Board

The board of Evangelical School of Theology is comprised of spiritually mature believers who are committed to the doctrinal statement and mission of EST. The board gives oversight to the school by approving the annual budget, approving any significant changes in the mission or program direction of the school and is responsible to give oversight to the Rector.

In addition to the oversight roles, the board is also responsible to help raise funds to support the school and to be involved in promoting the school. The board members pay their own expenses to travel to board meetings and each devotes considerable time to the school. Finally, each board member is committed to praying for the school, the students, the staff and faculty.

Mike Robinson – Chairman. Mike is a respected business consultant and a Certified Public Accountant. He is a founding board member of BST – now EST – and was its first treasurer. He is currently a Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Garry Rhoden – Garry is an attorney in Orlando, Florida and in the process of changing his church membership from First Evangelical Church in Memphis to a church in Orlando.

Art Ross – Treasurer. Art is the former pastor of White Memorial Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, NC and currently a member of WMPC.

Marsha Rydberg – Marsha is an attorney in Tampa, Florida and a member of Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church in Tampa.

Don Sherman – Don is the Director of Market Research for Smith & Nephew, Inc., a global medical device firm. Don is also Chairman of the Mission Board of First Evangelical Church in Memphis, Tennessee.

Bill Wardle – Bill first visited Poland in 1999. He is a businessman and a member of Altadena Valley Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama.

 

 

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