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Summary

My career includes nine years in higher education, thirty plus years in active congregational ministry, two graduate degrees in the field of theology and ministry, and a nearly complete graduate degree in instructional design for online learning. I have taught in traditional classrooms, accelerated degree completion programs, and online courses. In addition, I have redesigned several online courses for more effective learning and I have an excellent reputation with my students.

Work experience

Aug 2003Present

Adjunct Professor

Warner University
Teach undergraduate courses: Evangelism and Congregational Vitality; Communicating the Gospel; Christian Faith and Scripture. This includes teaching in traditional, accelerated, and online classrooms.
Mar 2009Present

Adjunct Professor

Knowledge Elements

Teach undergraduate online courses: New Testament Survey; Evangelism and Discipleship.

Teach Graduate Course: Connecting: Biblical Principles for Effective Relationships

Mar 2009Present

Adjunct Professor

Knowledge Elements

Teach undergraduate online courses: New Testament Survey; Evangelism and Discipleship.

Teach Graduate Course: Connecting: Biblical Principles for Effective Relationships

Education

Dec 2010Present

PhD

Capella University
Jan 2005May 2008

Doctor of Ministry

Asbury Theological Seminary

My degree program focused in two main areas, evangelism and Christian leadership. My specialty is on developing and mentoring leaders for the church. In the dissertation phase of my program I researched and wrote on the role of men mentoring women for vocational Christian ministry.