D.Min, Gorden-Conwell Seminary, 2015
MACP, Trinity International University, 2000
BA, Trinity International University, 1995
Kate has been with Trinity International University since 1990, first as a student and then as an Adjunct Professor (beginning in 2000). Kate has been in the fields of counseling and education in one way or another for many years. She has served as the Director of Christian Education; Sunday School Superintendent; K-12 private school Guidance Counselor, Biblical Studies Teacher, and Administrator; Counselor and Training Specialist for Women in Distress, a South Florida domestic violence agency; and as a National Speaker on issues related to abuse across the lifespan and counseling issues. She has been in private practice since 2000 and brings a wealth of professional experience to her teaching.
Kate and her husband, George, began a nonprofit, Living in Freedom and Empowerment (LiFE), and she serves as the Executive Director and main speaker/teacher. She has also written a book, Healing the Broken Places: To help women heal from domestic abuse, and has been published for her articles on child abuse and Spiritual Abuse. Two other books on healing from childhood and sexual abuse are in the works. Together, Kate and George minister to the hurting and help others find healing in the arms of the Lord. Jointly, they have seven children, 14 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.