Mike Cahill, M. Div
Assistant Professor of Youth Ministry
A graduate of NC (2001), Mike joined the faculty team in 2011 to focus on helping the emerging generation of youth leaders clearly communicate the gospel message to today’s postmodern culture. He previously spent 13 years in ministry, both as a youth minister and as a senior pastor. He has also completed 6 marathons so far.
402-935-9403 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow his blog! http://thelivingicon.blogspot.com
David Haynes, M. Min.
Associate Professor of Preaching
With over forty years of experience as a pastor and church planter, Professor Haynes brings wisdom and compassion into his ministry at NCC. Mr. Haynes joined the faculty in 2004. A graduate of Ozark Christian College and Creighton University, he is active in teaching, mentoring, and counseling students to love Jesus passionately and love others compassionately.
402-935-9424 or email@example.com
Mark Huddleston, D. Min.
Professor of Greek, World Missions & Registrar
Following several years’ service as a missionary with Pioneer Bible Translators, Dr. Huddleston has served NCC as a professor of missions and languages since 1997. With an educational background that includes studies in math (Milligan College), systematic theology (Emory University), linguistics (University of Texas), and a Doctorate of Ministry (Emmanuel School of Religion), Dr. Huddleston has a variety of disciplines that he brings to bear in thinking creatively about missions and church growth.
402-935-9404 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelvin Jones, PhD.
Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies
Dr. Jones is dedicated to shaping students who understand and live out a Biblical world-view. A dedicated student of Scripture, Dr. Jones has earned degrees from Boise Bible College, Cincinnati Bible Seminary, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Married and the father of seven children, Dr. Jones loves outdoor activities and an intense game of paintball.
402-935-9423 or email@example.com
Mark Krause, Ph.D.
Academic Dean, Professor of Bible & Ministry
Dr. Krause comes to NCC with a background in both the academic world and church ministry. He is a long-term writer for Standard Publishing and for the Christian Standard. He is the co-author of a commentary of the Gospel of John and a consulting editor for the Stone-Campbell Journal. He plays the violin and enjoys classical music.
402-935-9420 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow his blog! http://krausekorner.wordpress.com/
Bob Milliken, Ph.D.
Professor of Christian Thought & Humanities
Dr. Milliken is a graduate of NCC and of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, at which he taught for 19 years. He is an avid mountain climber, completing over 130 ascents. An advocate of influencing culture through the arts, Dr. Bob is the editor of Doxa, an undergraduate Christian literary journal, and coordinates the annual NCC film festival. An accomplished author himself, his most recent book, titled “The Love I Choose to Remember,” is for families in the process of healing from divorce. He is also the pastor of Sidney Church of Christ, in Sidney, IA, and loves to work with international students.
402-935-9401 or email@example.com
Associate Professor of Worship Arts
Mr. Noland served as the Music Director at Willow Creek Community Church in Barrington, IL. While at Willow Creek, Rory Noland founded the Willow Creek Arts Center and started the Willow Creek Arts Conference. He currently serves as Director of Heart of the Artist Ministries.
Noland has authored four books published by Zondervan, including the instant-classic The Heart of the Artist: A Character-Building Guide For You and Your Ministry Team. He also writes a monthly column for Worship Leader magazine.
Stefanie Rowe, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Family Ministry & Counseling
Mrs. Rowe is an NCC alumna, and achieved her master’s in Community Counseling at UNO. She is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner, and has invested over 10 years in the family service field. She has her own private counseling practice, to which she is returning following the recent birth of her second son. Her passion is teaching and speaking to young adults, and she loves the Nebraska Huskers!
402-935-9402 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric Smith, M.A.
Instructor of Old Testament Studies
Mr. Smith loves teaching, studying, and challenging people to rethink the value of the Old Testament. He is also passionate about the church and leading the church to influence culture. His undergraduate degree is in music composition, and he is currently working on his Ph.D. at Trinity College-Bristol.
402-93-9421 or email@example.com
Instructor of Worship Arts
Mr. Stackhouse brings over twenty years of experience as a professional musician, composer, and audio/visual technician to the classroom. He has earned degrees from the Community College of the Air Force, and University of Nebraska at Omaha. He also serves as part of the worship ministry team at Calvary Christian Church in Bellevue, NE.
402-935-9450 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Stevens, M.A.C.
Dean of Women, Adjunct Professor of Psychology & Counseling
Mrs. Stevens is a distinguished graduate of NCC with a strong desire to help women as they prepare for ministry and life. A graduate of Lincoln Christian Seminary, she has experience in church and missions work, as well as counseling. She loves discipling college-age women and helping them in their spiritual challenges and struggles. She also helps with the women’s volleyball team. She is recently married and also enjoys cooking, reading, and the outdoors.
402.935.9418 or email@example.com
Bill Thornton, M.Min.
Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries
Mr. Thornton is a native of Garnett, KS, and a graduate
of Manhattan Christian College (B.A. Bible Ministries) and Creighton University (MMin Pastoral Counseling). Thornton served on the pastoral staff of Capitol City Christian Church in Lincoln, NE, for 30 years (17years as senior minister). He and his wife Marcia are actively involved in Jacob’s Well, a community development non-profit ministry that serves the needs of people living in the urban core of Lincoln, NE.
402-935-9409 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor of Worship Arts
Mrs. Wetjen has been working at NCC since 2008. An alumna of NCC, her degree is in Music Education, and she has begun her master’s in the same concentration at UNO. She loves to sing, teach, administer voice lessons, and work with the choir. In her spare time, she can be found reading, gardening, and camping in the great outdoors.
402-935-9410 or email@example.com
Andrew Wood, D.Min.
Associate Professor of World Missions
Dr. Wood is a Virginia native and a graduate of the University of Virginia (BA - Russian Studies, MA - Foreign Affairs), Cincinnati Christian University (MDiv), and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (D.Min. – Missions and Evangelism). He and his wife Laura met while serving as full-time missionaries in the Ukraine. After leaving Ukraine, Dr. Wood directed the missions department of Cincinnati Christian University for 12 years. Under his leadership the department developed a new Center for Global and Urban Outreach and developed a study abroad program in partnership with a Bible college in India.