Faculty

1) Rev. Dr. Nseimboh Johnson Nyiangoh, Provost

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B.Th., CBTS, 2003.
M.Div., Concentration in Pastoral Care and Counseling, Taylor Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, 2008.
D.Min., Sioux Falls Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 2013
Instructor in Pastoral Care and Counseling.  

2) Dr.Peter Yuh Kimeng, Academic dean

B. A., English Modern Letters, Minor: French, University of Yaoundé, 1985. Mai^trise: Linguistics, University of Yaoundé, 1986. Diplo^me de Professeurs des Lycées d’Enseignement Générale (DIPLEG), Ecole Normale Supe´rieure (University of Yaoundé), 1987. M.A., Translation Studies, Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, 1994. Ph.D., Translation Studies, Africa International University (AIU), 2010. Dissertation: “Shame and Honour in the Nehemiah Memoirs: A Hebrew and African Comparative Analysis.”   


3) Rev. Fanfon Clifford Yiwong, Dean of Student Affairs.
B.Sc., Geology, University of Dschang, Cameroon.
M.Div., ECWA Theological Seminary, Jos, Nigeria, 2007.
Instructor in Pastoral Care and Counseling   

4) Mr. Wepngong Henry Ndukong, Librarian
  Diploma in Library Science, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria, 2003.   Project: “The Provision and Use of Audiovisual Materials in the Educational Process: The Case Study of the University of Calabar and the School of Health Technology Calabar.”
  B.Th., CBTS, 2009.  Thesis: “The Provision and Use of Libraries in the Ministry of the Gospel: The Case Study of the CBC.”                                    

5) Nfor Tangko, Registrar
B.Th., CBTS, 2006.  Thesis: “Paul’s Teaching on Good Works and Future Salvation: An Exegesis of Romans 2:1-10 and Ephesians 2:1-10.”

6) Nji David Ndzi, Dean of Spiritual Life
    B.Th., CBTS, 2006.

7)  Rev. Dr.Webnda Joshua
B.Th., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria, 2002.
Th.M., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria, 2004.  Thesis: “The Supremacy of Christ in the Epistle of Paul to the Colossians.”
D.Min. candidate, Sioux Falls Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  Dissertation: “Faith Refining Culture: A Search for an Authentic Yamba Christian Lifestyle Applying a Pauline Emphasis of Gospel Presentation as Found in the Epistle of Paul to the Colossians.”
Instructor in Preaching, Greek, and New Testament

8) Rev. Dr. Gabriel Massa
B.Th., CBTS, 1992.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2003.
Ph.D., Missiology, Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 2009
Instructor in Missiology and Theology.

9) Rev. Yembe Zachee Nwendi
B.Th., CBTS, 1995.   
M.A., Religious Arts, B.E.G.S.T. (Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology), Bangui, Central African Republic, 2002.  Dissertation: “God’s Principles in Good Leadership: A Case Study of Cameroon Evolution into Nationhood.”
            Instructor in Bible, Apologetics, Christian Ethics, French, and Church History.  

10)Rev. Serim Patrick
B.Th,, CBTS, 1995.
M.A., Concentration in Biblical Studies, B.E.G.S.T. (Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology), Bangui, Central African Republic, 2002.
Ph.D. candidate, South African Theological Seminary, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Instructor in Psychology, Islam, Hermeneutics, and Church History,
                       
11) Rev. Timothy Moline
B.A., Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1995.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2007.
Instructor in New Testament and Pastoral Counseling.

 

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Part-Time Faculty

  1. Rev. Dr. Nditemeh Charlemagne

Master's Degree in Legal Philosophy, University of Yaoundé II Soa, 1998.
M.Div., Eastern (now Palmer) Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, 2002.
D.Min., Marriage and Family, Eastern (now Palmer) Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, 2005
Doctor of Theological Studies, Systematic Theology, Bethany Bible College and Seminary, Dothan, Alabama, 2005

2. Dr. Nancy Palmer

B.F.A., Photography, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri, 1976.
Certificate in Religious Studies, North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1984.  
M.A., Missiology, Nazarene Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri, 1986.  Thesis:  "Cross-Cultural Training and Orientation for Missionaries: With Special Reference to the North American Baptist Conference.”
Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1993.  Dissertation:  "The Impact of Maternal Education on Infant and Child Mortality and Morbidity in the Cameroon Grasslands."  

3- Matthew Lee

B.Sc. in Integrated Science and Technology, Concentration in Information Knowledge Management, James Madison University, 2006. Honor’s Thesis: “A Wireless Location-Based Information Service.”
B.A., Philosophy and Religion, Concentration in Philosophy, 2006.
DELF level B2 in French, Inlingua, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Certificate in Applied Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2013.

