Huber named Campus Pastor
Corban has announced the hire of Dan Huber as its new Campus Pastor, effective July 1, 2010. Reverend Huber replaces Pastor Kent Kersey, who has transitioned from Campus Pastor to a full-time faculty role at the University.
Huber has most recently served three years as a residence director and adjunct instructor at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. Prior to that, he was in youth ministry for 10 years. He has a Master of Theology in Academic Ministries from Dallas Theological Seminary, which he received in 2001. He is currently writing his doctoral dissertation, also through Dallas Seminary, for a Ph.D. in Old Testament Studies.
Nancy Hedberg, vice president for student life, said, “Reverend Huber has experience in pastoral, academic, and student life ministries and is passionate about enabling students to discover God for themselves.”
Huber, along with his wife and two children, is excited to “hit the ground running in this position in July.” He looks forward to launching spiritual development and mentoring programs, as well as developing leaders. Huber added, “This position — having a foot in the classroom, speaking in chapel, and overseeing the chapel program — it feels like a dream job. It rounds out, potentially, where God has been leading me these last years.”