Board Of Directors

After serving as a S.C. trial court judge and a Justice on the S.C. Supreme for more than 30 years, EC believes firmly that there is nothing more important that we can do for our children than to teach them about our God and our Lord Jesus, the Foundation for abundant life. He has been active in prison ministry and served on the Board of Tyger River Chapel Foundation, a non-profit, that raised funds to build a Chapel in Tyger River Correctional Institution. He serves as an elder at Mount Calvary Presbyterian Church (PCA) in the upstate. EC and his wife, Jami, have 3 children, 3 grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.

Jim is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Educational Studies at the University of South Carolina where he specialized in American educational history. He and his wife, Kathy, are both Midwesterners (Kansas and Ohio), but raised their two daughters in the South. They have been involved with homeschooling and pro-life activities for more than thirty years. Both are members of Cornerstone Presbyterian Church. Jim served in the Reagan Administration and as Governor David Beasley’s Education Advisor.

A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Nick has been an instructor for School Time Bible Ministries for the past 10 years and currently serves as Chairman of the Board. He is pursuing his Master of Divinity at Dickerson-Green Theological Seminary and serves as Assistant to the Pastor and Director of Youth Ministries at Bethel AME Church. He also has a passion for international missions and has been blessed to serve in Honduras, Tanzania, and Kenya. For the past 20 years he has been the owner of Van Crest Animal Hospital with a mission to “take care of God’s little creatures one day at a time”. Dr. Chambers is happily married to Dr. Candra Smith Chambers. They are the proud parents of 3 children.

David began his work with the next generation when he became the director of the AWANA Sparks group in his church at the age of 17. He is currently the Family Pastor at the West Columbia Campus of Northside Baptist Church. He serves as the chaplain for the Lexington County Blowfish baseball team and is an avid KC Chiefs fan. He enjoys exploring SC Parks, trails, and waterways with his wife of more than 30 years, Lori, and their two furry companions, Watson and Addison. They have 6 kids and 1 grandson that they devote copious amounts of time to spoiling.

Don, retired Professor, Center for Science Education (Mathematics Specialist), College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Carolina, is the founder of a program that reaches out to elementary and middle school students in South Carolina. He is a pioneer in metric training for teachers and students in South Carolina (recognized by National Institute of Science & Technology NIST). Don has received the Order of the Silver Crescent for his dedication, commitment, and leadership in our state. Don adheres to the belief. “If it helps the student then do it.” Don is a member of Shandon Baptist Church and is married to Susan, retired Physical Education Teacher, Richland One School District.

Sandy has been involved with School Time Bible for over 25 years in various capacities having served on the first Christian Learning Center Board. She is retired from public education where she was a teacher and administrator in the Elementary setting. She is a long-time member of First Baptist Church of Columbia. She and her husband, Bill, have a grown son.

Cliff is the owner of Genesis Studios in Cayce–a media production and marketing firm. Cliff has served on the board of Bethany Christian Services/Lifeline for 23 years, as a sponsor of Youth Corps for 17 years, and is a Sunday School teacher and Deacon at Trinity Baptist Church. He and his wife, India, have been married for 23 years and have 3 children and 4 dogs. He is also a long-suffering Gamecock and 1992 alum.

A retired 22-year Army veteran, Levon is a recording artist in music, and owner and operator of Columbia Furniture Service for over 54 years. He has successfully trained four men whose businesses are doing exceptionally well. He’s been married for 54 years to Earline, a short-term missionary whom God has allowed to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in 20 countries. Levon has 3 grown children and 8 grandchildren.