MACA Next Step Adjunct Professors
The MACA Next Step program is a dual-enrollment program that brings college courses to the MACA campus. This allows our juniors and seniors to take college-level courses during their school day on the MACA campus and to begin to create their college transcripts. Another great benefit of this program is that MACA students will be able to take these advanced courses with Christian instructors. While these courses meet the college-level curriculum, student learning outcomes, assessment stipulations and class time requirements of Lancaster Bible College (LBC), they do so while being taught by experienced Christian educators who have met the rigorous approval requirements to be named Adjunct Professors at LBC. Honoring God and providing a Christian classroom environment to our students is foundational to all that MACA does. We know that this is one of the reasons parents send their students to MACA and we are passionate about honoring that faith put in us. These Adjunct Professors have gone through a thorough application and review process by both MACA and LBC to be deemed appropriate to teach. The following Adjunct Professors are our MACA Next Step faculty.
Dr. H. Wallace Webster
Dr. Webster teaches Old Testament I and Old Testament II. He comes to MACA having taught for three years as a professor at Washington Bible College (WBC). During his tenure at WBC, he taught Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, Gospel of John and Principles of Sports Management. He has also served for over ten years as an Adjunct Professor at Capital Bible Seminary teaching graduate level courses in Theology of Ethics in Leadership and Leadership Development. Dr. Webster has completed a B.A. in Pastoral Ministry, an M.A. in Expository Preaching as well as a Masters of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry.
Dr. Lori A. Sefton
Dr. Sefton, who also serves as our Academic Dean, teaches Public Speaking. She came to MACA having taught for six years at Southern Illinois University (SIU). At SIU, she taught Interpersonal Communication, Public Speaking, Advanced Public Speaking and Agricultural Communication. She later taught Small Group Communication at Owens Community College in Toledo, Ohio. Dr. Sefton completed her B.S. in Radio-Television Management, her M.S. in Speech Communication Education, and her PhD in Organizational Communication.
Mr. Patrick Korn
Mr. Korn, who teaches MACA’s senior-level Bible thesis course, will be teaching Hermeneutics. He came to MACA after having served as an Adjunct Professor at Washington Bible College for four years. He taught Hermeneutics as part of Washington Bible College’s Adult Degree Completion Program. Mr. Korn completed his B.A. in Pre-Seminary Bible and Theology and his M.A. in Biblical Exposition. Mr. Korn will teach Hermeneutics in the fall to MACA seniors as part of their Senior Thesis requirement, providing all qualified MACA seniors with three hours of college Bible credit through this MACA diploma requirement.
Ms. Amber Griffin
Ms. Griffin has been teaching advanced high school English courses at MACA for many years and also teaches College English Composition and United States History 1. She came to MACA after having taught high school English for 5 ½ years in Peru at La Molina Christian School, a bilingual school located in Lima. Ms. Griffin completed her B.A. in English and her Masters of Education in History.
Ms. Rebecca Nelson
Ms. Nelson will be teaching Introduction to Chemistry. Ms. Nelson has taught regular, honors, IB, gifted, and AP Chemistry courses for eight years and served as a Short Course Instructor at Virginia Tech. She completed her B.A. in Chemistry and her M.S. in Physical/Polymer Chemistry, both from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Mr. John Sadowski
Mr. Sadowski will teach Introduction to Business. He comes to MACA having taught at the Carey Business School of John Hopkins University. Mr. Sadowski has served as an executive in the financial industry for over 25 years and currently serves as Chief Information Officer for Sandy Spring Bank. He received his B.B.A. in Management Information Services from Loyola College and his M.B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.
MACA’s Next Step program offers great opportunities to our seniors and moves MACA’s academics to the next level. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Dr. Lori Sefton, Academic Dean at the school office (410-489-4321) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.