While writing for the general book market beckons to me always, the world of academic writing is also deeply imbedded in my background. With a graduate degree in religious studies and Old Testament, I am drawn to research for academic settings. Over the past decade, I have authored a variety of scholarly works used for The Center for Christian Leadership and my classes at Anderson University.
These scholarly works are:
“What Mean These Stones? An Introduction to Archaeology and History of the Ancient Near East”
“Reformation’s Song: A History of Hymnody of the Church of God”
“Shepherding the Flock: Leadership Lessons from the Church of God”
“The Life & Teachings of Jesus: From the Gospel of Luke”
“Questions from Jesus: Seven Critical Questions Every Believer Must Answer”
These works are available in manual form by contacting the Center for Christian Leadership.
An academic work I am particularly pleased with is related to student debt and living a life of stewardship. This book, Spiritual Matters: Faith and Finances for Ministry and Education (2015) is FREE for anyone interested in thinking about stewardship and living debt free across a lifetime. Download it today.
A co-authored article with Dr. John Aukerman on “Mapping Structural Change” in seminaries. Published in the Association of Theological Journal, Theological Education, pages 63-77.