Title: Faculty Adjunct
Started at Calvary: June 2011
Professional Information: B.A., (Pastoral Studies), Calvary Bible College, 1990; M.Min., (Ministry), Northland International University, 1998; D.Min., (Biblical Counsling) Northland International University, 2008.
Favorite aspect of teaching at Calvary: I throroughly enjoy the interaction with the students and appreciate their hunger for biblical truth.
Favorite class to teach: "Foundations of Counseling" because I love to see theology practically workled out in life.
Professional Organization(s): , Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ABC), Biblical Counseling Coalition (BCC)
Originally from: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Favorite memory as a Calvary student: My theology and Bible survey classes were the highlight of my time at Calvary Bible College. I especially remember Contemporary Theology taught by the college president.
How did past ministry/professional experience lead to your position at Calvary: My almost 20 years of pastoral ministry has included a special emphasis in biblical counseling, which was the subject of my doctoral work. Biblical counseling is also the realm in which most of my publishing ministry falls.
Ministry/Professional involvement outside of Calvary: Since 1992, I have served as a pastor-teacher of Immanuel Bible Church in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. I teach in several seminaries here in the States and overseas. I am in blogging at CounselingOneAnother.com, have been involved with NANC sinc 2006, and am involved with the Biblical Counseling Coalition. Additionally, I am an author as well as the editor of the Living in a Fallen World biblical counseling booklet series.