Leon H. Yancey, M.Div. - Faculty Mentor
(Biblical Studies, Theology) Leon Yancey is a retired military officer. Ordained non-denominational and Baptist, he has been active in police and rescue mission chaplaincies, and mission churches since 1967. A member of the Grace Evangelical Society since 1986, he also served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Greek at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, 1988-89, adjunct faculty for Greek and Biblical Studies at Tallassee Bible Institute, 1992-95, and as Assistant to the Dean of Students at Houston Baptist University 1974-77. His military education is in Education Management. He was awarded the Arthur B. Whiting Award for biblical writing and scholarly research 1989. He was Christianity Editor for the Tallahassean Newspaper 1991-92, and a writer/abstracter for Religious and Theological Abstracts 1989-97. Leon earned the B.A. (Christianity, history, & military management) from Houston Baptist University, Houston, TX, and the M.Div. (academic track) from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, Portland, OR. Theological Persuasion: Dispensational.