Ramapo College of New Jersey (Mental Health)
Alliance Theological Seminary (Master's)
Palmer Theological Seminary (Master's)
I am an Adjunct Philosophy Professor of four happy and healthy years of teaching at Northampton Community College. I have taught the classes of "Death and Dying" "World Religions" and will be teaching "Philosophy - Ethics & Moral" and "College success" this fall. I truly enjoy teaching and making a different in the lives of people - be it children, youth, and or adults. I love to create a healthy and happy learning environment for student to be able to learn freely, feel their self-worth, and advance to their full learning potentials
I have had the privilege to worked for the past ten years in the capacity of being a leader in the role of Children and Youth Ministry Director, Sunday School teacher and superintendent, Bible Study teacher, and leader in several churches both in New York and Pennsylvania.
I have also been blessed to worked as a substitute teacher for short increments of time in New York and as a Registered Substitute Teacher at a school in Bethlehem, PA I am presently working as a Lay-delegate at a church, helping with Bible and Book Studies; Vacation Bible School and am hoping to give my time and talent wherever, and whenever need in the work of the church and its surrounding communities.
I especially have a deep love for the advancement of children, knowing that they are our future leaders, teachers, doctors, preachers, and life-savers. I enjoy when they come to an understanding of the lesson. To see the look of acknowledgement on their faces saying "I have got it" is truly a joy and honor.
It is my motto and philosophical belief to share what
I have been privileged and blessed with - knowledge and learning - with others. It is my goal in life to keep on being an "Inspirational - Teacher (Professor), Preacher, and Speaker" through out my life.
I am an Adjunct Philosophy Professor of four happy and healthy years of teaching at Northampton Community College. I have taught the classes of "Death and Dying" "World Religions" and will be teaching "Philosophy - Ethics & Moral" and "College success" this fall. I truly enjoy teaching and making a different in the lives of people - be it
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I have studied theology for seven years and have obtained two masters degree (1) Master of Divinity with the concentration in 'Biblical Studies'. (2) Masters Theological Studies - with the concentration in 'Church Mission/Grief and Loss'.
I have had training in Chaplin care; teaches Bible Study and Sunday School Classes in church and I do believe that I have the qualifications to teach Religion.
Also, for three semesters I have taught World Religions in the Community College level and my students were very successful in their learning.