Faculty

 

The Most Rev. Dr. John Githiga
The Most Rev. Dr. John Githiga
Founder and Chancellor

Dr. Githiga is a highly respected scholar, published author, a true preacher of the Gospel, Patriarch of All Nations Christian Church International, Chancellor and professor of pastoral theology at All Nations Christian Church International University. He is a former chaplain and adjunct faculty at West Texas A&M University in Texas; and Grambling State University, Louisiana. He is also a former instructor at Pensacola Junior College in Florida and head of the Department of Pastoral Theology at St. Paul’s United Theological College (now St. Paul’s University) in Limuru, Kenya. Dr.Githiga is the founder president of the African Association for Pastoral Study and Counseling. He is a graduate of Church Army College, Nairobi, St. Paul’s United Theological College, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, the University of the South, Vanderbilt University and the International Bible Institute and Seminary. His degrees include Diploma in Theology, Master of Divinity, Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Religious Education and Doctor of Divinity, Dr. Githiga has ministered with and to the people of many nationalities and races and was included in the eighth addition of Who is Who among Black Americans. He also appears in the 2008-2009 edition of the Madison Who’s Who Registry of Executives and Professional for having demonstrated exemplary achievement and distinguished contribution to the business community. He is married to the Rev. Dr. Mary Githiga.

 

Rev. Dr. John Mwaniki Gothogo
Rev. Dr. John Mwaniki Gathogo
Associate Dean

Dr. Mwaniki holds a bachelors degree in religious studies from Nations University, a Master of Ministry degree and Doctorate of Theology degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary. Dr. Mwaniki humbly began his ministry as a Sunday school teacher in Nakuru Kenya. He taught in many seminars in Kenya, Uganda and  Congo DR. In his compassion for teaching God’s word, he founded Ezra Devotional Ministries. His favorite subjects are; Bible exposition, Doctrine and Church History. Dr. Mwaniki is an ordained Priest in All Nations Anglican Church. He is gifted as a researcher, teacher and developer.

 

Dr. Sonia Medel Villaester
Dr. Sonia Medel Villaester
Professor of Religius Education

Dr. Villaester,Professor of Christian Education, holds Bachelor of Secondary Education, Masters of Arts in Education, and PhD in Educational Management from Capital University, Doctor of Christian Education (Honorary) from All Nations Seminary, PhD Candidate at ANCCI University and Advance Leadership and Management certificate from, Haggai Institute. She was a former: Seminar Registrar at Bethany Christian Academy, Principal at Baptist Conference Christian School, Professor at St. Peter’s College, and Principal at Holy Cross Academy. She is a licensed teacher by Professional Regulation Commission Dr. Villaester has a passion for teaching, counseling and feeding children at the dumpsite.

 

Dr. Steven Waterhouse
Dr. Steven Waterhouse
Adjunct Professor

Dr. Steven Waterhouse has served as the Pastor of Westcliff Bible Church in Amarillo, Texas since 1985. He has degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary (D.Min.); Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, Maryland (Th. M. in Hebrew and Greek); Spring Arbor University in Michigan (B.A., Social Sciences); and Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Dr. Waterhouse has taught Bible doctrine in colleges and church ministries, has been the keynote speaker at National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) conventions, and has lectured at various institutions and conference workshops on counseling. He is the author of more than twenty books, including Not By Bread Alone, An Outlined Guide to Bible Doctrine, a 575 page systematic theology book, and other Christian doctrinal publications. He has also authored numerous counseling books on subjects such as suffering, depression, and raising children. He has also addressed the abortion issue in A Biblical Look at Unborn Children, that speaks to New Testament references to abortion, specifically Abortion in Rome and the Early Church’s Response.

 

Dr. Solomon Waigwa
Rev. Dr. Solomon Waigwa, BD, MA, MDiv, ThM, PhD
Adjunct Professor

The Rev. Solomon Waigwa, 57, is an ordained and licensed minister with the Akorino Church in Kenya. He served as the pastor of Huruma Akorino Church in Nairobi, Kenya between 1993 and 1996. Solomon received his education from Kigari Teachers College, Embu Kenya, and St. Paul’s University, Limuru. Solomon came to the United States in 1996 for graduate studies at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin Texas on a World Council of Churches scholarship where he graduated with a Master of Arts (MA) in 1997 and a Master of Divinity (MDiv) in 1999. He went to Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where he completed his Master of Theology (ThM) in 2000. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at Baylor University in Waco Texas in 2006.

Rev. Dr. Waigwa is married to Mrs. Tabitha Waigwa, a nurse and student at Lamar University in Texas. They have three children, Dr. David Waigwa Wachira, an economist with the World Bank, Ms. Elizabeth Wanjiku, a PhD student at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) Denton Texas, and Ms. Priscilla Wambui, a Master’s student at TWU in Denton Texas, and Health Worker at Denton County in Texas.

Solomon and Tabitha believe that families are not mere groups of individuals. They have their own goals and aspirations. A family is an institution where every adult and child should feel that he or she is special and be encouraged to pursue his or her own dreams; a place everyone’s individuality is permitted to flourish. It is the aim of each family to ensure that we all flourish in Christ.

 

Dr. Roger A. Hubbard
The Rev. Capt Dr. Roger A. Hubbard
Adjunct Faculty

 

Dr. Roger A. Hubbard has been the Senior Pastor for 16 years at Lake Tanglewood Community Church.

Dr. Hubbard was called to the Gospel Ministry in 1970, soon after trusting Jesus Christ as his personal savior, at the age of 26.

Captain Hubbard was serving in the United States Air Force when he was saved.  After finishing his four-year tour of duty with the Air Force, he was led to attend Dallas Theological Seminary.  He entered seminary in 1972, and graduated four years later in 1976 with a Master of Theology Degree.

In August, 2000, Mr. Hubbard earned his Doctor of Ministry degree, graduating from the Christian Bible College and Seminary.

Over 38 years in pastoral ministry, Dr. Hubbard has served in four churches.

He and his wife, Lorna, have been married for 48 years.  They have three children, and 9 grandchildren.

 

 

Dr. Steven Waterhouse
Dr. Lamuel Salik
Adjunct Professor

 

ANCCI University Faculty

The Most Rev. Dr. John G Githiga,
Chancellor

The Most Rev. Daniel (de Jesus Ruiz Flores),
Ph.D. Ph.D., Th.D., Ph.D. Candidate (clinical Psychology)

The Rev. Dr. Solomon Waigwa, B.D., M.A., M.Div., Th.M., Ph.D.

The Rev. Dr. Peter Mwiti, Ph.D

The Rev. Dr. John Mwaniki Gathogo, B.R.S., M.Min., Th.D.

The Rev. Dr. Lamuel G. Salik, B.A., L.Th. M.Div., D.R.E.

The Rev. Dr. Steve Waterhouse

 

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