COOKEVILLE, Tenn., (BNc) — David Hill is stepping in for his father, Malcolm Hill, as president of Tennessee Bible College.
Malcolm Hill, 76, has spent 35 years as president of the Cookeville college, which he founded in 1975. He is retiring from his position as president due to health problems but will remain as chancellor, an advisory position to the president.
David Hill, 49, has been with the college since 1990, working in various capacities, including director of public relations, director of missions, business manager and instructor.
“My goal is to maintain the stability that we’ve enjoyed for the last number of years,” said Hill.
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Barbara has been involved in missions for over 25 years, both in the field and in publishing.