I have been a minister in the United Methodist Church since 1994. I served on the Choctaw Co. Local Emergency Planning committee.I was on the Pennington VFD for 8 plus years and the Choctaw Co. Hazardous Response Team for 3 years. In college (University of West Alabama) I majored in history and sociology.I have developed and implemented disaster response plans to hurricanes, oil spills, etc. I have served twenty different United Methodist churches thus far, which has enabled me to obtain a well-rounded knowledge of church administration experience. In 2014 I graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary with an M.Div. Currently, I earned a Ph.D in Christian Counseling from Newburgh Theological Seminary in 2015.
In the United Methodist Church how do we stay alive and not die? This book deals with change at the local church level using recent change management research, by renown authors such as Rosabeth Moss Kantor, John Kotter, and others. It offers outlines, lists and practical suggestions for implementing these changes. This ebook also addresses the issue of conflict resolution.
Three citizens of Greensboro, Alabama have gone on to become governor of that state. This book chronicles the lives of Israel Pickens, John Gayle, and Thomas Seay, all from the small Alabama town of Greensboro.
George Strother Gaines was a well trusted and honored man among the Native Americans and whites in south Alabama in the early 1800s. Gaines was instrumental in the history of south Alabama among the inhabitants of the lower Tombigbee area. This is his story.