4-Richard Lee Boutwell

B.Sc., Medical Technology, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1990.
M.A. in Linguistics, University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), Arlington, Texas, 2000.  Thesis: "Functional Universals in Tense-Aspect-Modality Morphology in SOV Languages."
Serving as linguistics coordinator for Misaje Cluster in North West Region of Cameroon, 2004-present.

5-Katrina LaLoie Boutwell

                   B.Sc., Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, 1994.
Masters in Language Development, Concentration in Sociolinguistics, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas, Texas, 2000.
Serving as linguist for Misaje Cluster in North West Region of Cameroon, 2004-present.

6-Njeck Mathaus Mbah

B.A. Hons, Concentration in African languages and Linguistics, University of Yaounde 1, 2000.
Maîtrise  Degree/ Masters 1, Concentration in African Languages and Linguistics, University of Yaounde 1, 2004.  Maîtrise  Dissertation:  “A Phonology of Bangolan and a Proposed Orthography.”                                     
Full M.A. Dissertation in progress, Topic: Baba 1 Phonology and the Documentation of the Language.

7- Paul Kimbi

Cameroon College of Arts, Science and Technology, Bambili, Cameroon, 1988-1990.
B.A., Concentration in Philosophy, University of Yaounde I, Yaounde, Cameroon, 1993.
M.A., Translation Studies , Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, Kenya, 2005. Thesis: “Relativization in Kom.”
Ph.D., candidate, South African Theological Seminary, Johannesburg.
Publication: Bible Translation and Mother-tongue Theology: Making Disciples of all Nations, 2009.

8)   Rev. Dr. Nfor Philemon Bungansa
      B.A., University of Yaounde,
      M.Div., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria,
D.Min., Leadership, Sioux Falls Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota,.

 

 

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Visiting Faculty (in the past 3 years)

  1. Bryce Ashlin-Mayo
    B.Th. (Honors), Canadian Bible College (now Ambrose University College), 1998.
    M.Div., Taylor Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, 2008.  Awards: Valedictorian, Alfred Krinkle Leadership Award (2007), William Sturhahn Preaching Award (2008). 
    D.Min. candidate, George Fox Theological Seminary.  Thesis: "The Impact of Social Media on Preaching."

 2)-Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner

B.S., Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon.
M.Div., Th.M., Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, Portland, Oregon.
Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California.

3)  Gretchen Harro
B.A. in French and English, Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington, 1968.
Course work finished toward an M.A. in French University of Wisconsin, 1970.
Elementary Teaching Credential, University of Santa Clara, California, 1972.
SIL courses at University of Washington and then the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, 1980-82.
Linguist-exegete in Yemba Project (SIL), Western Region, Cameroon, 1983-2011.       
Translation Consultant in SIL Cameroon, 2010-present.    
Anthropology Department Coordinator, SIL, Cameroon, 2008-present.     
Completed course work for Masters in Applied Linguistics with a specialization in Bible Translation. Working on thesis.

4)   J. Andrew Cowan
B.A.D.M., Campbell University, 2003.  Award: Campbell University Presidential Scholarship.
M.A., Biblical and Pastoral Studies, The Bethlehem College and Seminary, 2005 (officially upgraded from Certificate to M.A. in 2012).
M.A., Biblical Exegesis, Wheaton College Graduate School, 2007. Award: Merrill C. Tenney Award in New Testament Studies.
M.A., Historical and Systematic Theology, Wheaton College Graduate School, 2007.
Th.M., New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2011. Thesis: "Justification, the Holy Spirit, and the Vocabulary of 'Life' in Paul's Letter to the Galatians."  Awards: Graduate Leadership Scholarship; Dean’s Scholarship.
Ph.D.  candidate in New Testament, University of St Andrews. Award: The Richard Bauckham Scholarship.

5)         Dieudonné Tamfu
B.Th., CBTS, 2005.
Diploma in Pastoral Studies, The Bethlehem College and Seminary, Minneapolis Minnesota, 2010.
M.A.T.S., Bethel Theological Seminary, St. Paul Minnesota, 2010
Ph.D. candidate, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.

6)      Dr. Stefano Piva
Bachelor of Religion, North American Baptist College, Edmonton, Alberta, 1996.
M.Div., Edmonton Baptist (now Taylor) Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, 2000.  Award: Sturhahn Preaching Award.
D.Min., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 2009
Currently the lead pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Richmond, British Columbia. 

