Director of Administrative Technology
Currently the Director of Administrative Technology, Brian Amstutz has served in multiple roles in the many iterations of Asbury Seminary's technology departments for nearly 35 years. He assists staff in configuring and using the Seminary's data information systems, as well as extracting and formatting data for reporting and analysis. He and his talented staff of three help to keep the Seminary's information systems integrated and running as smoothly as possible.
Brian and his wife, Lisa, have been married since December 2016 and have a combined total of 8 children (6 adults, 2 teenagers), 4 children-in-law, 3 grandchildren, and an assortment of granddogs and grandcats! He enjoys watching TV and movies with his wife, reading (Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, Dick Francis, Clive Cussler), and hiking.
Jason is primarily responsible for creating applications to support the success of staff, faculty, and students.
He and his wife just celebrated their 15th anniversary. They live in Versailles with their three children (two boys and the youngest a girl). They have two dogs and love to watch movies and play Minecraft when they're not driving all over the state for one sporting event or another.
Bob Thimons is a Software Developer at Asbury Theological Seminary.
Outside the seminary, Bob's interests include cooking, growing chili peppers, and Japanese culture and language. He lives with his wife and son in close proximity to his parents to help with his father who has early onset Alzheimer's disease.
Administrative Technology Specialist
Paul Bebout is the Administrative Technology Specialist on the Administrative Technology team in the Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS) department. He provides Tier 2 support to the seminary’s ERP system. He is involved in the administration of Active Directory and Google G Suite as well the server applications Alertus and Microsoft SCCM. He has over 15 years’ experience in various facets of Information Technology (IT).
Paul is retired military, having served in Air Force intelligence. He and his wife Josephine have been married for over 30 years and have four adult children. He is near completion of a Ph.D. with the intention of teaching Greek and New Testament at the undergraduate or graduate level.