Interested in Pastor positions
Name: Daniel Sheard
Phone: (717) 279-1281
Spurgeon’s College, London, England, 2005
Doctor of Philosophy in Preaching (Ph.D.)
Université Laval, Faculté des lettres: École de langues, Québec City, 1997-1998
Intensive French language immersion.
Texas A&M University, (formerly East Texas State Univ.), Commerce, TX, 1987-1990
(Toward Doctor of Education in the College Teaching of English (Ed.D.)
Completed all coursework (90 hours) and entire 3-year residency for a major in Composition and Rhetoric but never finished the degree).
Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, TX, 1987
Master of Theology in Systematic Theology (Th.M.)
Regent College, Vancouver, Canada, 1984
Master of Christian Studies in Systematic Theology; thesis in Old Testament (M.C.S.)
Also, Diploma in Christian Studies (Dip.C.S.)
Taylor University, Upland, IN, 1981
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies (B.A.)
Other Institutions Attended
Erie Community College, Amherst, NY, 1984
Jerusalem University College, Jerusalem, 1979‑1980
Institute for Balkan Studies, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1980
Nassau Community College, Uniondale, NY, 1979
Years in Ministry: 27
Liberty University - Assistant Professor/Faculty Instructional Mentor (8/2010-Present
Supervision, facilitation, and encouragement of 18 Adjunct Professors who teach missions, theology, and apologetics courses to online graduate students. Evaluate, facilitate, and maintain best practices in online instruction for entire cohort. Subject Matter Expert for Survey of Theology. For the past several years SME for Global Studies Survey, a course designed to introduce students to the theology of cross-cultural ministry and Unreached People Group methodology. Resolve faculty-related issues of remote instructors. Personally teach about 12 course-sections a year. Have taught the following classes: Survey of Theology (THEO 510), Global Studies Survey (GLST 500), Intercultural-Cultural Communication and Engagement (GLST 650), History of Global Christianity (GLST 620), Homiletics (HOMI 501), Research Methods (RTCH 680), Oral Cultures and Missiological Movements (GLST 697), Cultural Anthropology (GLST 600), and Master’s Thesis Supervision.
Mount Calvary Church - Superintendent, Mount Calvary Christian School (3/2012-Present)
Overseen growth from 313 to 463 in four years. Manage a budget of 2.3 million dollars. Supervise 50 staff and serve on the pastoral team of the church. Manage the day-to-day operations of the school. Increased teaching and support staff by 10 people. Hold weekly staff meetings. Facilitate curriculum changes. Supervise staff hiring. Processed the school through reaccreditation. Originated and supervised the creation of an entire secondary cyber school with 750 weekly curriculum modules for over 20 courses. Execute all policies of the Trustee Board of the school.
Summit International School of Ministry - Guest Lecturer in Ministry, Evangelism, and Missions (10/2015 - Present)
Teach the occasional lectures in ministry related topics.
Lincoln University - Adjunct Professor of Religion, Global Literature, (1/2007 – 5/2012)
Prepared interactive and critical-thinking class lectures for the English and Religion Departments. Designed assessments. Participated in paperwork for accreditation. Taught the following classes: Life and Teachings of Jesus (Rel 188), Introduction to Religion (Rel 200), World Literature I (Eng 207), World Literature II (Eng 208), English Composition (Eng 99), English Composition (Eng 100) —multiple semesters, English Composition (Eng 101), English Composition (Eng 102), English Composition (Eng 103).