Mike Arnold Athletic Director, Head Basketball Coach

Master’s in Exercise Physiology

Mike graduated from Truman State University with his Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology in 1988. He completed his Ed.S degree requirements in 1994 with a year long internship at the University of Portland in Athletic Administration. He has been coaching basketball for 30 years and has experience at very level from elementary school to NCAA Division I and the Portland Trail Blazers.

His most recent teams won over 71 % of their games and his graduation/transfer rate was over 92%. Mike has been selected as “Coach of the Year” 3 times in his career. He has taught at Clark College in Vancouver, WA for 24 years and this year he was honored with the Exceptional Faculty Award for the 2013 school year.

Mike has always stated that his coaching passion is based in the desire to serve the mission of sharing the gospel of Christ, and work with young men in a very formative time in their life. To train, counsel, and mentor athletes to serve Jesus while engaged in competitive setting provides an exceptional opportunity for them to examine, develop and grow their faith. Helping them to learn to work together, to experience the highs and lows of success and failure, and to learn to recognize the hand of God in their everyday lives, makes every day exciting and rewarding.

Mike and his wife Cindy served as youth pastors in a missionary church in Alaska for three years and both have felt called into education as their mission field. The have two daughters McKenzie Rae (15) and Maggie Rose (14) and have attended Mannahouse, formerly City Bible Church, for nearly 20 years.



Rachel Arnold, Adjunct Professor of Theology

Bachelor of Theology, Associate of Church Leadership

Rachel studied Physiotherapy at Auckland University of Technology and then worked at Auckland City Hospital in New Zealand. She attended PBC from 2009-2010 and began working in the PBC office while studying. Rachel is passionate about seeing Christians grow in their knowledge of God and in their relationship with Him.



Travis Arnold, Professor of Theology

Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies

Travis graduated from Portland Bible College in 2007 with a Bachelor of Theology. He briefly served as an assistant to Pastor Frank Damazio (former senior pastor of City Bible Church, now Mannahouse) before returning to PBC in 2008 to teach full time while completing his Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies at Western Seminary. In addition to teaching, Travis serves as an elder at Mannahouse and also functions as an elder for a new church plant in Central Washington. He and his wife Rachel live just outside Portland in Vancouver, Washington with their three young children. Their mutual passion is that of Ezra: “to study the law of the Lord and to practice it, and to teach his statutes and ordinances in Israel” (Ezra 7:10).



Carol Bouschor, Language & Culture Institute in Oregon (LCIO) Director

Master of Science in Education, Bachelor of Science in Education

Carol, along with her husband Edmund, has been active in International Student Missions  both overseas and locally. While teaching, she completed her Master’s study at Portland State University in 1974 .

After teaching in the Beaverton School District, Edmund and Carol founded a Christian school in Oregon and went on to be missionaries in Asia with Youth With a Mission. They helped to train and plant schools in the nations.

In 1983, Edmund and Carol founded Christian Missionary Educators & The Language & Culture Institute in Oregon (LCIO), both para-church missions based in Portland. Through these outreaches, they have been able to help many students to succeed with their English and spiritually related endeavors.

With a passion and vision to mentor and teach Biblical principles, Edmund and Carol train and send missionaries overseas to teach English as an evangelism tool. In addition to directing the ESL Program at PBC, Carol teaches, is a life coach and mentor.


    • Mannahouse – Lay Pastor of Japanese Ministry & International Students
    • Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
    • Youth With a Mission, International



Edmund Bouschor, Language & Culture Institute in Oregon (LCIO) Executive Director

Master of Science in Counseling & Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Education

Edmund, along with his wife Carol, has been active in International Student Missions both overseas and locally. While teaching in Beaverton, Oregon, he completed his Master’s study at Portland State University in 1972.

In 1978, Edmund and Carol founded a Christian school in Oregon and went on to be missionaries with Youth With a Mission. They helped to train and plant schools in the nations.

In 1983, Edmund and Carol founded Christian Missionary Educators & The Language & Culture Institute in Oregon (LCIO), both parachurch missions based in Portland. Through these outreaches, they have been able to help many students to succeed with their English and spiritually related endeavors.

With a passion and vision to mentor and teach Biblical principles, Edmund and Carol train and send missionaries overseas to teach English as an evangelism tool. In addition to administrating the ESL Program at PBC, Edmund teaches, is a life coach and mentor.


