I am a follower of Jesus, the husband to Alison, father to Ian, a multi-vocational pastor with Williamsburg Christian Church, founder of 3e Restoration Inc, contextual theologian, clinical trauma professional, S.T.A.R. practitioner (Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience), ethnographer, community organizer, TEDx alum, and coffee drinker. I am also an adjunct professor at Rochester University where I teach courses in philosophy, ethics, christian history, theology, leadership, and ethnography. Finally, I am grateful to serve on the leadership team with The Historic Triangle Chapter of Coming to the Table and a founding board member of Virginia’s Racial Healing Institute.
In God’s grace, I was given the honor to serve with WCC in October 2010. I received my B.S. in Ministry/Bible at Amridge University and a Masters of Religious Education in Missional Leadership from Rochester University. Currently I am a candidate for the Doctorate of Ministry in Contextual Theology at Northern Seminary.
Glad to finally get inside the head of Fred. I hope you get as much from this experience as those who read your posts. God bless you!
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Hi Fred. If you’re who I think you are…I’m your long lost cousin! I am Linda from Albany, GA. Is your Granddad from Albany who is now in Africa? Would love to get in touch with you and the family.
Hi Linda. Yes, I am that guy. It is good to connect with you on here. Send me your email address and I will get you in touch with my mom and dad.
Looking forward to following
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Glad we are staying connected bro!
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