God has blessed JHBC with exceptional men and women in each facet of the school. Quality and gifted personnel compliment a superb faculty of resident and adjunct professors. We thank God for His provision of each one.
Don and Beverly Landis
President/Professor & Resident Nurse
Pastor Don is the Sr. Pastor at Community Bible Church, Founding Chairman Emeritus of the Board at Answers in Genesis, and President/Professor at JHBC. His hobbies are reading, taking walks, watching old BBC movies, hunting and taking his grandchildren fishing.
Mrs. Landis is the wonderful wife of Pastor Don. She is the school’s nurse, and the head of the Manna Ministry. Her hobbies are being a grandma, coupon-ing, yardsale-ing, and tea parties.
She and Pastor Don have two daughters Annie and Holly. Both daughters live and work at the school with their husbands. They have seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Scott and Holly Austin
Dean of Students & Administrator
Scott is the Dean of Students and also an Elder at Community Bible Church. Scott works part-time as a shooting instructor. Scott enjoys hunting, camping, hiking and anything that involves spending time with his grandchildren.
Holly is the Administrator at JHBC. She enjoys volleyball, hiking, broomball, and playing with her grandchildren.
Scott and Holly have two daughters who attended JHBC and married JHBC alumni. Their oldest daughter and her husband work for JHBC and their youngest daughter and her husband reside in Little Rock, Arkansas. They have five grandchildren.
Jared and Annie Kuhns
Facility Director & Head Cooks
Jared is the Facility Director and Head Cook. Jared’s hobbies are professional sports (he knows everything about every team!), hunting and fishing. Jared is married to Annie and they have five children. Jared is a JHBC alumni and graduated in 2000.
Annie is also Head Cook and is known for her amazing pastries, desserts and gourmet popcorn. Besides cooking, Annie loves puzzles, volleyball, hanging out with students and spending time with her kids.
Jared and Anne also run the Jackson Hole Rodeo concessions booths in the summer. Annie is a JH native and JHBC alumni; she graduated in 2001.
Wade and Jessica Woodhouse
Resident Director & Social Media Administrator
Wade is one of our Resident Directors. He is originally from Elgin, Illinois. He enjoys basketball, baseball, broomball, volleyball, disk golf, ultimate frisbee, snowboarding, wake boarding, reading, foosball, hanging out with students and spending time with his children. Wade graduated from JHBC in 2012.
Jessica is our Student Hostess. She enjoys making jewelry, snowboarding, surfing, volleyball, interior decorating, going out for coffee (she is a coffee connoisseur), planning JHBC’s events and parties and spending time with her children. Jessica graduated from JHBC in 2011.
Wade and Jessica have two sons and a daughter.
Grace hails from the great state of Arkansas, and is the sixth of nine children. She grew up attending a church pastored by her dad and two uncles, and composed of many of her family members and close friends. Growing up she had the unique experience of being private-schooled, then home-schooled, then public-schooled. After graduation, she made the decision to study at JHBC, and loved her year here so much that she joined as staff for the following school year. She has now been at the college for over three years. She loves art, music, hiking, snowboarding, and most importantly, sharing the gospel with the lost. Grace graduated from JHBC in 2018.
Women’s Head RA
Abbey Norris spent the first eight years of her life in Mexico where her parents worked as missionaries and church planters. In 2009, her family relocated to a coastal town in Oregon where they continue to work with Hispanics through cross-cultural missions. Until August of 2020, Abbey served alongside her family ministering in both youth and children programs. Abbey attended JHBC in 2020-2021 along with her older brother John Mark. After graduating, she made the decision to join the staff at Jackson Hole Bible College. Abbey loves competition, team sports, playing guitar, ukulele and writing music inspired by the Word.
Kaileyanne grew up on a ranch in northwest Kansas. She is the second of eight children and one of only two girls. She was homeschooled her whole life, and worked alongside her family in the cattle business. She attended JHBC in 2017-18 and immediately developed a heart for the place. Her time here increased her desire to serve the Lord and spread the good news. She enjoys doing so surrounded by so many godly people! She also enjoys reading, basketball, broomball, and working outside.
Assistant RA / IT/AV
Abby Klase was born and raised in Allentown Pennsylvania. She is the youngest child of ten and was raised in a Christian home. She heard about JHBC through her three older sisters who attended the college and then stayed on staff for many years. She graduated high school in 2020 and headed off to JHBC. She enjoyed all the classes and the different professors and she was very thankful for the team of staff that served every day. After graduating from JHBC in May of 2021, she felt that the Lord was leading her to stay on staff at the college. She has now been on staff ever since and feels truly blessed to serve in this way. She is an assistant to the RAs and is kitchen staff. She enjoys singing, playing spikeball, ultimate frisbee, card games, and hanging out with friends.
Grace is an assistant cook at JHBC. She was raised on a farm in central east Iowa. After being homeschooled, she graduated High School in 2019. One year later the Lord put it on her heart to attend Jackson Hole Bible College. She enjoyed every minute and learned more than she could have ever asked for! She loved the welcoming environment, staff, and professors. She decided to continue serving God and came back to be on staff. JHBC has been a huge blessing in her life. Grace enjoys playing music, working outside, laughing with friends, and spending time with her family.
Abby Weitman was born and raised on a small farm in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. She is the second of four children, and had the blessing of growing up in a Christian home. She was homeschooled her whole life, and then took a gap year to work before coming to JHBC. Her aunt is an alumni of the college and had a huge influence in her decision to attend JHBC. After an incredible year of learning about our Creator and His creation, Abby graduated in May of 2023. She came back on staff with the desire to serve others the way she had been served. Abby enjoys spending time with friends, hiking, learning new things, gardening, and being in the kitchen.
Born in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and raised in Kalispell, Montana, Jonathan’s family has always been ministry minded. He is related to the families on the JHBC campus and would often help them with their summer kids’ camp programs. He grew up homeschooled and counseled at Bible camps and youth groups in Montana. He also grew up a theater kid which helped him learn how to sing, dance and act. Strangely enough, he is the only JHBC staff member to have not been a student at JHBC. After graduation, he attended Glacier Bible College of which his father, Dean Landis directed. Knowing his spiritual giftings and God-given talents, Jonathan headed back to his second home to serve and lead the students at JHBC.
Jonathan loves football, board games, milkshakes, Biblical conversations and his family on and off the campus.
I was born in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania; one of six children. I worked as a tree foreman for five years and a roofing foreman for an additional five years. I became a born-again believer in September of 2020. Following surrendering my life to Christ, I attended JHBC as a student in the year 2021-2022. Here I gained a firm foundation in Christ and how to live a life glorifying to Him according to His word. By taking a detailed journey through the Bible week after week and learning to correctly read and interpret Scripture, my life was transformed in many areas. Upon graduation, I decided to return as staff to help in the area of maintenance and where I am needed. I realized through my year at JHBC, my desire for ministry is to encourage and disciple young men in the Gospel and their relationship with Christ. I enjoy hearing how people became believers and what their journey has taught them about God’s sovereignty. I also enjoy hiking and fishing in my free time.
“He saved us not on the basis of our deeds which we have done in righteousness, but according to His mercy, by the washing of regeneration of the Holy spirit, Whom He poured out upon us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, so the being justified by His grace we would be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life.”