Dan HuberCampus Pastor
B.A. Cedarville University (Ohio)
Th.M Dallas Theological Seminary (Texas)
- Sr. High Youth Pastor – Redeemer Bible Church – Ft. Worth, Texas 1997-2007
- Resident Director – Grace College – Winona Lake, Ind. – 2007-2010
- Taught Old Testament theology at Lanka Bible College in Sri Lanka, India in 2005
- He has spoken at various conferences, Christian camps and churches nationwide
- He is currently working toward his doctoral dissertation through Dallas Theological Seminary. The dissertation is focused on Old Testament narrative, specifically when narrative isn’t presented chronologically.
He has been married to Denise Huber since 1998 and has two children, Abby, 8 and Brayden, 6.
He is an avid cyclist and rides his bike to Corban University almost daily regardless of Oregon’s often inclement weather.
“A Confession” by Leo Tolstoy
“It deals with issues such as the meaning of life and religion and how religion fits into that. He does it from the backdrop of a Russia that is very divided in wealth and religion. He’s wrestling with his own faith in response to some of this. It’s a wonderful, philosophical debate with himself about the meaning of life, religion and where it all fits.”