Ph.D., University of Edinburgh
M.Th., University of Edinburgh
M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary
B.A., University of Arkansas
Hearing a Fuller Story: Ethnography, Reflexivity, and Church
Making Connections: Exploring Methodist Deacons’ Perspectives on Contemporary Diaconal Ministry
The Contemporary Nature of Diaconal Ministry in British Methodism
Research Associate for the “Good Practice in Diaconal Ministry” research project at the Wesley Study Centre, St. John’s College, Durham University.
Carl F. Maulbeck
Rabbi Shefa Gold
Rabbi Shefa composes and performs spiritual music, has produced ten albums, and her liturgies have been published in several new prayerbooks. She is the author of Torah Journeys: The Inner Path to the Promised Land and In the Fever of Love: An Illumination of The Song of Songs, both published by Ben Yehuda Press. Her latest book, published by Jewish Lights, is The Magic of Hebrew Chant: Healing the Spirit, Transforming the Mind, Deepening Love.
By combining her grounding in Judaism with a background in Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, and Native American spiritual traditions, Rabbi Shefa is uniquely qualified as a spiritual bridge celebrating the shared path of devotion.