Paul D. Mooney
Bro. Paul Mooney, one of the truly great preachers of the Apostolic movement, is the president of Indiana Bible College and Pastor of the legendary Calvary Tabernacle, IBC’s supporting church. A sought after speaker throughout the U.S. and abroad, former Superintendent of both the UPCI Indiana and Michigan districts, as well as former member of the UPCI Foreign Missions Board, he has been a uniquely gifted visionary in establishing IBC as one of Pentecost’s finest educational institutions. He is a superb communicator in the classroom, an effective mentor of young preachers, and skilled in the art of motivation.
Robert L. Rodenbush
Robert L. Rodenbush graduated with a B.S. in Economics in 1990 from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and with a Juris Doctorate in 1993 from Washington University School of Law. Rob Rodenbush also holds an LLM in taxation and as part of his education studied International and Comparative Law in Paris, France and interned in Washington, D.C. with the Honorable J. Bennett Johnston, United States Senate.
Until 2004 Rob Rodenbush was a partner with the law firm of Lathrop & Gage L.C. where he focused his law practice on religious and tax-exempt organizations. Rob has served as legal counsel for the UPCI, the Missouri, Illinois and Indiana Districts of the UPCI as well as for ministers, churches and ministries. In addition, Rob serves on the Trustee Board of the UPCI Ministers Retirement Fund, Inc., on the Board of Regents of the UPCI Division of Education, and on the Board of Trustees of Compassion Services International.
He maintains his license to practice law in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana; and, though now involved in full-time ministry, he continues to provide legal counsel to churches and ministers. An ordained minister, Rob serves as the Associate Pastor at Calvary Tabernacle in Indianapolis, Indiana and as the Executive Vice-President of Indiana Bible College.
Rob grew up in Ghana, West Africa, where his parents were missionaries and served on the Associates in Missions program in Africa and Europe. Rob and his wife, Jaye, have been married since 1999 and have two children, Micki Evangeline and Robert Mooney.
Bobby Killmon was raised in an independent Apostolic church and received the Holy Ghost at seven years old. He was involved in church work at a very young age and traveled with his family, who ministered as evangelists. After sensing his call to preach, Bro. Killmon and his sister served as youth leader for two years in Brazil, Indiana, before attending Indiana Bible College, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Theology. He then went to Christian Theological Seminary where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Master of Divinity Degree. Bro. Killmon currently serves as one of the teachers in the Young Adult ministry at Calvary Tabernacle and teaches at Calvary Christian School. He is married to his wonderful wife, Amy, with one son, Joel.
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Robert K. Rodenbush
Robert K. Rodenbush, along with his wife Evangeline, pioneered a home missions church in Cutler, Illinois (1960 -1968), served 42 years as missionaries of the United Pentecostal Church International (1968 – 2010) and have traveled and preached in more than 140 nations. They were the first resident missionaries to Ghana, West Africa, where they spent 10 years pioneering the United Pentecostal Church in Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Togo and Benin. In 1978, they were asked to serve as Director of Overseas Ministries for the UPCI Foreign Missions Division. During the next 12 years they developed and launched the Associates In Missions program, coordinated and promoted Bible Colleges and literature development around the world and was a pioneer in Compassions Services International and China Outreach, making 14 trips to China. They served as Director of School of Missions for 12 years. In 1990 they became Regional Director of the 76 nations in Europe and the Middle East. Under their 20 years of leadership, 42 nations were opened in the region. Brother Rodenbush has served on the Global Missions Board for 34 years and on the UPCI General Board for 20 years. Brother Rodenbush was a history major at Southern Illinois University and holds a Bachelor of Sacred Theology degree from Florida Christian University.
David G. Brown
David Brown, graduate of Cascade Bible College in Portland, Oregon, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Fox College and is currently a candidate at Indiana University Graduate School. During his years of ministry, he served as an assistant pastor in the Oregon district and specialized in the study of business in local colleges in Portland.
William Turner and his wife, Elizabeth, served for 36 years as missionaries of the United Pentecostal Church International, first in South Korea, and then to Russia and the 15 nations of the former Soviet Union. They were the UPCI’s first fully appointed missionaries to Russia and were living in Moscow when communist rule collapsed in an aborted coup against the government of Boris Yeltsin in 1993. Their years in the former Soviet Union coincided with the tenure of Robert Rodenbush as Regional Director for Europe/Middle East. For much of that time under the leadership of Brother Robert K. Rodenbush, Brother Turner served as area coordinator for those 15 formerly communist nations. He is a graduate of Indiana University. He holds a B.A. in government and journalism. Brother Turner also attended Cascade Bible College in Portland, Oregon before full time home missions involvement in Oregon and missionary appointment to South Korea in 1978. Their son, Nathanael, is an IBC graduate and serves with his family as a UPCI missionary to Estonia. Their daughter, Rebecca, is an elementary school teacher in Columbus, Georgia and active in her local UPC church.
Timothy W. Massengale
Jim Sleeva is a graduate of Gateway College of Evangelism. He was a missionary pastor in Germany for 15 years. He has been a full time instructor/mentor for 21 years at Indiana Bible College. His influence reaches outside of classrooms and into the lives of IBC students.Through his involvement in street evangelism, jail ministry and youth ministry he has been able to train Apostolic leaders and involve students in reaching local communities with the Gospel of Christ.
Tim Pedigo has been involved in ministry of music, worship, and the Word for over 35 years. He began as a Music Minister in his local church while studying music education at the University of North Texas. The next dozen years were a mix of songwriting, recording, and traveling while doing concerts, as well as choir and vocal clinics. During this time Tim moved to Louisiana and became a part of the music team at the Pentecostals of Alexandria. While there, he helped form the Louisiana All-State Youth Choir.
In 1991, Tim married his wife, Adena, and their music ministries were joined together in the first of several recordings. By the end of that year, they moved to Indianapolis where he served as Administrative Assistant and Instructor at both Indiana Bible College and Calvary Christian High School. In 1995, he accepted his call to preach and has served Calvary Tabernacle as Assistant Pastor for the past 10 years.
Tim has also served as Indiana District Global Missions Director, the music coordinator for the North American Youth Congress, and the Pentecostal Music Association where he was in charge of the creation of the North American Talent Search.
Tim and Adena have two wonderful children, Maci and Georgeon, who have both answered their call to ministry and are presently enrolled at Indiana Bible College.
Christopher Henderson joined the team of Indiana Bible College after graduating from there in 2008. He serves on staff as the Chair of Communications and Media Minor and the Director of Promotions. He serves off staff as a husband and a father. He made the best decision of his life when he married Leah, and together they are raising Corbitt and Wyatt – the best things that ever happened to them.
In his spare time Bro. Henderson enjoys listening to his kid laugh, anything music or Bible related, cycling (both motor and manual), leading others in worship, and aiming the right weapons at the right targets, (i.e. gun to deer or two edged Sword to the heart of man).
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