And Let Us Get to Know You.
Technology is great in so much as it serves human ends. Below you’ll find a bit about us and a place for you to let us know a bit about you. Drop us a note. Questions, comments, ideas…whatever. Thanks for taking the time, and we hope to meet you in person soon.
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ASC Director, Dan Daugherty
Dan and his family have lived in both the southernmost and northernmost states in the contiguous 48. They’ve found Muncie to be a pleasant medium. He taught literature, composition, and philosophy at a private high school in Minnesota for 12 years. He currently serves as the Director of Education for Muncie Fellows and the Executive Director of Alcuin Study Center. He holds a BS in Journalism from BSU and an MA in Christian Thought from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. He loves spending time with his wife of 25 years, his two boys (ages 19 and 14), and Watson, his dog. He’s also quite keen on good books, good music, good beer, and good friends.
ASC Operations Manager, Todd Wenninger
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Todd and his wife Shanna got trapped in Muncie 13 years ago, and now have three lovely daughters and a cat stuck with them. Prior to Muncie, he lived and worked in Ft. Wayne, IN and Defiance, OH, where he obtained a BA in Management and Marketing from Defiance College. In addition to husband and dad, Todd has held various roles in business, international missions, campus ministry, church ministry, and landscaping. He cares most deeply about facilitating honest connections with others over the things they care most deeply about, and considering how the Christian Scriptures help make sense of reality. Other regular enjoyments include: Shanna, bananas, sports, journaling, solitude, beer, and reading and singing to his girls.
ASC Board of Directors
Jeff Eads has spent his career investing in the lives of college students and recent graduates. Currently he works for a university career center equipping students and connecting them to vocational opportunities. In addition, he serves in leadership with the Muncie Fellows program—a nine-month leadership program for college graduates. Jeff is especially interested in conversations around the topic of faith and work. He and his wife have 4 “kids,” the youngest is a toddler and the oldest is away at college. Jeff enjoys playing Ultimate, hosting house concerts, and traveling.
Craig Roush lives with his family in a cabin in the woods in southern Indiana. After starting his career as a college minister at Ball State University, he went on to study counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary and has worked as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for the last 15 years primarily in southern Indiana. He currently serves his church as an elder and volunteer leader. He enjoys playing music and making pottery when he’s not working.
Randy Massot was born and raised mostly in St Louis, MO, but now lives with Marcy, his wife of over 35 years, in Rochester, MN. He has worked at IBM for over 20 years and is a Senior Software Engineer Manager and Business Operations Manager. He holds degrees in biblical studies from Covenant Theological Seminary (MA) and a Cambridge University (PhD), and serves as a ruling elder at Trinity Presbyterian Church. Randy and Marcy are empty nesters now that their youngest of three sons has graduated college and entered the work force. Randy enjoys playing with his granddaughters, running, reading books of all genres but good fiction in particular, watching foreign films and trying to figure out life.
Chris Harper was born and raised in Richmond, IN. He currently serves as the senior pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Rochester, MN. Chris is married to his high school sweetheart, Stephanie, and they have 3 children who are in various stages of “launching” into the real world. In addition to being a pastor, Chris enjoys reading, playing golf, going to the gym, and listening to 80s rock.
Brian Allred serves as a teaching pastor at New Life Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Yorktown IN, where he lives with his wife, 2 children, and their dog. Along with serving on the board, he teaches courses for the Alcuin Study Center. Prior to attending seminary, Brian taught in the Department of Physiology and Health Science at Ball State University for 9 years, and has since taught courses for Mid-America Reformed Seminary and LAMP Seminary. His other interests include cooking, exercising, listening to music, and billiards.