Adjunct Faculty

Harvey Payne

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Adjunct Counseling Professor
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(803) 807-5452

B.S., Lancaster Bible College; M.A. in Counseling, Denver Seminary; Psy.D., Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

The love of my life of for over 30 years is Heidi. We have been blest with three children: Sonja who is married and has two daughters, Wes who is a doctoral student at Carnegie Mellon University, and Linnea who is a college student at St. John's College in Annapolis.

I am humbled by the task of leading the College of Counseling as the Associate Dean. I am overwhelmed with the tremendous faculty, staff and students God has given the College of Counseling. As a faculty team we count it a joy to journey along side our students and watch God work as He transforms students into the people He has made them to be to help transform others by His grace.

One of our family's most memorable adventures was living in Kuwait for the 08-09 school year where we worked for the Kuwait Center for Autism. I served as the staff psychologist, Heidi taught the one English speaking class, and Linnea attended the British School of Kuwait. We love the people of Kuwait and the Center's great work with individuals with autism.

Harvey and Heidi PayneMy wife and I have been involved with various ministries including teaching Sunday school classes, women ministries, youth ministry, marriage classes, and presenting at various seminars and retreats. We currently attend the Columbia Christian Fellowship in downtown Columbia.
For most of my "professional life" I have been a clinical child and consulting psychologist in private practice in Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania. My specialization has been in the evaluation and treatment of children for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, learning disabilities, social-emotional and behavioral disorders, developmental delays, and medical-related issues (e.g., pain management, adjustment to chronic illness or acquired injury). I provided agency and staff consultation, program development and staff training for various local agencies, residential facilities and schools. I have also served internationally as a consultant for the Kuwait Center for Autism, the Jeddah Autism Center in Saudi Arabia, and the Oomit Corporation’s development of a center, Green Pastures, for disabled children in Astana, Kazakhstan.

B.S., Lancaster Bible College; M.A. in Counseling, Denver Seminary; Psy.D., in Clinical Psychology; Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology; APA Internship, Worcester State Hospital and University of Massachusetts Medical Center; Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Alfred I. duPont Institute, now the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.

Clinical Practice:

Cedar Ridge Counseling Services and Children's Home, Williamsport, MD, Counseling Services Director, consultant, , 1985-1986, 1986-1990; United Social and Mental Health Services, Inc., Day Kimball Hospital, Putnam, CT, Windham Community Hospital, Willimantic, CT, Crisis intervention and mental health consultations, 1987-1988; Human Resource Institute (Franklin, MA), nursing home consultant, 1988-1990; Private Practice, Waynesboro, PA, 1991-1995; Cedar Ridge Children's Home and School, Inc., Williamsport, MD,consultant, previously residential director and staff psychologist, 1991-2006.; Greencastle Family Practice, Greencastle, PA, Head staff of mental health department, 1995-1999; Frances Leiter Center, Chambersburg, PA, clinical director, 1996-2006; Summit Behavioral Health Services, Chambersburg Hospital, Chambersburg, PA and Waynesboro Hospital, Waynesboro, PA, allied health professional staff and consultant, 1997-2006; Western Maryland Intensive Behavior Management Program, Hagerstown, MD, consultant, 1998-2006; Arc of Washington County programs: Autism Waiver Program, Children's Residential Services, Community Supported Living Arrangements program, Phoenix (Traumatic Brain Injury) Program, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program, Stepping Stones Program, Hagerstown, MD, consultant, 1998-2006; Clinical Child and Consulting Practice, Waynesboro, PA, 1999-2006; Catholic Charities, Chambersburg, PA, consultant, 1999-2006; Kuwait Center for Autism, Dhaiya Mubarak Abdullah, Kuwait, consultant, 2000-present; Oomit Corporation, Astana, Kazakhstan, consultant, 2004-present; Jeddah Autism Center, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, consultant, 2005-present; Columbia International University, adjunct faculty, Associate Dean of Personal Care and Counseling, Associate Dean of Student Services, resident faculty, Associate Dean of College of Counseling, 2006-present.

Presentations:

Wide variety of audiences such as parents, agency staff, regional seminars, Kazakhstan Medical Academy, Kazakhstan Children’s Hospital, Penn State University Mont Alto Campus, Child and Adolescent Service System Program Training and Technical Assistance Institute (Part of the Child Study Center in the Department of Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University), and Frostburg State University.