    • Mannahouse – Lay Pastor of Japanese Ministry & International Students
    • Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
    • Youth With a Mission, International



Carlos Campa, Spanish Program Coordinator

Bachelor of Theology

Originally from Tijuana, Mexico, Carlos moved to the U.S. planning to finish his architectural design degree in the Northwest, only to find out that God was calling him to go to Portland Bible College afterwards. After graduating with a Bachelor of Theology in 2014, he took a job as an ESL Paraeducator in the public school system, where he found a passion for sharing the love of Christ to young international students through tutoring and mentoring. He has been part of the Mannahouse Pastoral Team since 2013 and currently serves as the Spanish Services Central Admin. In 2015, Carlos joined the PBC Online team as the Spanish Program Coordinator. He is excited to be a part of something that empowers ministry leaders to share, with sound doctrine, the truth of the Gospel to the nations.


  • Art
  • Design
  • Travel
  • Food



Mark Daniels, Adjunct Professor of Theology

Bachelor of Theology

Mark and Maureen Daniels live in Camas, Washington with their four children. He has been on staff at Mannahouse for ten years and currently serves as the Campus Pastor at the Mill Plain Campus. He holds a degree in Psychology from George Fox University. Mark is also a baseball fanatic who also loves board games and ice cream.


  • Mannahouse (Mill Plain Campus Pastor)
  • Ministers Fellowship International (Member)



Jessica Dickinson, Music Instructor

Jessica is a voice instructor at Portland Bible College since 2012, and attends Portland State University, majoring in Music Education and minoring in Piano and Vocal performance. She is no stranger to music education and performance having been in musicals, festivals, and competitions. Classically trained in vocals and piano, Jessica has had her license to teach piano since high school, and she can be seen singing vocals for Mannahouse, formerly City Bible Church, weekend services, and Generation Unleashed services. Her excitement in teaching music is being able to see the development in her students as they grow musically.



Marc Estes, President

Marc and Susan serve as the Lead Pastors of Mannahouse, formerly City Bible Church, a church that has been impacting the world for over 60 years.  The moment they arrived in Portland over 20 years ago they have been daily living out the mission of the church to, “Live like Jesus, and share His love”, in constant pursuit of helping people with the life changing message of Jesus. 

Marc previously served as the Director of Evangelism for Christian Equippers International and traveled over 150 days per year equipping local churches and leaders in sharing their faith. He continues to travel frequently to churches, both nationally and internationally, ministering the Word, equipping leaders and strengthening churches.   

Marc has been heavily involved in many regional strategic teams and initiatives that focus their energies on identifying key community needs and challenges. He has been instrumental in developing strategies, building teams, acquiring resources and networking different sectors to work together to meet needs and overcome challenges. A few of these efforts would include assisting with foster care, combating sex trafficking, helping underprivileged children, creating a support network for Law Enforcement, to name a few.

Over the years, Marc has written a prolific volume of church resources, books and training materials, as well as an award-winning book, Jesus Today, released in 2000. His book, What Now, is an epic discovery of making sense of who you are and where you are going.  

In addition to being the Lead Pastor of Mannahouse, he also serves on the board for City Christian Schools and is the President of Portland Bible College and Mannahouse Global Family.  

Marc and Susan reside in Happy Valley, OR.  They have two grown daughters, two sons, two son-in-laws, and four grand-kids.   


  • Mannahouse (Lead Pastor)



  • Jesus Today, City Christian Publishing
  • Small Group Leaders Handbook, City Christian Publishing
  • What Now, City Christian Publishing

Jeneisha Hastings-Anderson, Curriculum Developer

Bachelor of Church Music

Jeneisha grew up in the greater Seattle area as a pastor’s kid. In 2014, Jeneisha received her Associates of Arts and Sciences with an emphasis in Humanities from Everett Community College. She then was going to continue onto a music school in Seattle, but felt God calling her to Portland instead. She attended Portland Bible College from 2014-2018 and joined the staff in a part time capacity as part of the growing online team during her junior year. After graduating with her Bachelor of Church Music she became full time as a Curriculum Developer.