7)      Dr. Sydney H. T. Page
B.Th., London College of Bible and Missions (now Tyndale University College), London, Ontario, 1967.  Award:  The Percy Harris Scholarship.
M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1970.  Awards:  The Thomas E. Welmers Memorial Prize in the Biblical Languages and Exegesis, Westminster Graduate Scholarship.
Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey, 1971.  Thesis: "Exorcism in the Synoptic Gospels." 
Ph.D., University of Manchester, Manchester, England, 1974.  Thesis:  "The Suffering of Christ in I Peter, with special attention to the background of the concepts employed." 

8)         Christine DeVisser
B.Sc., Applied Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, 1998.
SIL Course Set 1, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia, 2001.
Masters of Applied Linguistics and Exegesis, Trinity Western Seminary (ACTS Seminaries), Langley, British Columbia, 2003. 
Field experience in phonetics and other areas of linguistics, Bamukumbit, North West Region of Cameroon, 2005-present. 
Research Papers Written: “A Sketch of the Bamukumbit (Mankong) Noun Class System,”  “A Collection of Bamukumbit (Mankong) Narrative Texts,”  “The Mankong (Bamukumbit) Noun Phrase,” 2011.  “Tone of the Bamukumbit Noun,” forthcoming. 

9)         Nancy R. Haynes
B.A., English, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, 1971.
M.L.S., Simmons School of Library Science, Mass., 1972.
M.T.S., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Mass., 1978.
M.A., Linguistics, University of Texas-Arlington, Arlington, Texas, 1981.
Linguist-exegete in Yemba Project (SIL), Western Region, 1983-2011.            
Translation Consultant in SIL, Cameroon, 2010-present.
Translation Department Coordinator, SIL, Cameroon, 2011-present.     

10)       Dr. Willy Muller
B.Th., North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1951.
B.A, Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1956.
B.D., St. Stephens College, Edmonton, Alberta, 1971.
B.Ed.. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,  1972.
M.Ed.. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, 1975.
D.D.. North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1988.
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11)       Emmanuel Keyeh
B.A., Economics, University of Dschang, Cameroon, 2002.
Post Graduate Diploma in Literacy Programme Development, European Training Programme, Middlesex University, England, 2013.
Currently working on a dissertation for the M.A. in Literacy Programme Development, Centre for Linguistics, Translation and Literacy, Redcliffe College, University of Gloucestershire, England.  Expected completion: mid-2014.

12)       Dr. Joost J. J. Pikkert
B.Th., Prairie Bible College, Three Hills, Alberta, 1984.
M.A., Wheaton Graduate School, Wheaton, Illinois, 1987.
Ph.D., Education, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1990.
Graduate Linguistic Study, University of North Dakota, 1991.
Indonesian Language Study, Universitas Indonesia, 1992.

13)       Virginia Bradley
Diploma in Bible, Multnomah School of the Bible (now Multnomah University), 1964.
B.C.A., Dallas Baptist College (now University), Texas, 1981.  Included 30 hours credit for two 9-week concentrated courses in linguistics, 10 years experience with Wycliffe Bible Translators/SIL in Nigeria and Cameroon for analysis of an unwritten language and translation of New Testament portions.
M.A.B.S., Multnomah Biblical Seminary, 1987.  Thesis: “The Extent of Interpretation Required in Translation.”
Experience: Linguistic and exegetical advisor to three language projects for New Testament translation; teaching and leading numerous training courses in translation principles and translation workshops for numerous languages; translation consultant to 10 languages; SIL; Exegetical seminars in Kenya and Cameroon. 
Administration:  Assistant Director for Language Programs, SIL Cameroon 1999-2001; member, SIL Cameroon executive committee for 10 years; translation coordinator for 5 years; Coordinator for SIL Cameroon Scripture Use Department 2010-2013; instructor for Scripture Use Training, SIL iDelta programme, Kenya, 2012.

14)       Dan Schroth
M.Div. Taylor Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, 2005.  Award: Sonnenberg Leadership Scholarship.

15)       Bruce Cox
Graduate Diploma of Social Sciences, Applied Linguistics, South Pacific SIL, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2002.

16)       Nigel David Wheeler
B.A., Bible/Theology, Briercrest Bible College, Caronport, Saskatchewan, 1994.  Awards: Valedictorian; elected to membership in Delta Epsilon Chi (American Association of Bible Colleges honor society).
M.T.S, Historical Theology, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia, 1997.  Award:  The Governor General’s Gold Medal for Graduate Studies.
Ph.D., Theology (Church Polity), University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2009. Thesis: “Eminent Spirituality and Eminent Usefulness: Andrew Fuller's (1754-1815) Pastoral Theology in His Ordination Sermons.”

