B.S., Philadelphia Biblical University, M.Div. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D. (Systematic Theology), Westminster Theological Seminary
B.A., Grand Rapids Baptist College (now Cornerstone University); B.S., Calvin College; M.A., Glassboro State College (now Rowan University); Ed.D., Liberty University
B.A. Roberts Wesleyan College; M.Ed, Ed.D University of Virginia
B.A., M.Ed., Columbia International University; Ph.D., University of South Carolina
B.S., Charleston Southern University; M.A., Ed.S., Ph.D. University of South Carolina
B.A., Columbia Bible College (now Columbia International University); M.A., Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions (now Columbia International University); Ed.D., George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University
|Lady in Waiting: Developing Your Love Relationships||Debby Jones||
Co-authored by Debby Jones and Jackie Kendall, "Lady in Waiting" leads women to develop a proper relationship with Christ, the lover of their heart, and allow Him to direct the rest of their love relationships. Debby is the wife of Dr. Bill Jones.
Debby Jones challenges women through solid Bible teaching to grow deeper in their walk with Christ. Whether addressing large audiences or small discipleship groups, her style remains personal and practical. Debby has a masters degree in Educational Ministries and co-authored the best-selling book Lady in Waiting, highlighting 10 qualities of a godly woman. The book has been published in 10 languages.
B.A., Southeastern Bible College; M.Ed., Southern University, A&M; Ed.D., University of Tennessee
Vicki L. Wolfe served from 1999 to 2006 as the Department Chair of Education at Southeastern Bible College, while teaching courses in teacher education. In January 2006, she accepted the position of Vice-President for Education/Provost of the college. While Vicki enjoys administration, she continues to be passionate about the teaching/learning process and teaches one or two courses each year. In her role as Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Wolfe, states "I have the privilege of working with colleagues who possess outstanding academic credentials, spiritual depth, and a genuine sense of caring for others."
Vicki and her husband, Derick, have three children ranging in ages from 5 to 19. They live in the rural community of Talladega Springs near Fayetteville, AL. One of the great pleasures in Vicki's life is to see her children grow in their knowledge of the world and its Creator.
Some of the books she recently read include: Listening to Your Life, Now and Then, The Eyes of the Heart, Leading with A Limp, A Place Called Sweet Apple, The Longing for Home, Speak What We Feel (Not What We Ought to Say), Tokens of Myself, The Shack, and Stirring the Head, Heart, and Soul. She likes listening to music and observing the changes in nature as each season approaches, and spending time with family, friends and students enjoying each others company and laughing together.
B.A., Southeastern Bible College; M.Ed., Southern University, A&M; Ed.D., University of TN; teacher of physically and mentally challenged, Hopetown Christian School, 1988; graduate research assistant/Dept. of Deaf Education, Southern University, 1988-89; elementary teacher of the hearing impaired, Rapides Parish School Board, 1990-93; adjunct instructor , Louisiana State University, 1992-93; graduate research assistant/Postsecondary Education Consortium, The University of TN/Knoxville, 1994-99; Co-Director/Federal Grant Project: Partners in Progress Gallaudet University:Washington, DC/The University of TN: Knoxville, 1997-99; Interim Academic Dean, Department Chair, Education, Associate Professor, Education, Equity Coordinator, Dean of Continuing Education, Chairperson: Educational Leadership Team, Vice-President for Education/Provost, Southeastern Bible College, 2001-present
B.A., Bob Jones University; M.Div., Grand Rapids Seminary; M.A., Grace Theological Seminary; Ed.D., University of Georgia
Teacher and middle school principal, Salem Academy, 1972-78; faculty and Education Department chair, Western Baptist College, 1978-82; southeast regional director, Association of Christian Schools International, 1982-86; vice-president, Association of Christian Schools International, 1989-1996; headmaster, Lexington Christian Academy, 1996-present; vice-president, Christian Academic Publications and Services, 1996-present.