The Board of Trustees

Rev. Michael Ahearn
President and Founder of Ahearn International Ministries (AIM), an international missionary outreach.

Dr. Olga Benitez
Dr. Benitez serves as a medical doctor, running her own medical practice in the state of New Jersey.

Dr. Gerald Borchert
Dr. Gerald Borchert, senior professor at Carson Newman College and thesis director at The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies, received his Th.M. and Ph.D. in New Testament from Princeton Theological Seminary and University and has done post doctoral work in Jerusalem, Cambridge, Hamburg, Duke, and Boston. Originally a Canadian Lawyer, Dr. Borchert has taught in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe and served as dean at both Southern and Northern Baptist Seminaries. A translator for the New Living Translation, he has penned 150 articles and a score of books, including a commentary on the Gospel of John (2 volumes), Galatians, Revelation, and Thessalonians and Worship in the New Testament: Divine Mystery and Human Response.

Dr. Kenneth Brewer, President of The Kaleo Institute

Dr. Bruce Hallman, Chair
Dr. Bruce Hallman recieved his M.Div. from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Before entering full time ministry, Dr. Hallman worked with his father at Hallman Chevrolet as the owner of multiple dealerships across New England. After completing his Master of Divinity from Gordon Conwell Theological seminary, he worked as social worker in the state of Massachusetts, and served as the senior pastor of First United Church in Swampscott, MA. Dr. Hallman currently serves as the chair of the board of trustees at The Kaleo Institute and helps to oversee the Christian Counseling electives.

Dr. Jay Leroux, beginning January 2013.

Dr. Colleen Steinke, honorary chair (deceased)
Co-founder of Brewer Christian College and founder, Dr. Colleen served as the chair of the board of Brewer Christian College from 2001-2010.

Rev. Susan Stafford
Susan Stafford may be best known for her Emmy award winning role as the original hostess of the popular television show “Wheel of Fortune”, but Rev. Stafford’s work in movies, television, radio, humanitarian causes, public relations, conferences and seminars has touched millions and millions over the past three decades. As the founder and CEO of The Susan Stafford Foundation, her ministry outreach includes countless radio and television appearances on networks including TBN and The 700 Club. Susan is also the author of her recent autobiography, “Stop the Wheel, I Want to Get Off”.

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