Karen Griffin

Dr. Karen Griffin

Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Christian Education, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Christian Education and, Interdenominational Theological Center

D.Min., Interdenominational Theological Center,
M.Div., Interdenominational Theological Center,
M.S.W., Howard University,
B.A., Kent State University,

Dr. Karen Griffin has a special research interest in manhood and womanhood, spiritual and character development, preaching and its impact on family violence, as well as developing Bible-based-life-centered Christian education materials. Of her many publications, the most significant are African American Manhood Development: Contemporary Life Lessons for Leaders, James P. Griffin Jr., co-author; and So We Rebuilt the Wall and Those Preaching Women.

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