William “Bill” Stebbins Jr.
Office: Madison Hall – Administration Building; Room 224
Title: Chief Development Officer; Adjunct Faculty, Bible & Theology
Started at Calvary: February 2019
Professional Information: B.A. (General Studies), Kent State University, 1993; M.M.A.S. (Operational Planning/Military Science), U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 2007; M.A. (Bible & Theology), Calvary University, 2018; Ph.D. in progress (Bible & Theology), Calvary University.
Favorite aspect of teaching at Calvary: The blessing of being able to immerse myself in biblical and theological topics within the construct of an innovative and growing, biblically-faithful and biblically-anchored and uncompromising institution.
Favorite class to teach: Any Bible and Theology classes!
Professional Organization(s): Grant Professionals Association; Veterans of Foreign Wars
Originally from: Atwater, Ohio.
How did past ministry/professional experience lead to your position at Calvary:
My military tactical/ operational planning and leadership experience coupled with earning my MABT at Calvary, being accepted into the PhD program, my involvement in prison and refugee ministry, and experience as an elder at a local church, in my assessment, enabled me to be able to offer an adaptable skill set for service with Calvary University.
Ministry/Professional involvement outside of Calvary: I shared the Gospel and taught Bible classes to thousands of military men and women in my 23 years of active duty Army service; involved in prison ministry for two years; served as an elder and chairman of elder board at a local church; adopted an Iraqi immigrant family through a local refugee nonprofit organization in KC.