BIBLE Series: Embrace Life Experiences, it's the Making of your Narrative

Doretha O’Quinn

    • Monday, September 16, 2013
    • 9:30–10:20 a.m.
  • Location pending
  • Open to: Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.


We don’t often realize that the many experiences in our lives are the making of our narrative. Esther had no idea her arrival at the palace, as a servant girl would be a step up to royalty. Joseph had no idea his brother’s drop in the pit, would be a lift to the palace. Each experienced significant life challenges that contributed to the making of their narratives. How often do your life experiences present unpleasant challenges that you’d rather not face? Today’s chapel will welcome you on an amazing journey to walk out your story.

Speakers

Doretha O’Quinn

Doretha O’Quinn has spent over 34 years working as an administrator, principal and teacher in public and Christian K-12 schools and at the university in southern California. She is passionate about advancing the Christian community in concerns for diversity both nationally and internationally in every academic discipline, and returns to Biola after serving as the School of Education’s Inglewood campus director from 2003-2007.

Prior to this recent appointment, she served as Associate Dean of the School of Education of Point Loma Nazarene University for three years. Dr. O’Quinn is a contributing author of the book Our Voices, Issues Facing Black Women in America, a book addressing key issues facing black women from a biblical perspective; and Alone in Marriage, both published by Moody Press. She is a contributing editor to Women in Ministry Leadership, published by Foursquare International. She is the Author of the book Silent Voices, Powerful Messages, in which she writes about the historical influence and contribution of African-Americans to the Foursquare Gospel Movement. She is a frequent speaker at educational conferences, a member of multiple professional organizations and has served on professional boards.


Questions?

Contact:
(562) 903-4874
chapel@biola.edu



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