Truett Seminary student, Monique Criddell, sat down with us to share about her experience as a student here at Truett, serving as a Resident Chaplain at Baylor, her future aspirations and reflections from her recent mentoring apprenticeship–one of of the requirements of the M.Div. degree program. ¬†You will have an opportunity to hear more about Monique’s story in our annual publication, The Cord, which will be released at the end of October.

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  1.    William Allan Kritsonis, PhD on November 17, 2011 1:46 AM      Reply

    Hello: I met Monique Criddell at Prairie View A&M University. Our daughter was in a serious car accident a few years ago. It was not her fault. Monique Criddell led a prayer for our daughter along with others attending the meeting. I have the greatest respect and admiration for Monique.

    William Allan Kritsonis, PhD
    Professor, PVAMU

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