Bill Pubols, M.Div., D.Min
Bill grew up in Eugene, Oregon, and graduated with his B.A. in business from Pacific Lutheran University, where he also played on a national champion football team, and volunteer as a Young Life leader. After working and volunteering in ministry for several years, he attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, graduating with his MDiv in 1996. He worked as a campus minister with Cru at the University of Oregon until 2004, when he started Athletes in Action at Boise State University. He began teaching apologetics at the Biblical Studies Center in 2009, was hired as Executive Director in 2013, and completed his Doctor of Ministry from Talbot Graduate School of Theology in 2018. He enjoys camping, sports, movies, and music with his wife, Laurie, and he continues to direct Athletes in Action at BSU.
Bobbie Post, M.Ed
Bobbie grew up here in the Boise valley, and got her B.A. of Social Sciences from Seattle Pacific University, and an MA in Reading and Literacy from City University. Her teaching experience includes 7 years of homeschooling, 10 years of substitute teaching and 12 years of full time teaching. Her philosophy of teaching is based in the Scripture that says when a student is fully taught, he will be like his teacher. Because of that truth, her goal is to continually turn the gaze of her students toward Christ. She considers it one of the highest privileges of her life to be a part of what God is doing in the lives of students. She is married to Mark Post, mens/missions pastor at Eagle Christian Church, and they have 3 adult children - Ryan, who is married to Emily, and Alex and Jaynie. She also has 2 grandchildren, River and Evelyn.
Jon Strain, MDiv
Jon was raised in Montana, the son of a race-horse trainer, breeder and cattleman. He earned a BA Speech from Idaho State University (1983), married Pam and joined Campus Crusade for Christ staff in 1984. They served at the University of Utah and Brigham Young University for the next 13 years. He concurrently earned a Master of Divinity from Western Seminary in Portland. They moved to the Treasure Valley to church planters (1997-2001), where they still attend – Riverside Community Church. In 2001, Jon joined the staff of Search Ministries and opened Search Boise (2001). He is the Area Director for Idaho. Search equips adults for a lifestyle of ministry, relational evangelism, relational apologetics and reproducing discipleship. Jon spends his waking hours training people “up” in the heart and mind. The two tracks of training include God & life questions and manhood questions (for men). Jon & Pam reside as empty-nesters in Eagle, ID, where they’ve raised their four sons. Jon & Pam enjoy a variety of sports and recreation, reading, and a good cup of coffee. They are authors of Spiritual Seeds: How to Cultivate Spiritual Wealth in Your Future Children, a book dedicated to their sons and daughters-in-law
Kent DelHousaye, DMin
Kent is a non-profit director, executive coach, and leadership consultant. He is Co-Founder of the Love & Transformation Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to leveraging the love of God to transform individuals and organizations by providing resources and creating experiences to inspire change and influence society. Kent is also an Executive Coast and Leadership Consultant with the DelHousaye Group as well as a Director with the Townsend Leadership Program, a Christian cohort-based leadership development and coaching program. Kent was a pastor for 20 years at churches in California and Arizona and also work ed several years in commercial real estate development and brokerage. Kent is also a published author and songwriter as well as a college and seminary professor. Kent has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations from Arizona State University, a Master of Divinity degree in Biblical Communication from Phoenix Seminary, a Doctor of Ministry degree in Philosophical Theology from the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University, and a Graduate Certificate of Professional Executive Coaching from the Townsend Institute at Concordia University Irvine. Kent and his wife Stephanie have been married for 23 years, and they have three children named Ethan, Christian, and Claire.