Elizabeth Ann Reid
225 Waddell St — Bremen, Ga 30110 –770.286.2522 –firstname.lastname@example.org
Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan College (Johnson City, TN)
Master of Arts candidate in theology. May 2016.
- Alexander Campbell Scholarship recipient
Point University (West Point, GA)
Bachelor of Arts dual major in humanities and biblical studies. May 2013.
Magna Cum Laude graduate
- Entry level participant in the Faculty Scholars program
Emmanuel Christian Seminary – Johnson City, Tennessee
Professorial Assistant (August 2015-May 2016).
- Assist Dean of the Seminary with course load
- Maintain, update and provide support for online courses in Canvas learning system
- Lead classes on a substitute basis when leading professor is absent
- Grade objective and subjective assignments
First Christian Church – Johnson City, Tennessee
College Small Group Leader (August 2014-May 2016).
- Host weekly Bible study for a group of young adults
- Plan, research, and write curriculum based on knowledge of spiritual needs
- Mentor young women in and outside of small group
Freelance Work and Recent Publications
“Introversion in the Church.” To be published in The Lookout (August 2016).
“Responsible and Respectful: The Implications of Karl Barth’s Theology of Church and State for America.” Presented at the Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion (March 2016).
“Westside Story: A New Chapter for A Historic Building.” Published in Point Magazine, the alumni magazine of Point University (Spring 2016).
“Is it Worth it? A Practical Look at Risk in the Christian Life.” Small group material designed for ministry discernment of risk (unpublished).
Awards: Fred Thompson Award for Excellence in Theology (2016). Stone Campbell Journal Promising Scholar (2013-2014). Zondervan Theology Award (2013). Zondervan Biblical Languages Award for best exegetical Greek paper in class (2012).
Volunteer: Member of Friends of Amos (Christian social justice organization) steering committee (May 2015-present). Participant in Hopwood Christian Church’s Interfaith Hospitality Network (Family Promise).
Relevant Course Work: Small Groups Ministry; Theology of Wealth and Poverty; Christian Social Ethics; Biblical, Cultural and Theological Perspectives on Race.