David Stubblefield

Academic Vice President

Hyles-Anderson College, B.S., M.Ed., L.H.D.; Thirty-eight years of curricular experience; Bus worker for twenty years; Sunday school teacher for twenty-nine years; Jail ministry worker for thirteen years.

Dr. David Stubblefield was reared on a farm in central Indiana. His parents were active members of their local church, and their dedication made church attendance a vital part of his life. He was saved at the age of five and several years later, he felt the call of God upon his life to be in full-time Christian service. He enrolled in Hyles-Anderson College in the fall of 1973. Soon after earning his degree, he began working with students in the Academic Office.

In his decades of service, Dr. Stubblefield has worked tirelessly with literally thousands of students as they advanced through their academic programs.

He has faithfully served at the First Baptist Church of Hammond as a Sunday school teacher since 1984, a member of the church choir since 1991, and a jail ministry worker since 2002. Dr. Stubblefield and his wife Linda have been married for over forty years and they have two adult daughters who each serve in full-time ministry.