#27 James Steen – VP of Enrollment Management

James Steen is the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Houston Baptist University. In his first year, he helped to more than double the annual freshman enrollment at HBU. Steen grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas and began his Christian walk at a young age. Having previously served as Assistant Vice President for Admission and …

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#26 Michael & Lauren McAfee – Museum of the Bible

This week’s guest host is Jeremiah Johnston, founder of the Christian Thinkers Society. Our guests were Michael and Lauren McAfee, the Director of Bible Engagement and Director of Community Engagement for the Museum of the Bible. The Museum of the Bible will open in November of this year and showcases one of the largest private …

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#25 Joshua Dunn – Director of Campus Recreation

For our Labor Day episode we have guest Joshua Dunn, Director of Campus Recreation here at HBU. In his purview is the Bradshaw Fitness Center, an 80,000 square foot facility that includes a 10,000 square foot fitness floor, Pilates Reformer studio, crossfit box, basketball court, swimming pool, an indoor track and many other amenities.  While …

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#23 Renae Schumann – Dean of the School of Nursing

Renae Schumann, PhD is a nurse and educator in her role at Houston Baptist University.  Her experience in growing programs for nursing in previous organizations lead to her being recommended for the position of Dean by a former boss. She talks about the future of the School of Nursing and its role in helping to …

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#22 Jeremy Burton – Director of Communications, Museum of the Bible

Jeremy Burton is the Director of Communications and Marketing at the Museum of the Bible. His work with the Museum of the Bible has helped the organization to garner millions of followers and surpass other major organizations without yet having a single visitor walk through their doors.  On the podcast he shares some of his …

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#21 Louis Markos – Professor of English

Dr. Louis Markos is a professor of English at Houston Baptist University. The enthusiasm, passion and energy that he brings to his lectures are just a few reasons why he is known as a student favorite. On this episode of Think about it, Dr. Markos discusses his love for C. S. Lewis and shows how …

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#20 Jay Strack – President, Student Leadership University

Dr. Jay Strack is a dynamic communicator and author of of several books.  As this week’s guest, he shared his story and testimony from how he came to Christ, to how he came to build Student Leadership University. At SLU, their mission is to develop and equip student leaders to think, dream and lead.  As …

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#19 John Fea, Professor of American History, Messiah College

John Fea, Professor of American History at Messiah College is our special guest this week on Think about it. As a professor of American history John Fea (Pronounced: Fee-Uh) has explored numerous topics about the religious aspects of the  founding of America. In his book, Was America Founded as a Christian Nation: A Historical Introduction …

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#18 Ben Blackwell, Assistant Professor of Theology

Ben Blackwell is Assistant Professor of Theology, Director of Graduate Programs for the School of Christian Thought and Program Coordinator, Undergraduate and Graduate Theology Programs here at Houston Baptist University. Dr. Blackwell speaks of his in-depth knowledge of Pauline soteriology and the reception history of the New Testament. Related Links: HBU.edu/contact/benjamin-blackwell // HBU.edu/school-of-christian-thought

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#17 Collin Garbarino, Associate Professor of History

Collin Garbarino, PhD is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of Graduate Programs in Humanities. Originally from Lousiana, his teaching focus includes classes on western civilization and ancient and medieval history. In this episode Dr. Garbarino shares details on his background and views on history and the lessons that it teaches. Related Links: …

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