Full of energy and usually talking with a whiteboard marker in her hand, Mindy is passionate about helping others take the next step in their spiritual lives. She believes that “if anyone is in Christ she is a new creation” (2 Corinthians 5:17) and this transformation is made possible through Bible study, prayer, and walking through life with likeminded people. She is the Small Groups Minister at Lynn Haven UMC in Panama City, Florida and is currently working on a Master’s degree at Asbury Theological Seminary.
Mindy is a beach-girl, raised in the Tampa area. Her academic background includes Wheaton College (B.A. political science/economics), and she was a Fulbright scholar at Cambridge University (M.Phil Socio-political development/African studies). Mindy worked for World Vision International in Senegal for several years. She was briefly a doctoral student at the University of Florida Center for African Studies, where she met a lovely U.S. Army officer in an Arabic class and abandoned her program to marry him and move back to Africa. Mindy speaks French and has lived ten years in Africa (Kenya, Tunisia, Cameroon, Senegal) and five in Europe (England, France, and Germany) and is a global nomad at heart. Twenty years ago, Mindy started discipling women and teaching Bible studies with The Navigators, and has since served as a precept inductive studies teacher, speaker, and Women’s Ministry Director. When her husband retired from the Army in 2011 they moved to Panama City, Florida. Mindy loves playing tennis, all water sports, and is adjusting to being an empty-nester.
Mindy also does not write new blog posts very often at the moment.
Contact Mindy at email@example.com
Teaching video links:
Breaking The Cycle (Judges 2), June 11, 2021 (starting 24:00min). Breaking the Cycle
James 2, October 11, 2020 (starting at 15:00min) James 2
A Cup of Anxiety (Philippians 4), July 20, 2021 A Cup of Anxiety
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