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  • Harvey Payne | Columbia International University
    related issues e g pain management adjustment to chronic illness or acquired injury He provides agency and staff consultation program development and staff training for various local agencies residential facilities and schools He has also served internationally as a consultant for the Kuwait Centre for Autism and the Oomit Corporation s development of a center for disabled children in Astana Kazakhstan B S Lancaster Bible College M A in Counseling Denver Seminary Psy D in Clinical Psychology Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology APA Internship Worcester State Hospital and University of Massachusetts Medical Center Post Doctoral Fellowship Alfred I duPont Institute now the Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children Clinical Practice Cedar Ridge Counseling Services and Children s Home Williamsport MD Counseling Services Director consultant 1985 1986 1986 1990 United Social and Mental Health Services Inc Day Kimball Hospital Putnam CT Windham Community Hospital Willimantic CT Crisis intervention and mental health consultations 1987 1988 Human Resource Institute Franklin MA nursing home consultant 1988 1990 Private Practice Waynesboro PA 1991 1995 Cedar Ridge Children s Home and School Inc Williamsport MD consultant previously residential director and staff psychologist 1991 2006 Greencastle Family Practice Greencastle PA Head staff of mental health department 1995 1999 Frances Leiter Center Chambersburg PA clinical director 1996 2006 Summit Behavioral Health Services Chambersburg Hospital Chambersburg PA and Waynesboro Hospital Waynesboro PA allied health professional staff and consultant 1997 2006 Western Maryland Intensive Behavior Management Program Hagerstown MD consultant 1998 2006 Arc of Washington County programs Autism Waiver Program Children s Residential Services Community Supported Living Arrangements program Phoenix Traumatic Brain Injury Program Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program Stepping Stones Program Hagerstown MD consultant 1998 2006 Clinical Child and Consulting Practice Waynesboro PA 1999 2006 Catholic Charities Chambersburg PA consultant 1999 2006 Kuwait Center for Autism Dhaiya Mubarak Abdullah Kuwait consultant

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/harvey-payne (2016-01-26)
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  • Leah Herod | Columbia International University
    Christian University Unpublished Manuscript Cook N and Herod L A 2004 Strangers in a Strange Land Unpublished document Herod L A and Cook N 2004 Cross Cultural Work Teaching People to Fish Unpublished Manuscript Cook N and Herod L A 2002 Let Me Tell You a Story A Group with Sudanese Children Treatment manual Unpublished document Shapiro S K Buckhalt J A and Herod L A 1995 Evaluation of learning disabled students with the Differential Ability Scales Journal of School Psychology 33 247 263 Shapiro S K and Herod L A 1994 Combining visual and auditory tasks in the assessment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder In D K Routh Ed Disruptive Behaviors in Childhood pp 87 107 New York Plenum Select Presentations Publications Herod L A 2008 October 3 Group Experiential Techniques Plan and Execution Workshop for Licensed Counselors at Palmetto Health Baptist Counseling Center Ridgeway South Carolina Herod L A Tampubolon A 2007 June Group Therapy Application of a Structured Group Format with Tsunami Survivors Herod L A 2007 April Counseling with Clients of a Different Faith Considerations and Cautions Refuge Egypt Cairo Egypt Parlato D and Herod L A 2006 April Challenges in Teams Working for Yourself versus Working for the Team A Case Study with Spiritual Applications Presentation and debriefing with three short term teams Bethel Christian Camp Gaston South Carolina Herod L A Parlato D and Watts C M 2006 February Team Dynamics Leadership Responsibility Ethics versus Personal Relationships Presentation for counselors at Columbia International University Columbia South Carolina Herod L A 2004 Sense of Community and Spontaneous Prayer A Study of Graduate Seminary Students at a Christian University Unpublished Manuscript Herod L A 2004 May Sense of Community among Graduate Students at CIU Research Results Presentation at Columbia International University Columbia South Carolina Cook N

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/leah-herod (2016-01-26)
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  • Robert C. McQuilkin | Columbia International University
    day before the ship s departure That left McQuilkin questioning God s next move for him and opened up the opportunity for McQuilkin to later accept the position to lead a new work in Columbia S C called the Southern Bible Institute It would soon be renamed Columbia Bible College and by 1994 Columbia International University McQuilkin s first career was in building construction while earning a bachelor s degree from the University of Pennsylvania His first ministry opportunity came 1912 as he went to work as associate editor for the influential Sunday School Times It was during this time that McQuilkin established the Oxford Conference in Pennsylvania where he proclaimed the Victorious Christian Life message which would become a core value of CIU In conjunction with Columbia Bible College McQuilkin founded the Ben Lippen Conference Center a place where the Victorious Christian Life was proclaimed and where young people were encouraged to consider the mission field McQuilkin s thoughts live on in a number of books including The Lord is My Shepherd Victory in Christ Joy and Victory and The Baptism of the Spirit Shall We Seek It While president of CIU McQuilkin kept a busy speaking schedule including