Publications:

  • Adams, W., Sheslow, D., Robins, P., Payne, H., & Wilkinson, G. Memory abilities in children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. American Psychological Association convention, San Francisco, CA, August, 1991
  • Payne, H. I. (2001). The photograph game of emotions. In H. G. Kaduson & C. E. Schaefer (Eds.), 101 More Favorite Play Therapy Techniques. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson
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Keith Stokeld

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Keith Stokeld, Chief Financial Officer
(803) 807-5013

BBA – Accounting, University of Texas; CPA; ThM – Cross-Cultural Church Planting, Dallas Theological Seminary

Keith Stokeld worked 14 years in a restricted access country, both as a marketplace professional and as a church-planting strategist/team leader.  He currently serves as CIU’s Chief Financial Officer.  He and his wife, Danise (a member of CIU’s College of Intercultural Studies team), eagerly seek opportunities to impart the things they learned about church planting in restricted countries to the next generation of goers.

Tina Winchester

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Tina Winchester, Adjunct Professor at CIU
Adjunct Professor
Adjunct Professor, Practicum and Internship Supervisor, TEFL/ICS
(803) 807-5333

M. Ed., Clemson University, TEFL Certificate, Columbia International University

Tina Winchester taught English as a Second Language to Foreign Adults for 17 years with Richland District One Adult Education. She is also an ESL teacher trainer for the South Carolina State Department of Education, Office of Adult Education. Prior to ministering to ESL students, she also taught children with learning disabilities for 12 years in a public school setting.

Angella Eanes

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Angella
Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S. Lee University, M.A., Church of God Theological Seminary, M.A., Ph.D.,  University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Trish Bates

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Patricia
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Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S., Liberty University, M.A.,  Columbia International University, SC Licensed Professional Counselor Intern.

Glenda Nanna

Nanna
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Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S., Wayland Baptist University, M..A., Columbia International University; SC Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

Phyllis Kilbourn

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Dr. Phyllis Kilbourn
Adjunct Education Faculty

Ph.D., Trinity International University; M.A., Asbury Theological Seminary; B.A., Trevecca Nazarene

Dr. Phyllis Kilbourn is the founder of Rainbows of Hope and Crisis Care Training International, both global ministries of WEC International to children in crisis. She is a child advocate, trauma trainer, and author/editor of a number of handbooks focused on interviews for children in crisis, and has served in Liberia and Kenya with WEC International. She holds a Ph.D. in education from Trinity International University in Deerfield, IL., a MA in Christian education from Asbury Theological Seminary and a B.A. in Elementary Education from Trevecca Nazarene. Dr. Kilbourn has taught crisis care training seminars and/or conducted research in many countries across Africa, Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America and North America. Truly she is one of the most respected pioneers of the children-in-crisis movement.

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Vernard Gant

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Vernard Gant
Adjunct Education Faculty

D.Min.,Trinity Evangelical University; M.A. Religious Education, Birmingham Theological Seminary; B.S. Biblical Education, Columbia Bible College/CIU

Dr. Vernard Gant is the director of Urban School Services with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). In this position, Dr. Gant is responsible for overseeing over 400 Christian schools throughout the nation that target and serve minority, under-resourced, and urban children. Dr. Gant has been with ACSI for 13 years.

Prior to joining ACSI, Dr. Gant:

  • Started and ran a scholarship program to enable moderate and low income children to attend private schools
  • Started two Christian schools targeting and serving low-income children in Birmingham, AL.
  • Ran a summer camp for inner-city children
  • Served in the children’s ministry in his local church.

