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Scott Beckenhauer

Vice President of Student Development

Scott is a graduate of Nebraska Christian College with a degree in Pastoral Ministry. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in Practical Ministry. Scott pastors Calvary Christian Church, a multi-site, church-planting church with locations in Bellevue, NE and Papillion, NE. He is married to fellow NC Alumna, Michaelene, and they have three children together.

Theo Hudalla

Director of Student Development & Internships

Theo is a graduate of Nebraska Christian College with a degree in Pastoral Ministry. During his time at NC he served in the student government, as a resident’s assistant in the dorms, and led discipleship groups. Theo gained ministry experience through his internship at Calvary Christian Church in Bellevue, serving in prison ministry, on the mission field in Asia, and preaching in Tilden, NE as a weekend minister. After graduating, Theo and his wife Chelsea moved to Missouri Valley, IA, where he served as the Youth Minister. During this time, God used their ministry to disciple teens and raise up several students who desired to serve God in full time ministry. This characteristic of their ministry helped NC identify Theo as the person to direct the college's Mentoring and Internship Programs. Theo is currently pursuing his Masters in Christian Ministry with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership. Theo and Chelsea attend OneLife Church in Plattsmouth, NE where Chelsea is the Creative Arts Team Leader.

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Christy Denne

Director of Student Services, Women's Coordinator

Christy graduated from Nebraska Christian College with degrees in Family Life and World Missions. During her time at NC, she developed a passion for missions and leadership serving on the Global Gospel Team as well as student government. She continued on with her education at Grace University graduating with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Seeing the need for mental health professionals on the mission field, she headed to Tegucigalpa, Honduras for six months to provide counseling, teaching, and training for the Hondurans and missionaries. During her time in Honduras, she once again realized the importance of sending out healthy church leaders. She is back in the States to continue to work on her counseling licensure. Christy is excited to be a part of the student services team because she wants to help ensure the students of NC walk in the freedom of Christ. When she is not working, she is attempting a pinterest craft masterpiece, playing with her dog, Samson, or volunteering at Glad Tidings Church.

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