PHIL BARR (send email)
B.S. Leeds University, England; M.A. Leeds University; M.A. Cambridge University; M.Div. Eastern Mennonite Seminary; D.Min. Fuller Theological Seminary; continuing studies: School of World Mission, Fuller Theological Seminary; teacher and relief worker, southern Sudan, 1975—1978; missionary, Guatemala, 1980–1990; pastor, Allensville Mennonite Church, 1991–2002; interim academic dean, Rosedale Bible College, 2004–2005; faculty, Rosedale Bible College, 2005–2013.

B.A. State University of New York; M.Div. Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary; Center for Community Justice, 2013-2015; development associate, Mennonite Mission Network, 2015-2017.

  DION GINGERICH (send email)
Certificate, Rosedale Bible College; M.A. Providence Theological Seminary; graduate teaching assistant, Providence Theological Seminary; missionary, Canada, Living Hope Native Ministries, 2008-2017; Pastor, Sudbury First Nations Church 2013-2017; Director, Akwachink Leadership School, 2010-2016; Psychotherapist 2018-

  RICK GRIEST (send email)
B.S., M.B.A. Organizational Leadership Franklin University (2003); Worldwide Association of Business Coaches (WABC), Certified Registered Corporate Coach (2004); Honda of America Mfg. (HAM), 1990-2019; HAM Organizational Development (2007-2019); director, RBC School of Business & Leadership, 2020.

  JEREMY MILLER (send email)
B.A. and B.S. Sterling College; M.A. Malone University; pastor, Mennonite Christian Assembly, 2006—2018; president, Rosedale Bible College, 2018—.

  KENNETH MILLER (send email)
B.M.E. Ohio State University; M.S. Ohio State University; faculty, Shekinah Christian School, 1983–1986; teaching assistant, Ohio State University, 1986–1988; conductor of select vocal ensembles; worship leader, Shiloh Mennonite Church, 1982—.

  RICH PEACHEY (send email)
B.A. Messiah College; M.S. Kutztown University of PA; Software Applications Engineer, Agere Systems Inc, 2001-2007; Senior Staff Engineer, LSI Corp, 2007-2014; Pre-Silicon Validation Engineer, Intel Corporation, 2014—.

  ANTHONY RIVERS (send email)
B.A. West Virginia Wesleyan College; M.S. The University of Dayton; Psy.D. Wright State University; Case Manager/Service Coordinator, Franklin County Board of Mental Retardation and Dev. Disabilities, 1997-2002; clinical psychologist, private practice, 2007—; Director, Customized Behavioral Healthcare, 2012—;associate pastor, Agape Christian Fellowship of Hilliard, 2011—.

  REUBEN SAIRS (send email)
B.S. Pennsylvania State University; M.A. University of Mobile; MLIS, Kent State University; pastor, Mobile Mennonite Church, 1989–1998; church planter, 1999–2002; teaching pastor, London Christian Fellowship, 2007—.

  VICKI SAIRS (send email)
B.A.’s Pennsylvania State University; M.A. Pennsylvania State University; graduate teaching assistant, Pennsylvania State University; weekly columnist, Mobile Register, 1998–2002; director, Madison County Pregnancy Care Center, 2003–2005.

  HANS SHENK (send email)
A.A. Rosedale Bible College; B.A. Ohio State University; staff writer, Rosedale Mennonite Missions, 2015; faculty, RBC, 2018—

  CONRAD SHOWALTER (send email)
B.A. Ohio State University; M.S. Indiana University; teacher/administrator, Clinton Christian School, 1978– 2002; pastor, Siloam Fellowship, 1998–2011; licensed marriage and family therapist.

B.A. Ohio State University; M.A. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; doctoral studies, Ohio State University; missionary, Ecuador, 1984–1987; academic dean, RBC, 1996–2008; associate pastor, Shiloh Mennonite Church, 1997–2008; interim academic dean, RBC, 2012; interim president, RBC, 2013–2014; president, RBC, 2014—2018.

  LYNETTE SHOWALTER (send email)
B.A. Goshen College; M.S.W. Andrews University; licensed clinical social worker; home study specialist at Oaklawn Community Mental Health; private practice counselor.

  MATTHEW SHOWALTER (send email)
Diploma, Rosedale Bible College; B.A. Eastern Mennonite University; M.A Asbury Theological Seminary; missionary/church planter, Middle East, Rosedale Mennonite Missions, 2000–2004; youth pastor, Bethel Mennonite Church, 2004–2010; high school Bible teacher, Sarasota Christian School, 2006–2011; dean of students, RBC, 2012—.

  DAVY SLABAUGH (send email)
B.S. Ohio State University; missionary, Middle East, Eastern Mennonite Missions, 1995–1997; SEND department director, Rosedale Mennonite Missions 1997–2006; associate pastor, Agape Community Fellowship, 2011—.

  PHYLLIS SWARTZ (send email)
B.A. Antioch College; M.A. Ohio State University; Certification in Gifted Education, Ashland University; teacher for 30 years, gifted and talented and English at London City Schools; adult education at Madison Correctional Institution; Choral Camp coordinator, 1999–2007; curriculum development projects, Conservative Mennonite Conference.

  PHILIP WEBER (send email)
Diploma, Rosedale Bible College; B.A. Cedarville University; graduate studies, Asbury Theological Seminary; M.A. University of Mobile; administrative assistant/director of personnel services, Rosedale Mennonite Missions, 1982–1985; church planting associate, 1985–1987; president, We Care Program, 1987–2001; academic dean, Rosedale Bible College, 2008—.

  CHRISTA WOLF (send email)
Certificate, Rosedale Bible College; B.A. Ohio State University; M.A. in Theatre Arts, University of Akron; Rosedale Mennonite Missions associate, church planting, 1996–1998; director of youth and children’s ministries, Mechanicsburg Christian Fellowship, 1999–2002; director of children’s ministry, MCF, 1999–2008; director of drama ministry, MCF, 2004—; private acting instructor, theatre consultant, independent director, playwright 2003—.

  BRIAN YODER (send email)
B.S. 7-12 Business Education, Urbana University; M.A. Classroom Education, Urbana University; Business/Computer Teacher, Urbana High School, 1996-2003; 7-12 Computer/Business Teacher, Riverside MS/HS, 2003-2008; 6-12 Computer/Business Teacher, West Liberty-Salem MS/HS, 2008-.

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