The mission of BiblicalTraining is to help leaders in the local church become effective ministers of the Gospel by providing them with world-class, Christ-centered educational resources that will allow learning to take place in community. In other words, our goal is to help make fully-formed followers of Christ. Here are some of the individuals that help to fulfill this mission.
Robbie Brown retired in 2006 after 40 years with Brown-Forman Corporation spending much of his career in IT and logistics. He is now a private investor in the medical device industry and in property development in Costa Rica. He is a Foundation Associate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He was involved in prison ministry for about 20 years and was also heavily involved with Young Life of Louisville. He has a strong interest in bible study, theology (especially Soteriology) and church history (in particular the early church years and the Reformation years). He spends much time listening to and studying the lectures on BiblicalTraining.org. He is an Anglican evangelical, lives in Louisville, Kentucky and is married to Sarah Louise Brown.
Charles Campbell (Chair)
Charles is a licensed structural engineer engaged in the steel construction industry. He currently serves as President of Williams Steel Company and DSE Erectors Inc.; both located in Jackson Tennessee. In 2001, Charles became one of the founding elders of Fellowship Bible Church in Jackson where he and his wife, Debby, are active in discipleship ministries and mission work in Haiti. He began using online classes offered by Biblical Training in 2012 to develop a customized three year course of study for men and women in his church. Also involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, he has served on the board of the local chapter and as Board Chairman for the State of Tennessee.
After 28 years in various leadership roles at a number of well-known companies in the high technology industry, Tim retired in 2012 to pursue graduate theological education at Westminster Theological Seminary California. In his last role prior to retiring, Tim spent 8 years at Google, retiring as Senior Director of Engineering. During his time at Google, he was responsible for leading engineering teams of several hundred people to deliver a number of Google products. Prior to Google, Tim spent 9 years as a consultant in the high tech industry, spending time at companies such as eBay, Sun Microsystems, and Intel. Prior to his time as a consultant, Tim spent 10 years as an engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory working on a range of scientific research projects. Tim holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Azusa Pacific University, and studied mathematical physics in graduate school at Cal Poly Pomona.
Forrest Henson (Treasurer)
Mr. Henson is a leader in the import/export business for pvc chemicals. He has a deep love for the church, the downtrodden of Houston, and the Christians in India and Africa. His friend in the picture is a Musabi warrior turned preacher. And even though he left high school 50 years ago, he still holds the all-time Kentucky high school batting record at over 500.
Bill Mounce (President/CEO)
I am the President and founder of BiblicalTraining.org. BiblicalTraining started as a dream to share the highest quality education possible with the greatest number of people possible for the lowest price possible. Initially I was thinking in terms of elder training in the local, American church, but the dream quickly expanded to becoming a major training site for people around the world, especially for the poorest of the poor in the majority world. My personal information can be found at BillMounce.com.
Mike Richards (Vice-Chair)
Mike Richards currently serves as a Partner in Bethesda Capital, LLC, a diversified investment company. His cumulative business career includes serving as the chair of two Houston area banks, the founder of his financial services company, for twelve years was a partner/owner and radio talk show host in two Houston radio stations, and served in the Texas Legislature as a State Senator. Mike just completed twenty years of service on the board of Biblica, (formerly International Bible Society), and is still serves on the board of a variety of other Ministry and Foundation boards. Mike and his wife Cynthia, live in Sugar Land, Texas, where they enjoy their two children, eight grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Steve is the VP for Marketing and Communications, Corban University. He has over 20 years’ experience in extensive general management, marketing, innovation and strategy experience across a variety of geographies, categories (Christian Publishing, Automotive, Consumer Electronics, and Aerospace). His past accomplishments include working as Zondervan’s EVP Consumer Engagement / CMO, Calumet Photograhic’s Global CMO, and a variety of executive management positions at Nissan North America. During Steve’s tenure at Zondervan he played a significant role in transition of the NIV Bible from 1984 to 2011 version. He was also instrumental in the acquisition and business development of Biblegateway.com. Most recently Steve launched the online video stream service DoveChannel.com which features only content which has been approved by The Dove Foundation. Steve currently serves on the advisory board for Compass College of Cinematic Arts in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
I am the President at Asbury Theological Seminary. For the last 23 years I have also taught at the Luther W. New, Jr. Theological College (NTC) of Dehra Dun, India, as well as in China, Nigeria, Thailand, and Eastern Europe. My personal information can be found at www.TimothyTennent.com.
Byron Van Kley (Secretary)
Byron Van Kley is President of the Adair Homeownership Alliance of Companies. His experience is in business development and organizational leadership, which he has practiced for twenty years in several sectors ranging from professional services to non-profit to residential construction. While in his twenties, Mr. Van Kley founded a professional engineering firm that became a regional leader in natural resource surveying and mapping in the upper Great Lakes region. Upon selling the company, he entered the non-profit sector as a new church developer, founding River Rock Church in Vancouver, Washington. He then served as Vice President for Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas and Generous Giving of Chattanooga, Tennessee, managing the national collaboration between the two organizations and the Leadership Community program for large churches. In 2007, he became President of Adair Homes, Adair Financial Services and Inter-Pak Supply. Mr. Van Kley holds a B.S. degree from Michigan Technological University and a Masters degree from Calvin College and Seminary.