Dr. Wells facilitated the second annual Leadership Seminar for an estimated 35 leaders across the Episcopal Church in Sudan.
He converted his existing lectures and photos to digital format, and researched and outlined a book and multi-media kit for historical and contemporary liturgy.
She worked and taught at College of the Transfiguration in Grahamstown, South Africa, developing of curricula for youth ministry and the catechumenate process. She also taught at a public school in a nearby township.
She taught digital formation and evangelism for one year at the College of the Transfiguration in Grahamestowne, South Africa.
She completed an immersion and ministry experience in Costa Rica and continues to serve a Spanish-speaking congregation at her parish in Texas.
She developed an adult curriculum on Baptismal Ecclesiology for use in Latino ministry contexts, based on completing the Panama Project, a language and mission program.
She completed a teaching internship at Msalato Theological College, Dodoma, Tanzania.
She conducted a Leadership Seminar for theological educators in the Episcopal Church of Sudan, for the enhancement of their educational ministries.
She developed a curriculum using the MDG’s as the linkage to Appalachian issues of hunger, health care and illiteracy. She offered it in the parish setting in the Diocese of Southwestern Virginia.