Assistant Professor of Language and Literature at Northwest Nazarene University, where he teaches a range of courses from Linguistics to Postcolonialism. He specializes in the spread of Christianity and the literature produced as a result. He is currently completing a book manuscript on the early stages of the modern missionary movement in Britain and the shift in theology from countercultural faith to a later synthesis between Evangelicals and culture. He has been the managing editor of the journal, “Nineteenth-Century Contexts”, and editorial staff for, “Religion and Literature”. He lives in Nampa, Idaho, with his wife and one-year old daughter.
He has been educated at Emory University, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and holds a PhD from Notre Dame.
Dr. Fischer will be teaching Church History I & II at Sovereign Grace Institute.
Rick Hogaboamserves as the Senior Pastor at Sovereign Grace Fellowship. Married to Mimi, and has three children (Cody, Kira, & Lexi).
Studied at Central Christian College of Kansas, Calvary Chapel School of Ministry (Costa Mesa), and The King’s University, where he obtained a B.Th. and earned Summa Cum Laude honors and was inducted into the National Theological Honors Society. He has done post-graduate studies at South African Theological Seminary, and earned a Th.M from The North American Reformed Seminary.
Rick will teach Bible Doctrine III (Soteriology), Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, Sermon Reflections, Biblical Studies, and Practical Pastoral Ministry at Sovereign Grace Institute. Rick’s interests are in Pauline Pneumatology, Reformation Theology, John Calvin, Christ-centered Preaching, Biblical Theology, American Evangelicalism, and Preaching.
Matt Masiewicz is an ordained elder at Sovereign Grace Fellowship of Nampa. Married to his wife of ten years with whom he has six children. He was ordained in 2005 at Life Christian Fellowship as the Pastor of Student Ministries and a regular chapel teacher at Teen Challenge of Orange County, a Christ centered drug recovery program. Matt is a graduate of Calvary Chapel Bible Ministry School and taught occasionally both there and at Calvary Chapel Bible College South Bay. After embracing Reformation Theology he moved to Idaho to found Redemption Christian Fellowship, a Reformed Baptist church plant. Matt will be teaching Doctrine I at Sovereign Grace Institute. His interests include Soteriology, Covenant Theology and Eschatology and Baptist History. Since his conversion to Christ at age 26, it has been his desire to share Christ with others and to help equip God's people.
Michael O. Mulconery is an ordained elder at Sovereign Grace Fellowship and has served as a teacher at SGF for approximately 14 years. Having been saved by Grace in a reformed denomination at 36 he received mentoring and training which enabled him to eventually teach in the church. He has taught such courses as: Grasping God’s Word (basic hermeneutics), Basic training in Christian Life, the Doctrines of Grace and Tactics for defending the Faith. He has been married to Drue for 28 years and has 3 daughters. He is a graduate of the University of Wyoming in Education Sciences. Although an educator initially, he is now a special investigator trained in insurance fraud recognition, analysis and investigation. He has received local and international recognition for his work in this field. Michael will be teaching Apologetics and Bible Doctrine II at Sovereign Grace Institute.