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Paul Parks ('77/'94) and Barbara Cavaness-Parks ('75) were married on July 14, 2012. They plan to continue to serve as missionary educators with two overseas trips scheduled in which they will both be teaching concurrently at the same schools-Romania in September and the Philippines in October/November.
Stephen Duke ('75/'76) serves as associate professor of Bible and Theology at Bridges Christian College in Winston-Salem, NC as well as associate professor of Bible, Theology, and Practical Theology at Laurel (formerly John Wesley University) University in High Point, NC. He has taught at sixteen academic institutions, ten of which were accredited over the years. Currently he is working on publishing a trilogy entitled, "The Spirit-Driven Church" reflected in an exegetical study of Luke, Acts, and I Corinthians.
Robby Jernigan ('81) led training exercises for emergency services chaplains in Mississippi where 31 chaplains from several states learned how to counsel family members during an emergency. Robby leads a ministry to recruit, train, and help place Christian chaplains in emergency services departments all over the world. To view local news coverage, click here.
Mark Boucher ('84/'09) pastors in Philadelphia, PA.
Chet Egert ('84), AG chaplain with the XVIII Airborne Corp, spoke at the AG National Office chapel. To watch the services, click here.
Owen Wilkie ('85) retired from AG Headquarters after serving six years as the AGWM U.S. Relations web editor.
Denis and Marietta Vinyard ('88) serve as directors of New Freedom, Inc., an outpatient A/D clinic. They are a state licensed agency with a Christian staff and biblical worldview.
Jeff Hartensveld ('89) has been named director of AG World Missions Mobilization, formerly U.S. Relations, Springfield, MO. Jeff served as a church planting missionary to Indonesia prior to this appointment.
Jonathan Gannon ('01) serves as director of Global Outreach with Jewish Voice Ministries in Arizona.
Roger Thomassen ('02) passed away on Saturday, August 11, 2012. Along with a deep love for his family, Roger's two passions in life were music and missions. He loved to serve people. Serving churches in Michigan, Louisiana, Minnesota and Missouri, he fulfilled the roles of youth pastor, minister of music, Christian education director, evangelist, co-pastor, senior pastor, teacher and professor. He taught and preached in various foreign countries including Jamaica, Togo, Benin, Belgium, France and Portugal. For the past 16 years, he taught music at Central Bible College in Springfield, MO. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/rogerthomassen/journal
Ron Cannon ('08) serves as the vice-president of Institutional Compliance for Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) in Forest, VA.
Greg Aikens ('10) will be moving back to the Atlanta area and teaching at an elementary school in Smyrna, GA.
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