Dr. MArk Bailey
Dr. Mark Bailey serves as president and senior professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Bailey received his Bachelor of Arts from Southwestern College in Phoenix, Arizona in 1972; his Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon in 1975 and 1977, respectively; and his Doctor of Philosophy in Bible Exposition from Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas in 1997. In December 2006 he was awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree from Dallas Baptist University.
For over 35 years, his career passions have been theological education and pastoral ministry. In addition to his 31 years at Dallas Seminary, he has pastored various churches in Arizona and Texas and authored such texts as To Follow Him: The Seven Marks of a Disciple and Nelson’s New Testament Survey. He has also led numerous tours to Israel and the Middle East. His board service includes Insight for Living, Jews for Jesus, Bible Study Fellowship, and Walk Thru the Bible Ministries. Dr. Bailey’s passion for leadership is best displayed in his home. He and his wife, Barby, have been married for over 40 years. They have two sons and five grandchildren.
Raju Kunjummen is professor and chair of the Bible and Theology department at Emmaus Bible College. Raju has almost two decades of experience teaching the Bible at the undergraduate and graduate level. Before serving at Emmaus,he served as Associate Professor of Biblical Languages and Old Testament at Moody Theological Seminary in Michigan. Raju is active in ministry among the assemblies and has served as elder in several locations. His academic background includes graduate studies in Biochemistry (University of Minnesota), Master of Theology in Old Testament (Grace Theological Seminary) and doctoral work in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (UCLA). God has blessed Raju and his wife Susan with four children, all now adults at various stages of post-graduate or undergraduate studies.
Dr. Mark Stevenson
Mark Stevenson is professor of Bible and Theology at Emmaus Bible College. He holds degrees from Emmaus, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and earned his PhD in Historical Theology from the University of Wales, writing on nineteenth-century Brethren soteriology. In addition to teaching, Mark has a passion for expository preaching and may be found most Sundays preaching the Word. Mark and his wife Tonya have four children and are in fellowship at Arbor Oaks Bible Chapel in Dubuque.
After his Emmaus education, Alex received his undergraduate degree from Colorado Christian University and went on to earn his Master in Divinity degree from Denver Seminary. For the past 36 years he has served as an elder at Littleton Bible Chapel. A gifted Bible teacher and popular speaker, Alex has helped thousands of churches worldwide through his expository writing ministry. Alex resides with his wife, Marilyn, in Littleton, Colorado, and has four married daughters and eight grandchildren.