17)       Richard W. Cornish
B.A., Major in Greek, Minor in History, University of Nebraska, 1973.  
M.A., Major in Greek, Minor in History, University of Nebraska, 1978.
D.Min., Pastoral Studies, Denver Seminary, Denver, Colorado, 1992.

18)       Benard Talah
B.A. (Hons), English, University of Buea, Cameroon.
M.A., Education, Mother Tongue Education, English Language and Literature, Linguistics, University of Buea, Cameroon, 2002.

19)       Shafer Parker
B.A., Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City, Tennessee.
M. Div., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, Cordova, Tennessee, 1990.

20)       Dr. Joseph Mfonyam Ngwa
Ph.D., Linguistics, University of Yaounde, 1982.

21) Dr. George Schultz
Certificate, Moody Bible Institute, Akron, Ohio extension, 1983.
B.Sc., Business Administration, University of Akron, Ohio, 1985. 
M.A., Linguistics, University of Texas, Texas, 1994.
M.A., Biblical Exegesis and Linguistics, Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas, 1995.
Ph.D., Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, 2013.  Dissertation: "Factors in Cameroonian Christian Leadership for Bible Translation.”
Instructor in Translation and Leadership.

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Administration
Dr.Nseimboh Johnson Nyiangoh, Provost
B.Th., CBTS, 2003.
M.Div., Concentration in Pastoral Care and Counseling, Taylor Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, 2008.
D.Min., Sioux Falls Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 2013
Instructor in Pastoral Care and Counseling.  
  Dr. Peter Yuh, Academic Dean
Academic Dean
            B. A., English Modern Letters, Minor: French, University of Yaoundé, 1985.
Mai^trise: Linguistics, University of Yaoundé, 1986.
Diplo^me de Professeurs des Lycées d’Enseignement Générale (DIPLEG), Ecole Normale Supe´rieure (University of Yaoundé), 1987.
M.A., Translation Studies, Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, 1994.
Ph.D., Translation Studies, Africa International University (AIU), 2010.
 Dissertation: “Shame and Honour in the Nehemiah Memoirs: A Hebrew and African Comparative Analysis.”
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Rev. Fanfon Clifford Yiwong
Deputy Provost
B.Sc., Geology, University of Dschang, Cameroon.
M.Div., ECWA Theological Seminary, Jos, Nigeria, 2007.
Instructor in Pastoral Care and Counseling   
  Mr. Wepngong Henry Ndukong
Librarian
            Diploma in Library Science, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria, 2003.   Project: “The Provision and Use of Audiovisual Materials in the Educational Process: The Case Study of the University of Calabar and the School of Health Technology Calabar.”
            B.Th., CBTS, 2009.  Thesis: “The Provision and Use of Libraries in the Ministry of the Gospel: The Case Study of the CBC.”
  Nfor Tangko, Registrar
  B.Th., CBTS, 2006.  Thesis: “Paul’s Teaching on Good Works and Future Salvation: An Exegesis of Romans 2:1-10 and Ephesians 2:1-10.”
Nji David Ndzi
Dean of Spiritual Life
            B.Th., CBTS, 2006.
Rev. Dr. Webnda Joshua
B.Th., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria, 2002.
Th.M., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria, 2004.  Thesis: “The Supremacy of Christ in the Epistle of Paul to the Colossians.”
D.Min., Sioux Falls Seminary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 2015  Dissertation: “Faith Refining Culture: A Search for an Authentic Yamba Christian Lifestyle Applying a Pauline Emphasis of Gospel Presentation as Found in the Epistle of Paul to the Colossians.”
Instructor in Preaching, Greek, and New Testament
  Rev. Dr. Gabriel Massa
B.Th., CBTS, 1992.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2003.
Ph.D., Missiology, Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 2009
Instructor in Missiology and Theology.
Rev. Yembe Zachee Nwendi
B.Th., CBTS, 1995.   
            M.A., Religious Arts, B.E.G.S.T. (Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology), Bangui, Central African Republic, 2002.  Dissertation: “God’s Principles in Good Leadership: A Case Study of Cameroon Evolution into Nationhood.”
            Instructor in Bible, Apologetics, Christian Ethics, French, and Church History.  
Rev. Serim Patrick
B.Th,, CBTS, 1995.
M.A., Concentration in Biblical Studies, B.E.G.S.T. (Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology), Bangui, Central African Republic, 2002.
Ph.D. candidate, South African Theological Seminary, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Instructor in Psychology, Islam, Hermeneutics, and Church History,
  Rev. Timothy Moline
B.A., Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1995.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2007.
Instructor in New Testament and Pastoral Counseling.

 
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