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Beloved Everybody Church, Los Angeles, CA
Cyclical LA, Los Angeles, CA
Director of Spiritual Formation
for church starters and discerning church starters
1001 New Worshiping Communities
Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA
Adjunct Professor of Christian Ethics
Director of Student Success and Access Services
First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
Co-Director of Student Ministries (Jr. and Sr. High)
L'Arche Wavecrest, Orange, CA
Part Time Assistant/Volunteer
San Francisco Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA
Adjunct Professor, Southern California Campus
Lanterman High School, Los Angeles
Special Education Teacher
Portsbridge Hospice, Atlanta, GA
Chaplain, Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)
Grady Hospital HIV/AIDS Clinic, Atlanta, GA
Fuller Theological Seminary
Ph.D., Theology, Concentration: Christian Ethics; minor: Old Testament
Dissertation Title: Disability, Healing, and Jesus: Perspectives and Practices from the Gospels
Columbia Theological Seminary
Master of Divinity