Cheryl A. Crawford, Ph.D., M.Div., M.S.Ed., teaches youth ministry in the Department of Practical Theology, Division of Religion and Philosophy. Her areas of expertise include adolescent development, youth ministry, and practical theology. Crawford has written and presented on a variety of topics pertaining to the impact of mentoring on middle to late adolescents. Crawford is a member of the Association of Youth Ministry Educators, American Academy of Religion, and the Society of Biblical Literature.
Ph.D. - Fuller Theology Seminary, 2008
M.Div. - Fuller Theological Seminary, 2002
M.S.Ed. - University of Southern California, 1981
B.A. - Gordon College, 1977
- School of Theology
- Undergraduate: Department of Practical Theology
- Adolescent Development
- Practical Theology
- Youth Ministry
Courses TaughtMIN 200
– Contemporary Christian MinistryMINY 495
– Topics in Youth Ministry
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John and Marilyn Duke Academic Complex, Room 253, West Campus