STEM Classes forming

STEM

STEM’S MISSION is to equip lay leaders, Christian educators, and licensed ministers to carry out their varied ministries through biblical study, spiritual formation and by developing leadership skills.

Classes are held six (6) times during the program year. Classes are held in the Lansing/East Lansing area. Each class begins on a Friday evening at 6:30p and runs till 9:30p; picks up on Saturday morning at 9:00a, and ends on Saturday afternoon at approximately 3:30p. Classes will meet at the Michigan Conference Center, United Church of Christ, unless otherwise noted.

For further information contact:
Anne McCauslin, STEM Dean
248-821-4669
Annemccauslin1@yahoo.com

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About Jeff

An American residing in Frankfurt Germany, I am husband to the beautiful Trisha and father to three incredibly bright, compassionate, amazing young adults. I have been called husband, father, brother, friend, demon, scoundrel, team-mate, leader, misfit. I constantly seek personal and professional environments that encourage creativity, empower individuals, and foster excellence. alfamehl.com is an opportunity to share thought and opinion based on my personal and professional experience. My passion for learning remains the driver to become a better friend, husband, and father. The focus of my professional efforts (and satisfaction in what I do) is developing effective teams and equipping others to become exceptional leaders. My personal mission statement: to inspire, to love, to promise, to share, to believe that nothing is impossible
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