Sarah Hernandez, Campus Pastor

Associate of Theology

During Sarah’s time as a student at Portland Bible College, she began serving on staff at Mannahouse, in multiple capacities as a pastor, administrator, conference coordinator, and coach. After seven years of church ministry at Mannahouse, she and her husband Alex moved to California and devoted their time to raising their three children and serving in their local church and community. In 2013, Jesus Culture offered her a position planning their international events and being an integral part of their church team as they piloted their new church in Sacramento, California. In 2015, Sarah and Alex returned to her hometown to serve as the PBC Campus Pastors.



Chris Hubbard, Professor of Humanities

Bachelor of Theology

Chris grew up at Mannahouse, and came on staff in 2001. He has worked in a variety of different departments in Mannahouse, including the Correspondence Program at PBC, the Audio/Visual Department, and Mannahouse Children’s Ministry, where he and his wife, Pamela, served as the Children’s Pastors at the Mill Plain Campus. Chris began teaching humanities courses in 2011, and developed a passion to help students view and connect with the world around them through a Christian worldview. He currently lives in Vancouver, Washington with his wife and two children.



Lanny Hubbard, Professor of Theology

Master of Arts in Exegetical Theology

Lanny was raised in the Evangelical United Brethren Church and later attended the Foursquare Church during his college years.

After a three year military duty he entered Portland Bible College completing his studies and graduating in 1979 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology.

Lanny went on to complete a Master of Arts in Exegetical Theology at Western Seminary. He has functioned as a teacher at the college since 1978 and is highly respected both as a teacher and pastor at Mannahouse.

Lanny currently lives in Vancouver, Washington with his wife Joanne. They have 3 children who are all very active in Portland Bible College as well as the church.


  • Mannahouse (Elder)
  • Minister’s Fellowship International (Member)



Annalise Hutley, Admissions Advisor

Bachelor of Theology

Annalise grew up at Mannahouse, and has served in a variety of ministries in Mannahouse for the past 8 years. Throughout this time she has served as the leader for GU’s High school outreach program, Jr. High Pastor for the Mill Plain campus. Annalise currently serves as the Mill Plain Young Adults Pastor, along with her husband, Dustin, and the Admissions Advisor for Portland Bible College.

Graduating from PBC with a Bachelor of Theology, she spent most of her college years involved in full-time ministry at Mannahouse. She loves people with all her heart and is dedicated to see Christians live to their fullest potential in Christ by walking surrendered to Him each and every day.



Kim-Maree Janzen, Adjunct Professor of Music

Bachelor of Theology

Kim-Maree came to Portland Bible College in the Spring of 2006 from Sydney, Australia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Theology with Worship Emphasis in 2009. During her time at PBC she was a dorm leader for three years, serving on the student leadership team as an international student. She is currently involved in the Worship and Creative Arts department of Mannahouse as the Worship Specialist. Kim-Maree is passionate about leading worship, song writing, working with vocalists and raising up skillful worshipers who are equipped with character and integrity. On her days off, you may find her exploring the eclectic districts of Portland, enjoying the many unique sights of this city with her husband Marcus, and their son, Zenith.


  • Great Things CBC Album – Vocals (Thankful)
  • Generation Unleashed Album – Vocals and Songwriter (I Will Praise You)



Mark Jones, Adjunct Professor of Theology

Dr. Mark Jones, has been an essential part of the leadership and prayer ministry at Mannahouse. Mark is an elder at Mannahouse, and oversees Prayer Ministries. His ministry role at the church is voluntary as he is a full time family dentist. His remarkable enthusiasm and excitement for prayer is both contagious and faith-building.


  • Mannahouse (Elder)
  • Ministers Fellowship International (Member)



  • Cultivating Prayer and Intercession in the Local Church, City Christian Publishing

Dylan Jones, Adjunct Professor

Bachelor of Theology

Joy King, Director of Placement

Joy is excited to be back home at Mannahouse and to bring over 15 years of multifaceted experience to PBC as the new Director of Placement. She first came on staff in 2000, assisting the Evangelism Department and Pastoral Staff with special events, conferences, simulcast, and the Eternity Production. During that time, she has also volunteered in Kids Ministry, Young Adults, and Impact until she packed up to move across the country with a church plant team in 2007 to New York City.

