Instructors

Pastor Dave Aucoin – BA in Biblical Studies from Zion Bible College and MA in Biblical Studies from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. Has served as a youth pastor, assistant pastor, and now the senior pastor at Abundant Life Assembly of God in Swansea, MA since 2007. Has a love for Christian Education that helps believers grow in their walk with Jesus Christ and their service for Him.
Pastor Phil Curtis – BA in Religion from Oberlin College and MDiv in Pastoral Studies from Columbia International University. Served as youth minister, Christian Ed consultant, and assistant pastor at Quidnessett Baptist Church and as founding and current pastor of Exeter Chapel since 1982. Has equipped the Sunday School teachers of Exeter Chapel to use the Through the Bible Together curriculum, conceived by Harold Burchett.
Pastor John Gibson – John Gibson holds a BCA in Christian Education from Southwestern Assemblies of God University.  A former Director of Christian Education of the Southern New England District of the Assemblies of God and the voice of Glad Tiding radio program for 19 years, he is the Founder and current pastor of Heritage Christian Fellowship in Warwick. John has a passion for seeing the body of Christ working together and for equipping believers to fulfill their ministry in the local church.
Rev. Chuck Pierce – BA in Bible from Bob Jones University and ThM in New Testament Literature and Exegesis from Dallas Theological Seminary. Studied in Israel. Retired after forty years of pastoring in Massachusetts and Rhode Island to become Executive Director of MTN. Has taught biblical and theological courses in church-sponsored Bible institutes both in Mass and RI.
Pastor Jim Ricci – Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from CCRI. Nationally board certified in Nouthetic Counseling, Jim has been the Care and Counseling Pastor of Cranston Christian Fellowship since 1989. He oversees his church’s counseling team, ministers to a large number of counselees each year, and has conducted counseling classes for area churches.