Kelly Fasoldt

Offices of Humanities and General Education


Philippians 3:7-8aBut whatever gain I had, I counted as loss for the sake of Christ. Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.

Member of National Association of Professional Women

I was born in Seoul, Korea and grew up locally. While attending college at Roberts Wesleyan, I began my life-long service in education and Christian ministry. It is my passion to further the Gospel, the great news of Jesus Christ to heal all of our brokenness and fulfill our secret longing. I have a desire to see the message of the Gospel and its power fill the world in every sphere of life, and to live it with my heart, head, hands and feet. Having been abandoned at the age of 2 in Korea, and blessed to be transported into a Christian family half-way around the world, I know that God cares about the least, the lost, and the last. God has great power to accomplish wondrous things for each of us.

For the last two decades, Kelly has homeschooled her 5 children, meanwhile, founding and directing Gloria Deo Homeschool Cooperative. While there she also taught Latin, Composition, and directed the Gloria Deo Players in various theatrical productions. In the summers Kelly has enjoyed serving as Camp Shepherd during the Girls’ Alive weeks at Camp Hickory Hill, providing pastoral care and Bible studies.

Kelly and her husband of approximately 30 years enjoy many activities together, including serving internationals, serving the body of Christ, mountain climbing, tent camping, biking, and cooking. They are extremely blessed with 5 children, one daughter-in-law and their delightful granddaughter.