I am a conservative Republican. I believe that I have voted ever since I have been old enough to do so, wanting to do my part and to exercise my right to vote. Much more recently I have become a caucus goer, further exercising my right and responsibility to influence who I vote for. This year is […]
Kevin Subra is an Iowa boy, but he was born in Ft. Huachuca, AZ (his dad served in the Army Reserves in Waterloo, and his unit was called up). He then grew up in Ft. Dodge, Iowa, but moved to and graduated from high school in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Kevin then served 4 years as enlisted, active US Army (mostly in Ft. Stewart, GA). He served under General H. Norman Schwartzkopf (Division Commander) and was in the same unit as David Petraus (then a CAPTAIN).
After attending one semester of Bible college in Indianapolis, IN, Kevin completed his BA in Biblical Studies at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, IA. Kevin has served as a bi-vocational pastor since 1987 (with a short break when he ran the bookstore at FBBC). He has worked in the IT field since 1996, as a software instructor, help desk, network administrator, IT manager, and now in the IT cybersecurity field.
He has been married to his wife Jane since 1981. They have 15 children (with 9 still at home) whom they’ve always home schooled. They have a growing number of grandchildren (9, with 1 more due this year), and eagerly anticipate more.
Besides enjoying his family, studying the Bible, and reading, he enjoys the ongoing puzzle of family genealogy.
Atheist Richard Dawkins, a renowned evolutionary biologist and no friend of Christianity, wants people to read the King James Bible but for different reasons than you might think. In his article entitled Why I want all our children to read the King James Bible (May 19, 2012), Dawkins shares three reasons to support his statement. […]