Trent Rogers, PhD
Dr. Trent Rogers is an Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek at Cedarville University. He is passionate about teaching the Bible and leading students to love and serve God, who has revealed Himself in the Bible. He has published in the areas of the Pauline Epistles, New Testament Greek, and Hellenistic Judaism. Prior to his appointment at Cedarville University, Dr. Rogers served as Pastor for Adult Ministries at Grace Baptist Church in Cedarville, Ohio, where he is still an active member.
Jeremy Kimble, PhD
Dr. Jeremy Kimble is an Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University. He is passionate about teaching college students the truth of God’s Word, and his hope is that through his courses, students will seek to love God and others, rightly understand the grand narrative of Scripture, and apply theological truths to everyday life. Dr. Kimble is committed to teaching in the classroom as well as mentoring students in smaller settings. He served in pastoral ministry for eight years, and he currently serves as an elder at Grace Baptist Church in Cedarville. Dr. Kimble previously taught in various online and adjunctive roles. His research interests include ecclesiology, eschatology, biblical theology, worldview, biblical ethics, and the theology of Jonathan Edwards.
John Sloat, M. Div, Th. M
John Sloat is the Director of the School of Ministry Blended Program at Grace College and Seminary. He holds a Master of Divinity from Grace Theological Seminary and Th.M. in New Testament from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. John has a passion for the local church and teaching the Gospel in the University and church setting.
Leslie King, PhD
Dr. Leslie King is serving as the Director of The Grace Institute at Grace Fellowship. He holds a PhD in Human Services from Capella University and has more than 20 years of teaching, program development, and higher education leadership experience. He is on the Board of Directors for The Broad Street Mission and Matthew 25 Ministry serving the poor and homeless in Central Ohio. Dr. King is currently pursuing his seminary degree at Luther Rice Seminary and is passionate about the local church and serving those in need.