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/robert-c-mcquilkin (2016-01-26)
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  • College of Education | Columbia International University
    about the nature of students instructional strategies and curricular content knowledge skills and dispositions Preparation includes training that equips students to think in culturally responsive ways within classrooms that are increasingly diverse Degree Programs This mission encompasses the preparation of teachers to enter both early childhood and elementary classrooms with a five year two degree program including an undergraduate Bible major and graduate master s degree B A B S and M A T or a stand alone M A in Teaching M A T for those already completing a bachelor s degree Additionally at the master s level the COE provides training of K 12th grade Bible teachers M A in Bible Teaching ESOL teachers M A in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and the equipping of practicing teachers and administrators for Christian school leadership positions through advanced graduate studies Master of Education M Ed with tracks in Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Administration and Education Specialist Ed S At the doctoral level Doctor of Education Ed D three concentrations are available Christian Higher Education Leadership Christian School Leadership and Curricular and Instructional Leadership Global Impact Currently more than 100 graduate students are working during summers to become or to enhance their positions as K 12th grade Christian school principals and headmasters curriculum supervisors and administrators in Christian higher education These students drawn to Columbia International University through the reputation of our faculty and graduates currently come to study not only from schools across the United States but also from Australia Ethiopia Mozambique Indonesia Korea Bolivia China Taiwan Mexico the Dominican Republic and the Philippines There is no question that the COE reflects CIU s middle name International Regardless of where our students are beginning as college freshmen or completing their doctoral degrees COE students believe that

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/academics/college-education (2016-01-26)
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  • Alex T. Luc | Columbia International University
    College M Div Trinity Evangelical Divinity School B Th Theological College of Vietnam M A Ph D University of Wisconsin Madison Dr Luc joined the faculty of CIU s Seminary School of Ministry in 1982 and has taught Old Testament and Hebrew from that date until the present Before coming to Columbia he served as a school principle and a pastor in Vietnam He is a member of the Evangelical

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/alex-t-luc (2016-01-26)
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  • Victorious Christian Living: A Biblical Exposition of Sanctification | Columbia International University
    to Soulforce and the Wider Homosexual Agenda Stephen H Farra Accountability Psychology A Biblically Consistent Stephen H Farra Victorious Christian Living A Biblical Exposition of J Robertson McQuilkin Preaching from the Old Testament Why Should We Do It Donald L Hamilton Engaging the Critical Consensus An Agenda for Evangelical Christendom is Dead Implications of a Violent Age for David G Cashin Cell ing the Gospel Larry E Dixon A Christian Psychologist Looks at The Da Vinci Code Stephen H Farra The Da Vinci Code The Wiccan Way Stephen H Farra Eternal Destinies John D Harvey How Shall We Think About Worship Knowing Christ The Relationship between Yielding and Roy M King Good Summer Reading Ideas Roy M King Breaking Paradigm Paralysis New Life The Importance of Leadership Development Roy M King Antioch Type Churches Make A Difference in the World How Children Learn Elaine Lindsey George Whitefield Hero of the Faith How Do You Lead When the Backdrop of Life is Changing Roy M King Why Should I Vote Portrait of a Servant Leader Don N Howell Jr Thoughts on Gibson s The Passion of the Christ John Crutchfield The Christian Worker and Lifelong Learning The Heart of a Leader Richard J Higgins Planning in Proverbs Working Smart in the Ministry Perspectives on Time and Making Disciples of Jesus Roy M King Being in the Place for Spiritual Transformation to Occur Roy M King Therapeutic Theology for Hurting People J Robertson McQuilkin Exclamation Parties Body Evangelism Speaking the Truth in Love concerning the Scriptures and A Church for All Peoples TEE Come of Age A Candid Assessment after Two Decades Liberating News A Theology of Contextual Evangelization From Luther To Carey Pietism and the Modern Missionary Seminary and the Future Missionary Lateral Moves Local Church Commitment within the Greater Leading

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/faculty-publications/article/victorious-christian-living-biblical-exposition-sanctification (2016-01-26)
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  • Debby Jones | Columbia International University
    best selling book Lady in Waiting highlighting 10 qualities of a godly woman The book has been published in 10 languages Debby serves with her husband Bill at Columbia International University and Crossover Communications International As a biblical university CIU educates people from a biblical worldview to impact the nations with the message of Christ CIU alumni serve in over 140 countries around the world Crossover a missions organization focuses

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/debby-jones (2016-01-26)
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  • Cathy Warn | Columbia International University
    well as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and licensed supervisor In addition to her work at CIU she is in private practice part time She has experience in grief and loss parenting adolescent and young adult issues aging issues relationship concerns growth and spiritual development divorce recovery pre marital marital and family therapy and clinical supervision and consultation Cathy is a clinical member of the American Association of Christian Counselors American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy South Carolina Association of Marriage and Family Therapy American Counseling Association American Mental Health Counseling Association and South Carolina Association of Licensed Professional Counselors She also holds membership in two National College Scholarship Honor Societies Alpha Chi and Psi Chi She has presented at Alpha Chi s national and regional conventions Cathy was born and raised in Orange County California and is the youngest of seven children Cathy and her husband Randy of over 35 years are blessed with two daughters one son and one granddaughter They enjoy active membership in their church Both Cathy and her husband have been involved with various ministries including teaching Sunday school youth ministry spiritual retreats and small group leadership In addition to spending time with

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/discover-ciu/who-we-are/faculty-staff/cathy-warn (2016-01-26)
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