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Kaitlyn Odom Fiedler was eight years old when she woke up in a hospital room, the victim of a horrible car accident that claimed the lives of six of her family members as they traveled to a beach vacation. Left with only one living brother, young Kaitlyn was left with the question, What Now? On Thursday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Kaitlyn brings a refreshing perspective of hope on how to move forward, not just move on, when it seems there is nothing left on which to cling. Readers will discover how Kaitlyn moved from questioning to trusting God in times of sorrow, and they will find hope and healing in their own grief journey along the way.
Jesus prayed for His disciples to be one…unity is the goal, but how do we get there? This has been a passion of Pastor and Dr. Terriel Byrd for many years. Though he is retiring from his role at Palm Beach Atlantic University, his work will continue there through a council. We’ll find out about this council’s aim to help bring unity in diversity and reflect on his tenure at this Christian University in our community on Thursday’s Mornings with Eric and Brigitte.
Council For Intercultural Engagement
Kaitlyn Odom Fiedler lives near Greenville, SC, with her husband and children. She is currently pursuing her MA in counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She actively volunteers with her church in a grief ministry to help kids process and heal after the loss of a loved one. She brings biblical inspiration to women through her blog abeautifulbelonging.com. She is happiest when traveling and adventuring with family and friends.
Dr. Byrd is a Professor of Urban Christian Ministry at PBAU and has more than 18 years’ experience as a senior pastor and has served as campus minister at two universities in Ohio. Dr. Byrd serves as Director of Evening Ministries Program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He has served as workshop facilitator for the Cultural Sensitivity Seminar in Jacksonville, Fla., and was a member of the strategic planning committee meeting for the African-American church division of the Florida Baptist Convention. His first full length book, I Shall Not Be Moved was an international bestseller. His second book, By This Shall We Be Known: Interpreting the Voice and Message of Dr. King, was released in October, 2011.
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