Dr. Cha will join the Calvary University Faculty as an Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew.
“I am excited to be joining an institution with such a rich legacy of faithfulness to the Bible.”
The Calvary University Faculty welcomes Dr. Michael Cha as an Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew beginning July 1, 2021. Dr. Cha graduated from the United States Military Academy with a B.S. in Economics. He served as an officer in the United States Army with an assignment in South Korea and a deployment to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Dr. Cha completed an M.Div. and Th.M. at The Master’s Seminary and a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Baptist Bible Seminary at Clarks Summit, PA.
His previous teaching experience includes adjuncting at The Master’s University, Washington Bible College, and Western Seminary, and teaching at the Word of Life campus in South Korea. Dr. Cha pastored Providence Bible Fellowship in Reston, VA, Grace Bible Church in Eugene, OR, and served as a youth pastor at St Paul’s Korean Methodist Church in Los Angeles, CA.
Dr. Cha is looking forward to teaching here and expressed, “It is an incredible honor for me to be entrusted with the opportunity to teach at Calvary. Many of the Bible teachers who have most shaped my understanding of Scripture have connections to Calvary, and I am excited to be joining an institution with such a rich legacy of faithfulness to the Bible.”
“To our alumni,” Dr. Cha began, “I would ask that you pray for me as I seek to lovingly serve your precious alma mater.” Addressing the current faculty, he continued, saying, “I look forward to learning from you all and serving our Lord together alongside each of you.” Lastly, to the students Dr. Cha says, “I will give my all to be careful, accurate, and thorough as we study the Word of God together.”
He and his wife, Youngeun, will make their home in Kansas City. His office will be in Madison Hall.