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Pastor Yuet Lin Chan has entered the Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Direction degree program. He received a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Accountancy from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and his Master of Divinity in Bible Study was earned from Alliance Bible Seminary. Pastor Chan also received a Master of Theology in Bible Study-Old Testament from China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong. He currently serves as a Pastor.
Deacon Neil J. Fuller has begun his studies in the Bachelor of Theology degree program. Deacon Fuller serves as a deacon in a Roman Catholic Diocese in the state of New York where he is involved in an Elderly Nutrition Program and serves as Pastoral Associate.
Rev. Catherine Kuschel is working toward her Doctor of Psychology degree with the Graduate Theological Foundation. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology from the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point and a Master of Arts in Adult Education from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Her Master of Divinity in Theology was awarded by Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, and her Master in Counseling was earned from Doane College in Nebraska. Rev. Kuschel currently serves as a therapist and mental health professional as well as Priest-in-Charge.
Mrs. Sharon Jacobson has entered the Doctor of Ministry degree program. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. Her Master of Arts in Latin American Studies was granted by the University of Texas at Austin. Mrs. Jacobson received a Certificate of Completion in Spiritual Direction from The Cenacle Spiritual Direction Institute in Houston and is currently studying at Oblate Graduate School of Theology in San Antonio.
Dr. Jonathan Watts has recently been accepted into the Doctor of Theology degree program. He holds a Master of Divinity degree in Theology from Emory University, a Doctor of Ministry in Theology and Orality from United Theological Foundation, and a Ph.D. in Theological Studies from the Graduate Theological Foundation. Dr. Watts holds a GTF faculty position as John Wesley Professor of Homiletics and Biblical Studies.