|“Department Chairperson”: Community Baptist Church (“CBC-University”),
Alta Loma, CA (January 1996 to present). Reported to pastor in charge of CBC-U project.
|Ambitious Adult Christian Education project to tie together
several disparate elements of adult education for this 1000 families Conservative Baptist Conference church. Formed
team to develop curriculum for Theology courses (other courses include Worship, Character, Bible Study, et al.).
Based on a combination between Systematic and Practical theology content, the curriculum has been designed to serve
the theological education spectrum from a 'seeker' to advanced theological issues for the mature Christian believer.
|Associate Faculty: Alan Hancock Community College, Santa
Maria, CA (October 1990 to June 1991). Reported to Chairman of Business Education department.
|Taught two semester programming course (COBOL I and COBOL II).
Stressed development of specific programming skills and general application analysis.
|Instructor: Biola University, La Mirada, CA (August
1981 to May 1982). . Reported to Department of Math and Sciences Chairman.
|Taught two semesters of "Intro. to Computers" course.
Special emphasis to develop practical on-line programming skills using BASIC programming language. Developed own
course outline, lecture notes, reading lists, and tests. Received excellent ratings from student evaluations
|Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, California; J.D.,
1994. Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution, 1994. Emphasis in lawyering: client counseling, settlement,
and trial skills; and International law (London). Outstanding courses: Cross-Cultural Dispute Resolution, Client
Interviewing and Counseling, International Public Law.
|Biola University, La Mirada, California; B. S. in Business
Administration, 1980, emphasis in Public Administration. Emphasis in Public Administration and Biblical Studies.
|El Camino College, Gardena, CA; A.A., 1980. Emphasis in Sociology.