Pastor Richard N. Johnston has been chairman of the board of directors since 1997 and a board member since 1997. Johnston is currently senior pastor of Second Reformed Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, having labored there alongside Dr. Roy Blackwood for many years. He also serves as pastoral chair of the Reformed Society of Indiana. He and his wife Beckie have three children and three grandchildren.
Dr. Roy Blackwood has been on the board of directors since 1997. From 1966-2006, Dr. Blackwood served as senior pastor of Second Reformed Presbyterian Church. Over the years, he has been used by God in the development of ministries in several different cities around Indiana. He continues to assist ion the ministry of the church and teaches seminary-level courses in church history. He and his wife Margie reside in Zionsville and have three grown children and five grandchildren.
Mr. Michael H. Stikeleather serves as general counsel and corporate secretary and has been on the board since 1999. His primary role is in handling the business and legal affairs of IBCC. Stikeleather is currently self-employed as manager of a real estate development company called LEEDS, LLC. He and his wife Pamela reside in Carmel and have three children.
Mr. Richard L. Fannin has served on the board of directors since 1997. As treasurer, he handles the various financial aspects of the ministry. He also served in the past as an assistant counselor and prayer partner. Before his retirement in 1990, Fannin worked as a program manager with Detroit Diesel Allison, a branch of GM. He and his wife JoAnn reside in Noblesville and have two grown children and three grandchildren.
Mr. Russell B. Pulliam serves as contributing editor and has been a member of the board since 1997. As a journalist, he employs his professional skills in helping to oversee the publications and resource materials put out by IBCC. Pulliam is associate editor of the Indianapolis Star, an adjunct professor of journalism at Butler University, and an instructor at the World Journalism Institute and Cornerstone Journalism Institute. In addition, he serves as an elder of Second Reformed Presbyterian Church. He and his wife Ruth reside in Indianapolis and have six children.
Mr. Stephen Becker has been a member of the board of directors since 1999 and currently serves as vice-president. He has also been active in resource development and in raising support for IBCC. Becker works for Airtron, LP and Paul E. Smith Plumbing and partners in several other businesses including A-1 Mechanical of Michigan, LLC. He is also the founder and president of the Character Council of Indiana. He and his wife Avis are members of Trinity Wesleyan Church. They reside in Carmel and have two grown children and six grandchildren.