Edward D. Seely

 Edward D. Seely

Address3233 Burton SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Adjunct Professor in Educational Ministries emeritus, Calvin Theological Seminary

B.A., Hope College, 1963
B.D., Th.M., Western Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1980

Edward Seely is the Manager of the Ministry Resource Center with the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Adjunct professor in Educational Ministries at Calvin Theological Seminary, and Adjunct Professor of Education at Calvin College. Edward was born and raised in New York State and ordained in the Reformed Church in America in 1966. His published books include Teaching Early Adolescents Creatively (Westminster Press) and chapters in several other books. Dr. Seely has written many articles including a two-year column, Tips for Teachers in The Church Herald.

“I enjoy very much the opportunity to help our students develop the firm foundation and stable framework for their continued learning throughout their lives. That continuing education, so vital to addressing the constant changes occurring with increasing rapidity, will equip our future leaders with the most effective resources the Holy Spirit will use to accomplish his purposes.”

Edward Seely has traveled widely including trips to the Middle East, Europe and Africa as a speaker and teacher. His wife’s name is Carol and they are the parents of two adult children, Janet (Mrs. Robert Sandberg) and Jonathan. They have one grandchild named Abigail.

Areas of Interest

Education; Educational Ministry

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