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About Teresa Janzen
Teresa Janzen, M.Ed., ignites a passion for abundant living through radical service. She is a storyteller, speaker, and coach currently living in sub-Saharan Africa. Teresa engages her audience with her candid and personable style and extends an invitation to thoughtful dialogue on topics impacting the modern church. She helps people find radical blessings in everyday life and fulfilling relationships with people in their sphere of influence. More than twenty years of experience in non-profit administration and global ministry drives her to share inspiring stories with wit and insight.
Teresa is a Board-Certified Christian Master Mental Health Coach (BCCMMHC) and train the trainer for Trauma healing. She’s also an oral Bible study teacher and adjunct professor at Nile Theological College in Juba, South Sudan. Janzen holds a B.S. and TESOL certificate (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Kuyper College in Grand Rapids, Michigan; and a Master’s in Education (M.Ed.) in Instructional Design and Technology from West Texas A&M, in Canyon, Texas. Married to Dan, together they have eight adult children and many grandchildren scattered throughout the USA. Connect with Teresa at www.teresajanzen.com.
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