While in New York she worked at a prominent national newspaper, was a part of the worship team, led the children’s ministry team, and served the Lead Pastor with administrative support. Joy and her husband Nick got married in 2009, and now have two beautiful children, Caeden, Elliot Olivia, and two fur babies named Zuzu and Zoe. Since moving back to the Northwest in 2015, Joy and Nick have also served in Mannahouse Youth as connect group leaders, and both have a heart and passion to see the next generation of leaders raised and equipped to find their purpose and fulfill the call of God on their lives. Wherever in the world it may lead them.



Jeremy Koepke, Administrator, Music Department

Bachelor of Church Music

Jeremy is the PBC School of Worship Administrator and Instructor, and serves on the Mannahouse Worship & Creative Arts team.

Graduating from PBC with a Bachelor of Church Music Ministry, he spent several years working in the secular marketplace before coming on staff with the School of Worship in 2006.  He has had the privilege of traveling and teaching on music & worship ministry to various churches and nations connected to Mannahouse and the MFI Network.

Jeremy is passionate to see Christ-centered, presence-driven worship & arts expressions that build the local church and reach those outside of the church. He and his wife Lori have four children, and live in Vancouver, Washington.


  • Mannahouse (Worship & Creative Arts Team)
  • Ministers Fellowship International – Member



  • Consume Me CD (Portland Bible College 1998)
  • Great Things CD (City Bible Church 2009)


  • Music Theory for the Worship Musician (Portland Bible College 2010)


Brian Lawrence, Adjunct Professor of Music

Bachelor of Science – Computer Science

Brian graduated from Portland State University with a degree in Computer Science. He is currently the manager of the Audio Department for Mannahouse. Brian has been working on live sound and recording for more than twelve years and has a passion for training others.



Walter Madison, Adjunct Professor of Theology

Walter Madison’s roots grow deep in Mannahouse, where he has been a part since 1985. Walter met his wife Robyn while attending Portland Bible College and they married in 1987. They have been blessed with three children – Abbey, Megan and Ryan – and a crazy dog named Tobey. Walter spent 15 years in business, both in management and owning a business, while also serving pastorally with Robyn at Mannahouse. Walter was asked to come on staff at Mannahouse in the spring of 2000, where he currently serves an Executive Pastor at the Rocky Butte campus.

When he is not leading meetings, counseling people, or keeping his office staff laughing, Walter can be found trying to get better at his golf game (though he rarely gets to play), reading biographies or relaxing with his family. Walter is passionate about raising up leaders to build the local church and to impact the culture for Christ.



Glenda Malmin, Professor of Theology

Glenda is a professor of several courses, both in theology and the humanities disciplines. She is known and beloved for her counseling and pastoring students throughout their time in PBC and beyond.

She is an elder and leader at Mannahouse church. She is a gifted communicator with a strong prophetic message, often speaking at conferences and local churches nationally and internationally.She has authored four books as well.

Glenda, and her husband Ken, are parents of two married children and five grandchildren. Both families are serving Jesus and bearing good fruit in their respective communities, one in Baltimore, Maryland and the other in Cambodia.


  • Mannahouse (Elder)



  • The Hidden Power of a Mothers Heart, City Christian Publishing
  • The Hidden Power of a Surrendered Life, City Christian Publishing
  • The Hidden Power of Undefeatable Faith, City Christian Publishing
  • Women You are Called and Anointed, City Christian Publishing


  • Her Family (husband, adult children & grandchildren)
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Hiking
  • Snow-skiing



Ken Malmin, Dean & Professor of Theology

Bachelor of Theology

Ken and Glenda came to Portland Bible College from Oral Roberts University in 1971. Together they serve PBC as the College Deans.

Ken is from a family of ministers, his father and grandfathers also being in the ministry. Immediately after graduating from PBC, he began teaching at Portland Bible College. Ken also serves as an executive pastor and elder at Mannahouse, formerly City Bible Church, and is on the Apostolic Leadership Team of Ministers’ Fellowship International (MFI).

Ken has co-authored five textbooks, which are used in the classroom at PBC and around the world. He is known for his ability to illuminate scripture and doctrine with precision while at the same time making it personally applicable.




  • Bible Research, City Christian Publishing
  • Interpreting the Scriptures, City Christian Publishing
  • New Testament Survey, City Christian Publishing
  • Old Testament Survey, City Christian Publishing



Carlos Marin, Vice President of Advancement 

Master of Business Administration

Carlos Marin and his family joined Mannahouse in 2005.  Since then, Carlos’ outstanding leadership skills have been appreciated in Mannahouse as the Human Resource Administrator, Communications Pastor, Church Online Campus Pastor, Spanish Campus Pastor and in Portland Bible College as the School Administrator.

