from our MBU Community

Looking for a recipe to share with your loved ones this holiday season? Look no further — our MBU community has you covered! Check out some of our faculty and staff’s favorite recipes below.

Kasey’s Corn Casserole

recipe by: Kasey Cox, Director of Theatre

1 can of sweet…

October is National Principals Month and we want to showcase some of our MBU alumni who are making a difference through education. We truly believe education is valuable and that our educators play a huge role.

Danielle Todd

Duello Elementary, Wentzville School District, Principal

Degrees: Bachelors in Elementary Education, Masters in Administration…

Recommendations from the Humanities Division at MBU

September 6th is National Read a Book Day and we want to share some book recommendations from MBU’s humanities division! Check out our professors’ favorites below.

Recommendation by Dr. Matthew Easter, Director of Christian Studies

Rossano Deal has something of a dream job — his position leads him across the islands of the Bahamas capturing the magic and beauty of the country. Graduating from MBU in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast media, he started his career in videography. As senior editor and videographer for The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, his videos are used in advertising to draw vacationers to visit the islands.

Deal values his education at MBU and finds joy in passing on his knowledge to encourage others. Once the pandemic is over, Deal plans to take more global opportunities within the field of broadcast media and video production.

He was just 22 years old when he was deemed a murderer. Hearing those words spill from a murderer’s mouth left two MBU alumni feeling overwhelmed but hopeful. They were interviewing an individual who was convicted of murder in his own house, and the process was unlike anything they had…

Missouri Baptist University’s Director of Early College Partnerships, Kim Cochran, joined the MBU family in the fall of ’00 as an adjunct math professor. Since 1983, Early College Partnerships (ECP), formerly called EXCEL, has provided high school students the opportunity to earn university credit. This past year, ECP served more…

DR. ANDY CHAMBERS, MBU’s provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, didn’t always appreciate the value of a Christian liberal arts education.

Chambers studied mechanical engineering as an undergraduate at Missouri University of Science and Technology — and he stayed away from what some people call the “soft” disciplines…

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