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Herbert W. Bateman IV
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Herbert W. Bateman IV

Herb, founder of the Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies, has earned his BS in Biblical Studies from Cairn University (1982); his Th.M. (1987) and Ph.D. (1993) in New Testament Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary, and completed postdoctoral study at the University of Notre Dame. 

He has been teaching Bible courses in academic institutions since 1986 and within the local church and on the mission field since 1978. 

He has spoken at various conferences and written for the church and the academy. Some of his publications include: Authentic Worship (Kregel, 2001), Four Views on the Warning Passages in Hebrews (Kregel, 2006), Interpreting the Psalms forPreaching and Teaching (Chalice, 2010), Jesus the Messiah (Kregel, 2012), Interpreting the General Letters (Kregel, 2013), and a Commentary on Jude for the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series (Lexum, 2015).

 

R. W. Lee Compson

Lee, Senior Pastor at Milford First Brethren Church in Northern Indiana has earned his BS from Grace College (2003) and M.Div. degree from Grace Theological Seminary (2007).

He has been involved in vocational ministry since 2002 when he began as an intern at Pleasant View Bible Church focusing on college and young adult ministry. In January 2013, God led Lee and his wife Stephanie to Milford First Brethren where they enjoy serving and leading.

Lee was a contributing author to Glimpses of Christ: Sermons from the Gospels (Kainos Books, 2013), has written several articles for The Voice magazine, and serves as an instructor at Grace College. He has been on the LKBC board since 2015.


Michael Hontz

Mike, Senior Pastor at Pleasant View Bible Churchin Northern Indiana has earned his BA from Appalachian Bible College (2001) and his MDiv from Grace Theological Seminary (2007).

He began as a Youth Pastor in Pennsylvania. After moving to Indiana, he began ministering at Pleasant View Bible Church as a pastoral intern in the areas of youth and music. After graduating from Grace Seminary, Mike became Pleasant View's Youth Pastor and eventually transitioned to become the Associate Pastor in 2009 and the Senior Pastor in 2011.

Mike currently serves as an instructor at Grace College. He has been on the LKBC board since 2016.

Aaron C. Peer

Aaron, Senior Pastor at Charter Oak Church in Churubusco in Northern Indiana has earned his BA from Grace College (2000) and MDiv degree from Grace Theological Seminary (2003).

He has taught Bible in academic and church settings since 1995 and pastored for twelve years.

He has taught four classes at Grace Schools, including Greek 1 and 2, Scripture and Interpretation, and Understanding the New Testament. He has also authored three published works, 33 Days in the Gospel of Mark: A Family Devotional Guide, Translating 2 and 3 John Clause by Clause (Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies, 2015), and a workbook that is digitially appended to Herbert Bateman’s Intermediate Greek Grammar (Kregel, 2006), and is currently working on three other projects to be published in the next three years, including co-authoring a commentary on 2 Peter and Jude as part of the exciting new Kerux series (Kregel). He has been on the LKBC board since 2014.

 

Timothy D. Sprankle

Tim, Senior Pastor at Leesburg Grace Brethren Church in Northern Indiana has earned his BA from Grace College (2001) and MDiv degree from Grace Theological Seminary (2004). 

He has taught Bible in academic and church settings since 1995 and pastored for nine years.

Tim is married with three children. He has spoken at conferences; written, organized, and directed a play for as well as read papers at Meetings of the Regional Midwest Evangelical Theological Society, which have been published in Authentic Worship (Kregel 2001), Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies eJournal (2014), and co-authored God’s Big Picture: An Overview of God’s Developing Story (Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies, 2015). He regularly posts on his SprankledAnkle blog about local church ministry, leadership, theology, family, and adoption. He has been on the LKBC board since 2014.

 

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Interpreting the Psalms for Teaching and Preaching

Four Views on the Warning Passages in HebrewsCharts on the Book of Hebrews

Commentary on Jude

Jesus the Messiah