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Education Alumni Profiles

Rebecca Grant Shults will speak on the topic of “The Human Right” during the Grand Finale of the AG Centennial event on Sunday, Aug. 10 at the JQH Arena in Springfield, Mo.

Rebecca Grant Shults (’04): Rehabilitating trafficked women through Rescue Arts

Rebecca Grant Shults has looked squarely into the face of human desperation, but she also has seen the love of Christ free the human spirit and transform lives. She puts her hope in the God who ...

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Orrie Seilaff teaching in the Republic of Georgia

Orrie Sielaff (’11): English teacher in the Republic of Georgia

Orrie Sielaff graduated from Evangel University in December of 2011 with a major in Physical Education and a minor in Sports Administration. He now holds a teaching job in Georgia, but he is not ...

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Sarah-Logan

Sarah Logan (’98 and ’02): Springfield Public Schools teacher and International Reading Association president-elect

In the life of a teacher, every day is an adventure. And for Professional Learning Specialist and STEP UP Coach Sarah Logan (’98 and ‘02), that thirst for adventure began with her own ...

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Beverly Lewis

Beverly Lewis (’72): Bestselling Christian fiction author

Her Amish fiction novels top the New York Times best-seller lists, fans flock to see her at book signings across the country, and now two of her books have been turned into made-for-TV movies. ...

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Brett  and Ashley Bailey

Brett and Ashley (Ring) Bailey (’01): Boys and Girls Town of Missouri ranch directors

Evangel University Alumnus Brett Bailey (’01) and his wife Ashley (Ring  ’01) Bailey, currently reside in Steelville, Missouri, a small rural town of  1,400 people. In this tiny town, Brett ...

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Greg Wiles

Greg Wiles (’91): Award-winning Idaho principal

Greg Wiles (’91) is one of only seven principals in the U.S.  to be named a Transformational Leaders Across America (TLAA) by the National  Association of Elementary School Principals ...

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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