Dr. Gant has also served as both a college and seminary professor where he developed a master’s degree program for pastors and ministers. He currently serves:

  • On the executive board of the Black Alliance for Educational Options
  • On the board of the Alliance for Choice in Education
  • The Life Skills Center (An alternative school for at-risk students)
  • Chairs the Colorado State Advisory Committee for the US Commission on Civil Rights
  • On the board of the American Center for School Choice and serves as Vice chair of the Faith Base Commission for the American Center for School Choice
  • As an adjunct professor with Columbia International University

Dr. Gant awards include:

  • Twice recipient of the Outstanding Young Religious Leader Award presented by the Inner City Jaycees of Birming­ham, AL.
  • Received the Outstanding Young Religious Leader Award presented by the Ala­bama Jaycees.
  • Named “Birminghamian of the Year” by Birmingham Magazine, a publication of the Birming­ham Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • Recipient of the Jefferson Award presented by the American Institute for Public Service in Washington, DC.
  • Recipient of the Paul Harris Fellow Award presented by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

Dr. Gant and his family reside in Colorado Springs, CO. where he is now observing his 35th year of doing urban ministry.

 

Mark Eckel

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Adjunct Education Faculty

Ph.D. Leadership, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; B.R.E. Pre-Seminary, Baptist Bible College; Th.M. Old Testament, Grace Theological Seminary

Dr. Mark Eckel is Professor of Leadership, Education, and Discipleship for Capital Bible Seminary.  Indianapolis, Indiana is his home. For 30 years Mark has served the Christian education community as a high school teacher, college professor, and international speaker. Mark’s responsibilities have included daily instruction, curriculum development, mentoring teachers, and conference speaking on Christian education issues in hundreds of venues.In 1995 Cedarville University selected Mark as the Delta Chi Teacher of the Year.  In 2010 Lenawee Christian School honored Mark with its Heart for Leadership Award.

Mark’s original curricula Let God Be God: The Nature and Characteristics of God and Timeless Truth: An Apologetic for the Reliability, Authenticity, and Authority of Scripture have served the Christian school movement around the world. In 2006 Mark consulted with Chuck Colson to produce a curriculum for high school students called Rewired. Since then he has produced both online and print curricula for various ministries. Mark’s book The Whole Truth: Classroom Strategies for Biblical Integration has helped thousands of Christian school teachers practice biblical integration in their classrooms. While in the Educational Ministries Department at Moody Bible Institute, Mark developed and wrote the course “Faith and Learning” instituted in 2004.  In 2011 Dr. Eckel designed the Interdisciplinary Studies Program (IDS) for Crossroads Bible College. 

Intégrité has recently published four of Mark’s scholarly journal articles: one on faculty evaluation in higher education, another on adult learning, a third about Hebrew ideals of education, and the most recent on the impetus death provides for learning. Mark has also contributed a chapter to Four Perspectives on Your Child’s Education (Broadman & Holman, 2009).In the summer of 2010 Dr. Eckel presented two papers.At the C.S. Lewis Conference at Taylor University Mark delivered a paper entitled, “Devils in My Heart: Chesterton’s View of Human Nature through Father Brown.”At the International Institute for Christian Studies Dr. Eckel spoke on “And the Nations Will Say:  Apologetic Testimony from an Unlikely Source.” Summer and Fall of 2011 Mark spoke at Indiana Wesleyan University’s “Faith in the Science Classroom,” Biblical Leadership at Columbia International University, two courses for the M.A., Ph.D. programs at Lancaster Bible College/Graduate School on theological foundations, and day long Christian school events in Arizona and Colorado.  In the summer of 2011 Mark’s children–Tyler and Chelsea–helped their dad write three, 4,000 word essays on Stephen Crane, Jane Austen, and the Romantic poets. Mark writes book and movie reviews, essays, and audio-blogs for Moody Radio. He is continuing work on a Christian critique of Gothic horror novels such as Frankenstein.

Providence Center for Urban Leadership Development (PCULD) in Denver, CO has asked Mark to be scholar-in-residence for the 2012-13 fellowship year.  Dr. Eckel will coordinate curriculum and teach in the program dedicated to developing Christian city leaders.

Dr. Eckel is a featured speaker and writer on faith-learning integration, worldview, culture, film critique, apologetics, education, curriculum development, instructional methodologies, and Christian school philosophy.Mark is an ordained minister with a Th.M. in Old Testament and a Ph.D. in Leadership.

Mark’s wife Robin is a second grade Christian school teacher. They have two grown children: Tyler and Chelsea.

Besides family and friends, NFL football, Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee, Syracuse Lacrosse, books, movies, and maple sugar candy (among many good things in God’s creation) bring a smile to Mark’s face.

 

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