Skills - Humanities

Ministry Experience

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Skills which were enhanced by my ministry experience include the perspective of faith and spiritual life, the importance of human persons, listening carefully, tact and graceful suggestions, writing, public speaking, teaching, community building, workshop leadership and training, and the importance of collaborative leadership styles.

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Humanities: Life Perspective

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I've apparently always asked "why?" Technology doesn't ask (or answer) this question.

I grew up a "preacher's kid"--my dad was a United Methodist minister and served in the Nebraska Conference nearly 40 years, and I grew up in church listening to his sermons and being a part of the congregation, Sunday School, youth group at local and district levels.

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Teaching and Training

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At the emissions monitoring company, I was the chief trainer on a Unix-based data acquisition system, which was a computer storing data and preparing reports for submission to the regulatory agencies. I led participants from power plants in how the system worked, the reports it would produce and how those met EPA Part 60 and Part 75 regulations.

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Ministry in Human Sexuality, Inc.

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Mission Statement

"Affirming the Gift of Sexuality:
Toward Whole Persons, Growing Relationships, Inclusive Community"

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