Faith Builders Available Speakers


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Speakers Available for Church or School!

The following instructors from Faith Builders are available to speak in churches or schools. Please contact them for more information or to discuss availability.

  • Stephen Russell
  • John Coblentz
  • Melvin Lehman 
  • Brandon Mullet
  • Steven Brubaker
Faith Builders Speakers Stephen Russel

Stephen Russell

  • Nonresistance: biblical and historical aspects, its importance in missions/evangelism
  • Church history: early Reformation, Anabaptist, modern, the Enlightenment and its effect on us
  • Old Testament subjects: e.g., using the OT to show how God works in history, the importance of the Abrahamic covenant
  • Church and State: what is our proper role as believers? 
  • Topics from Historical Theology or Systematic Theology
Faith Builders Speakers John Coblentz

John Coblentz

  • Discipleship in the Local Church: Six 30-minute sessions exploring what it means to follow Jesus together and to engage effectively with each other through the difficulties of life in a fallen world.
  • Knowing God: Six 30-minute sessions exploring how life-long acquaintance with God deepens faith, worship, and faithfulness.
  • Marriage: Six 30-minute sessions exploring roles in marriage and communication skills that enable commitment and intimacy.
Faith Builders Speakers Melvin Lehman

Melvin Lehman (Not available until 2026)

  • The Kingdom of God and the role of culture in the Kingdom of God
  • Minor Prophets
  • I Corinthians 11
Faith Builders Speakers Brandon Mullet

Brandon Mullet

  • Congregational Singing and Worship Workshop
  • Worship: What It Is and Why It Matters
  • Leading Congregational Singing
  • Listening to Music
Faith Builders Speakers Steven Brubaker

Steven Brubaker

  • Anabaptism as Worldview: This series explores five core values emphasized by Anabaptists (Eight 45-minute sessions generally given in 4 meetings).
  • Reading the Bible: This series offers practical instruction on reading and understanding the Bible (Eight 35-minute sessions generally given in 4 meetings).