Notable LBU Alumni

Since LBU began in 1973, there have been many men and women, from all over the world, 

who have excelled in their given fields of expertise.  These are just a few of our many notable alumni.

  • Paul Chappel


    Dr. Paul Chappel serves as Pastor of the Lancaster Baptist Church as well as president of West Coast Baptist College in Lancaster California. Dr. Chappell came to Lancaster in 1986 with a vision to build a great soul winning church and a bible college to train Christian workers.  Today West Coast Baptist College sits on a 61-acre campus and is one of the fastest growing Bible colleges in America.

  • Bob Cornuke


    Bob Cornuke president, Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE). He is often called the “Real Indiana Jones.” Bob has appeared on CBS, NBC, MSNBC, 700 Club and Fox Television’s “Ripley’s Believe It or Not.” His searches include the Holy Land, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iraq and Iran. Look for his new books published by Tyndale. He is an adjunct speaker at LBU.

  • Keidra Hobley


    Keidra H. Hobley, Ph.D., is an author, speaker, trainer and life coach.  Kedra is a dynamic speaker and is a favorite in our LBU workshops.  She says, “It is our mission to develop people’s potential to help them to fulfill their purpose. It is our desire that everyone in our sphere of influence will know their calling, walk in it boldly and be used for the Kingdom and Glory of God."

  • Randall Kitchens


    Randall E. Kitchens is a 2001 graduate of LBU. He earned his PhD in Psychology and Christian Counseling.  Dr. Kitchens was the keynote speaker at the 2019 LBU Commencement Ceremony and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree. He has faithfully served our country as an Air Force Chaplain since 1992. In 2020, he rose to the rank of Brigadier General and is serving as the Deputy Chief of Chaplains for the Department of the Air Force’s Air Force and Space Force at The Pentagon. 

  • pam konnerup


    Pam Konnerup is a 2003 graduate of LBTS, with a M.Div. in Christian Education, Biblical Counseling, and Missions.  She, along with her husband, Jon, have served at the BBFI World Mission Service Center in Springfield, MO since 1998.  Before that, they were BBFI missionaries in Kenya from 1988-1998.  Pam is also a 1985 graduate of Liberty University, with a degree in Elementary Education.  She currently works as an office assistant at the mission office, reads all the prayer letters that are sent in, and sends birthday cards to the missionaries and their children.  She enjoys teaching the new missionary ladies during Advanced Mission Training week, and also organizes the ladies’ portion of the annual missionary reunion.  Recently, she has been able to play a part in writing the Kidz4missionz “Destinations” curriculum, in order to inspire more elementary aged children to have a part in world missions.  Pam enjoys spending time with her family, serving in her church’s music and children’s ministries, walking her dog, and various craft related hobbies.

  • Mark Milioni


    Mark Milioni has served as the president of Baptist Bible College since May, 2012. His leadership has resulted in a tremendous financial turn-around, numerical growth, and a renewed spirit and passion for training men and women for the ministry at the college.


    Dr. Milioni graduated from Baptist Bible College in 1988 with a Bachelor’s degree in Pastoral Ministry. He continued his education at Luther Rice Seminary, earning a Master’s degree in Ministry; at Regent University, earning a Doctorate (abd) in Leadership; and at Louisiana Baptist University, earning a Doctorate in Communications. He has served the Lord in the local church as a senior pastor for over twenty-five years, giving him a great love for the church and for pastors. His education and experience uniquely qualify him to lead the college as it endeavors to create a life changing experience for men and women who will go forth to change the world for Jesus Christ.

  • Chuck Missler


    Chuck Missler, who went to be with the Lord in 2018, was a prolific author, and sought after prophecy speaker. Dr. Missler was the founder and past president of Koinonia House Ministries. He was one of the world’s authorities on “End Time Prophecy.” Dr. Missler was also a Naval Academy graduate who quickly rose to the upper ranks of the corporate world as CEO of several international high-tech corporations. He combined a background in intelligence, cryptanalysis and informational sciences with over 40 years of Biblical teaching and research. 

  • adrienne southworth


    Adrienne Southworth is a State Senator for Kentucky's seventh district. The Senator is a 2006 graduate of Louisiana Baptist University. With a B.A. from LBU she was admitted to the Mitchell-Hamline School of Law, where she is currently pursuing her J.D. She previously served as the Kentucky Lt. Governor's Deputy Chief of Staff before securing her state senate seat in 2020.

  • Craig Stevenson


    Craig Stevenson is a 2003 graduate of Louisiana Baptist University in Shreveport, LA. He is a missionary kid, former missionary to Romania and has served as a Youth Pastor, Family Pastor and Executive Pastor in four churches in the US over the past 18 years. During this time, he has amassed over 1,500 hours of specialized training in over 50 areas pertaining to church ministry. Craig and Lindsey have been married since 2003 and have three children, Canyon, Hunter and Nicole. Craig’s main responsibility centers around a new program called Beyond Borders. This program has three areas…events, resources and short-term mission opportunities.  Craig also serves on the Board of Directors for SkyWord Sports and also on the Advisory Board for Missouri State University's Design Thinking Certification Program.  Craig is a 2021 inductee of Marquis Who's Who in America.