SG Rindahl
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    https://stevenrindahl.com/
    Occupation:
    Priest and Pilgrim
    Retired from the Army after a career first as a paratrooper and then (after getting out, going to seminary, going through the ordination process, and returning) a priest serving as a chaplain.

    BA (History) - Excelsior College (Albany, NY)
    MDiv - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX)
    ThM (Anglican Studies) - Cranmer Theological House (Houston, TX)
    MTh (Preaching) - Spurgeon's College (Course work and Research Supervision), in London with U Wales Cardiff (Degree Awarded)
    DMin (Ministry During Times of Trauma) - Spurgeon's College (Research Supervision) with University of Chester (Degree Awarded)

    Initiated the PhD at Oblate School of Theology (San Antonio, TX) - left it, as the program did not match my desired research focus as much as I initially anticipated when applying.

    Currently pursuing the STM at Nashotah House (Nashotah, WI). Although the Nashotah program is does not require a focus for the STM, my coursework and research focus is Ascetical Theology.

    When in New York, I taught for SUNY as an adjunct at their Empire State College.

    Final assignment in the Army was as a curriculum developer/writer and instructor at the Army Medical Department Center and School (now Center of Excellence) in the Department of Pastoral Ministry Training. In that position, I wrote and taught the curriculum: Providing a Ministerial Response to Moral Injury

    I am the founder and director of Warriors on the Way (501c3). Warriors on the Way is a purpose designed pilgrimage program taking combat veterans on the Camino de Santiago for the sake of PTSD/Moral Injury Healing.
    www.WarriorsOnTheWay.org

    I am also currently an adjunct for the online seminary NationsU.

    The MTh dissertation and the DMin thesis (as well as some of my other writings) can be found here: https://esc.academia.edu/SGRindahl

    The DMin thesis can also be found at the British Museum (although they have it listed as a PhD for some reason).

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