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  • Sandra Young | Columbia International University
    B A George Fox University Certificate in Bible Columbia International University M A T in English The Citadel Ph D in English University of South Carolina teacher Charleston County School District 1999 2001 Faculty member Columbia College 2006 2013 Faculty Columbia International University 2013 present Sandra was born and reared in Toppenish Washington After graduating from George Fox University in Newberg Oregon she married and moved to Columbia South Carolina where she found employment as an Executive Secretary and administrative assistant She earned her master s degree in Charleston South Carolina and upon completion taught high school English in a local urban high school When the family returned to Columbia she enrolled at the University of South Carolina and earned a Ph D in English with an emphasis in Composition and African American Literature Sandra taught writing literature and methods classes for seven years at Columbia College where she directed the English Education program Sandra relaxes by either reading a good book or spending time with her husband Charles and their two grown children and marvels that God has allowed her to make a living doing what she enjoys most B A George Fox University Certificate in Bible Columbia International

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  • Our Faculty | Columbia International University
    teachers and administrators in both public and Christian schools Add in former military chaplains experienced practicing family counselors and experts in ancient languages to name a few and you get just the right mix of experience and devotion to God that makes CIU a leader among the nation s Christian universities and seminaries Our student faculty ratio for undergraduates is 17 to 1 At the graduate and seminary level it

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/about-ciu/leadership-and-administration/our-faculty (2016-01-26)
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  • Mark Bolte | Columbia International University
    raised in Binghamton New York and has lived most of his life along the east coast Dr Bolte has worked in the area of mental health since 1984 with experiences in the areas of chemical dependency stress and trauma management military and public safety psychology and several different outpatient Christian private practices He came to Columbia with his wife Susan and their two boys Scott and Reese after being stationed at Fort Jackson by the United States Army Here he served as the Chief Psychologist and helped to develop the Drill Sergeant screening program Dr Bolte continued work in the area of personnel psychology through his position with the South Carolina Department of Public Safety where he managed the psychological screening of law enforcement officers and taught at the police academy He also maintains a part time private practice with a group of other Christian therapists in downtown Columbia Dr Bolte began teaching at CIU in 2000 Here he discovered his passion to teach and mentor as he led students to explore God s process of healing and growth Strongly influenced by the teaching and writing of Dr Larry Crabb Dr Bolte would describe his view of Christian counseling as centered upon the Spirit empowered relational communication of grace and truth within a developmental and cultural understanding of the individual He is fond of quoting Dr Crabb as saying nothing changes us more than to look bad in the face of love When not spending his free time with his family Dr Bolte can be found either in his gardens or tinkering at his workbench PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE APA residency in clinical psychology 1996 Tripler Army Medical Center Psy D Clinical Psychology 1996 Florida Tech Mental health worker Sheppard Pratt hospital 1984 89 psychotherapist in private practice Baltimore MD 1988 1992

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  • Karen Close | Columbia International University
    Texas a Canadian and widower with a son Allen Jack and Karen moved to South Carolina after serving in ministry for over 30 years with Western Christian high school and college in Canada While in Canada she was heavily involved in church and community volunteer activities Karen is passionate about the church and helping to make it a safe place for people to receive help and spiritual guidance In addition

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  • John Crutchfield | Columbia International University
    A Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions M Div Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Israel Study Tour 1990 M Phil D Phil Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati John grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland Ohio and enjoys being outside in cold weather As a kid in the 70s he played ice hockey and watched the Browns and Indians lose a lot of games As a college student he traveled extensively in Europe and Israel He counseled troubled youth for the Hamilton County Juvenile Court in Cincinnati Ohio for five years before pastoring churches in suburban Cincinnati and in Ohio farm country As professor of Bible John is passionate about attaching young people to God as their primary source of self image security fulfillment and purpose in life He believes all of life should be lived with joyful passion to the glory of God He enjoys studying taking long walks and spending time with his wife and four children Certificate Torchbearer Schools Capernwray Hall England and Tauernhof Austria B A Columbia Bible College M A Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions M Div Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Israel Study Tour 1990 M Phil D

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  • Helmuth Egelkraut | Columbia International University
    You are here Helmuth Egelkraut Helmuth Egelkraut Helmuth Egelkraut Professor at Large M Div Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary Th D Princeton Theological Seminary Th D 1973 Princeton Theological Seminary faculty 1965 66 Gordon College and Divinity School faculty 1967 69 Brugam Bible School missionary 1967 70 Liebenzell Mission faculty 1973 77 Missions seminar Bad Liebenzell pastor 1977 78 Evang Kirche Unterreichenbach faculty 1978 90 Missionsschule Weissach faculty 1987 99 dean

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/helmuth-egelkraut (2016-01-26)
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  • Brian P. Gault | Columbia International University
    leader He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society where he serves on the steering committee for the Old Testament Wisdom Literature study group He has written articles for several scholarly journals and is currently writing a monograph on the Song of Songs and a commentary on the book of Esther Books Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Kregel Exegetical Commentary In Preparation Esther Kerux An Integrative Commentary for Proclamation Old Testament Under Contract Articles Is Her Door Open or Closed Another Look at Architectural Images in Song 8 8 10 in Poetic Approaches to the Song of Songs Society of Biblical Literature Forthcoming A Do Not Disturb Sign Reexamining the Adjuration Refrain in Song of Songs Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 36 2011 93 104 The Fragments of Canticles from Qumran Implications Limitations for Interpretation Revue de Qumran 95 24 2010 351 71 An Admonition Against Rousing Love The Meaning of the Enigmatic Refrain in Song of Songs Bulletin for Biblical Research 20 2010 161 84 A Reexamination of Eternity in Ecclesiastes 3 11 Bibliotheca Sacra 165 2008 39 57 Reviews Review of Job Preaching the Word by Christopher Ash in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society Forthcoming Review of Job Baker Commentary on Old Testament Wisdom Psalms by Tremper Longman III in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 56 4 2013 842 45 Review of Old Testmant Wisdom Literature A Theological Introduction by Craig G Bartholomew and Ryan P O Dowd in the Southeastern Theological Review 4 2 Winter 2013 Review of Song of Songs Brazos Theological Commentary by Paul J Griffiths in the Southeastern Theological Review 3 2 Winter 2012 273 74 Paper Presentations Job s Hope Redeemer or Retribution ETS National Meeting 20 November 2014 Is Her Door Open or Closed Another Look

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  • Karen Grant | Columbia International University
    University Dr Karen Grant joined the CIU faculty in 2001 and continues to teach Youth Ministry Family and Culture courses in the Seminary School of Ministry Before coming to Columbia she served as senior high women s director and junior high director in congregations in Illinois She has ministered cross culturally in South Korea the Dominican Republic and Honduras She is currently serveing as the Youth Director at her church

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