Abundant Life school Administration

  • justin moseley

    superintendent


    JMOSELEY@ABUNDANTLIFESCHOOL.ORG

    Mr. Moseley has been a part of Abundant Life School his entire life.  After graduating from Abundant Life School in 1995 and Ouachita Baptist University in 1999, he returned to join the faculty as a secondary math teacher and coach. He has served as Superintendent since 2011.  Mr. Moseley holds a master's degree in Educational Administration and Supervision from the University of Arkansas Little Rock.  Justin and his wife, Kari, have three daughters currently attending Abundant Life School. 

  • matt kephart

    principal


    mkephart@abundantlifeschool.org

    Mr. Kephart joined Abundant Life School in 2016 as the Middle/High School Principal.  He previously served 10 years at Phil-Mont Christian Academy in Philadelphia, PA.  Mr. Kephart earned a B.A. in Pastoral Ministries from Toccoa Falls College and a master's degree in Biblical Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary.  He will complete a second master's degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Cairn University in 2017.  Matt and his wife, Kristie, have two daughters that currently attend Abundant Life School.

Abundant Life School board

The school board at Abundant Life School is comprised of seven members from Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church.  The church makes effort the fill the positions with a diverse group of men and women from all walks of life.  Some have or have had children attend Abundant Life School.  Members serve a three year team, and each year you will find a mix of men and women from the business word and educators or former educators,  A common thread is that each member volunteers their time to help Abundant Life School to be a Christian school that brings glory to the Lord.  You may email them at schoolboard@abundantlifeschool.org.


2016-2017 School Board:

Left to Right: Pastor Keith Brickell, Sandra Roberts, (Superintendent Justin Moseley), MaRanda Herring, President Garlen Davis, Sheila Roberts, Craig Collins, Stephanie Hatton, and Allan Grandgenett