Meet Our Team

Mark Menga, PhD

Associate Professor

Department: Communication & Media Arts

Office Location: Lancaster

Dr. Mark Menga lives in Lancaster, PA with his wife and son. As a family they enjoy being outdoors, having new adventures, and spending time with relatives.

Dr. Menga has been teaching communication, media and film courses since the year 2000.

He has taught courses at Cairn University, Regent University, Hampton University, Old Dominion University, and currently teaches at Lancaster Bible College.

Dr. Menga has studied media and culture at the graduate and doctoral levels, specifically looking at how visual media impact the soul.

Born into a Christ-following family, Dr. Menga accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior at the tender age of 5. Since junior high his studies have been seeped in a biblical worldview approach. He majored in Biblical Studies for his bachelor’s degree and brings that knowledge to bear upon the realms of Christianity, Culture, and the Mass Media.


PhD in Communication, with a Media Studies emphasis. Regent University. Virginia Beach, VA.
MA in Film, Critical Studies and Communication. Regent University. Virginia Beach, VA.
BS in Biblical Studies. Cairn University. Langhorne, PA.

Courses Taught:

COM 102 Introduction to Communication
COM 110 Principles and Practices
COM/HUM 212 Media: Conveyor of Cultural Ideas
COM/HUM 312 Cinema and Christianity: Faith in Hollywood Films
COM/HUM 412 Cinema and Culture: Influencing and Reflecting American Society
HUM 422 Christian Perspectives
LAN 104 Public Speaking
PHI 201 Introduction to Philosophy

Publications/Creative Works:

Dissertation: Digital Dualism: The Invisible Soul Made Visible Through Digitally Animated Humans in American Cinema.
Thesis: Misfits and Melancholy Nightmares: The Gothic World of Tim Burton’s


I press on to possess that perfection for which Christ Jesus first possessed me. Philippians 3:12 (NLT)