Carlos brings an excellent blend of education, ministry, and management experience to Portland Bible College.  His educational background includes a B.S. in Organizational Leadership from Biola University and an MBA from George Fox University.  His ministerial experience encompasses a wide variety of positions in youth ministry, worship and creative arts, communications, multisite church simulcast management, church administration, leadership development and christian education. Carlos enjoys speaking at different annual international conferences, retreats and churches. Previously, Carlos was Associate Pastor at Comunidad Cristiana Nueva Esperanza in Los Angeles, CA.

Carlos has been working in Higher Education Administration since 2001 at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management of Claremont Graduate University and at George Fox University.  He and his wife, Clarissa, have two daughters and reside in Happy Valley, Oregon.



  • Pneumatology and Prophetic Ministry
  • Leadership
  • Management, Non-profit management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Church Law
  • International Cultures & Languages



Clarissa Marin, Registrar & International Student Advisor

Bachelor of Management and Organizational Leadership

Clarissa graduated from George Fox University. She and her family joined Mannahouse in 2003. Clarissa worked in the field of education for ten years before joining the Mannahouse staff.  She joined the PBC staff in 2010 as Registrar and International Student Advisor. Clarissa serves as Spanish Service Pastor in our Mannahouse Rocky Butte Campus. She has a passion to see young people equipped and succeed in life.



Sarah Nashif-Tan, Vice President of Institutional Innovation

Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts

Sarah Nashif-Tan came to Portland Bible College in 2009 to launch the Online Program and Church Partnership Programs, which now has welcomed thousands of students into both credit and non-credit programs. Today, she serves as Vice-President of Innovation as well as a teaching courses on Worldviews and Social Responsibility.

Before arriving at PBC, Sarah worked in multiple government, public policy, and advocacy roles including Legislative Aide for Oregon Legislature, Intelligence Analyst for US Government, Campaign Manager for the Oregon Parental Notification Campaign and 9 months working poverty and education projects in Uganda. Sarah graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor’s in Government and International Politics from George Mason University. She also holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from George Fox University and an Associate of Church Leadership from PBC. 

Sarah loves engaging with different cultures and has traveled to over 25 countries, including to Egypt, Uganda, China and through Europe. She and her husband, Wesley have two young boys and live and renovate old homes in the heart of Portland. Sarah is a true Daniel to society. Her passion for applying the Word of God to social issues will motivate you to be a reforming influence in culture. 


  • Government/Politics
  • Travel/Culture
  • Church
  • Coffee and Good Conversation



Matt McCaul, Student Services Coordinator

Bachelor of Theology

Originally from Eugene, Oregon, and having lived in both Cambodia and Mexico, Matt has spent more time outside of the United States than in it. He graduated from PBC in 2011 with a Bachelor of Theology with an emphasis in Pastoral Leadership. He and his wife Lena were pastoring in Mexico until February 2020, when God called them back to Portland. Matt is passionate about innovation in the local church, discipleship, and leadership multiplication.


  • Long bike rides
  • Deep conversations
  • Geocaching



Kandice Serrano, Admissions & Assistant to the Registrar

Bachelor of Theology

Kandice graduated from Portland Bible College in 2018 with a Bachelor of Theology. She is the children’s pastor at the Mannahouse Downtown campus in addition to her administrative work at PBC. She currently lives in Portland and is married to a PBC Alum, Federico Serrano.



Seth Sokoloff, Adjunct Professor of Theology

Seth Sokoloff is totally sold-out for the local church, and longs for it to become all that God has commissioned it to be. After spending close to ten years in Uganda, East Africa, as a missionary, Seth and his family moved to Portland, Oregon, where Seth is now serving as the Director of Missions at Mannahouse Church. His desire is to see young and old alike encounter God and experience genuine life transformation. He is married to the woman of his dreams, Diana, and they have one energetic young son, Tucker.    


  • Mannahouse (Director of Missions)


  • A Man, a Boat, and Some Fish: Finding Your Identity so You Can Help Others Find Theirs
  • Glory to Glory: A Book about Change (Resource Publications)



Jess Strickland, Adjunct Professor of Theology



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