Education: B.A., University of Minnesota; M.Div. Bethel Seminary
Experience: Gilbertson has taught theology at Bethel University since 2005, and Northwestern College since 2009. For several years, she also served as assistant director of spiritual formation at Bethel University, where she oversaw small group discipleship. While in seminary, she received training for hospital chaplaincy and interned with Fairview Hospitals. Prior to seminary, she worked at New Life Family Services, a Christian nonprofit organization.
Areas of expertise: Systematic theology, contextual theologies, topics connected to justice and reconciliation
Education: B.A., University of Minnesota; M.Div., Bethel Seminary
Experience: In addition to teaching in the college setting for over 6 years, Case has served in pastoral ministry for 15 years in positions of student ministry, adult ministry, church planting, local and global missions, and senior leadership.
Areas of expertise: Leadership, theology, Bible, writing
Education: B.S., Crown College; M.A. in Ministry Leadership, Crown College
Experience: Eyberg has served as a church elder, a ministry leader for women, and a speaker for women’s conferences and retreats. She also brings 35 years of experience leading small groups and training sessions.
Areas of expertise: Small groups, prayer ministry, spiritual formation
Raymon Paul Hanson
Education: Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem; B.A., University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire; M.Div., Bethel Seminary
Experience: Hanson has 12 years of experience teaching adults in the areas of Bible interpretation, Bible survey, Christian life, and biblical theology. He owned a small business for over 20 years and is a military veteran. Hanson is actively involved in local church ministries, teaching adult Bible studies, leading youth classes, and speaking at retreats. He is also finishing a Ph.D. at Luther Seminary.
Areas of expertise: Biblical/historical studies related to the Ancient Near East and to the Jewish background of Christianity, how the teachings of Scripture are relevant for living in today's world
Education: B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.Div., Bethel Seminary
Experience: Spriggs has more than 20 years of experience teaching and leading as a pastor and registered dietitian in a variety of settings, from churches and universities, to clinics and businesses.
Areas of expertise: Spiritual formation and prayer, preaching, leadership, women in ministry, and self-care for pastors
Gary David Stratton
Education: B.A., Wheaton College; Diploma, Beijing Institute for Nationalities; Diploma, Shanghai Teachers College; M.A., Ph.D., Talbot Theological Seminary, Biola University
Experience: Stratton's passion for transforming culture propelled him to a career of developing cultural leaders from Hollywood to the Ivy League. In Hollywood, Stratton served as a story consultant and executive director of Act One, a nonprofit organization training Christians for careers in mainstream media. In higher education, Stratton serves on the faculty of the Institute for Campus Revival and Awakening at Yale University and has worked in leadership and teaching positions at Christian colleges. He has also served in youth ministry, campus ministry, teaching, and senior leadership roles in the local church.
Areas of expertise: Spiritual formation and spiritual awakening, discipleship and mentoring, Jonathan Edwards and spiritual leadership, nonprofit leadership, team development