Amada Giordano Amanda Giordano, PhD, LPC, NCC is an assistant professor in the counseling program at the University of North Texas. She specializes in diversity issues, religion/spirituality issues, and addictions counseling. Giordano serves on the board of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling, is an editorial board member for the Journal of Addiction and Offender Counseling, and provides diversity training consultation for non-profit organizations in the community.

Amada Giordano

Amanda Giordano, PhD, LPC, NCC is an assistant professor in the counseling program at the University of North Texas. She specializes in diversity issues, religion/spirituality issues, and addictions counseling. Giordano serves on the board of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling, is an editorial board member for the Journal of Addiction and Offender Counseling, and provides diversity training consultation for non-profit organizations in the community.

Antwuan Malone Antwuan Malone serves as the Ministry Director and Young Adult pastor of Elevate Young Adult Ministry, a multi-church young adult ministry in Collin County where he seeks to empower young adults toward Christian leadership. Antwuan is passionate about fortifying, uniting, and leveraging the local church to bring gospel influence and social change to our communities. Antwuan also serves within a church reconciliation group called Threaded and is a council member for the Collin County Center of the Elimination of Disparities and Disproportionality (CEDD).

Antwuan Malone

Antwuan Malone serves as the Ministry Director and Young Adult pastor of Elevate Young Adult Ministry, a multi-church young adult ministry in Collin County where he seeks to empower young adults toward Christian leadership. Antwuan is passionate about fortifying, uniting, and leveraging the local church to bring gospel influence and social change to our communities. Antwuan also serves within a church reconciliation group called Threaded and is a council member for the Collin County Center of the Elimination of Disparities and Disproportionality (CEDD).

Deborah Hill Deborah Hill, M.Ed., NCC, LPC is director of Project Hope at the Seven Loaves Community (a missional partnership with St. Andrew UMC) She holds a Masters of Education in Counseling, is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has extensive experience counseling people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds. Deborah currently teaches Waking Up to Peace, a Christian (Christ-centered) general life and relational philosophy for personal and spiritual growth. She has two daughters and lives in North Dallas.

Deborah Hill

Deborah Hill, M.Ed., NCC, LPC is director of Project Hope at the Seven Loaves Community (a missional partnership with St. Andrew UMC) She holds a Masters of Education in Counseling, is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has extensive experience counseling people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds. Deborah currently teaches Waking Up to Peace, a Christian (Christ-centered) general life and relational philosophy for personal and spiritual growth. She has two daughters and lives in North Dallas.

 
Mike Gavin Mike Gavin is a real estate attorney at the Condon Thornton Sladek law firm in Dallas. Mike graduated from SMU Law following his first career as a project manager working on Dallas ISD construction projects. Mike earned an undergraduate civil engineering degree from Texas A&M University. Mike and his wife Lisa are the proud parents of Zoe, Elliott, and Asher. When not coaching or cheering on his children at a local field, Mike has volunteered some of his free time with Project Hope, a program to eliminate hopelessness that brings people together from different walks of life and gives them opportunities to love one another as Christ loves us.

Mike Gavin

Mike Gavin is a real estate attorney at the Condon Thornton Sladek law firm in Dallas. Mike graduated from SMU Law following his first career as a project manager working on Dallas ISD construction projects. Mike earned an undergraduate civil engineering degree from Texas A&M University. Mike and his wife Lisa are the proud parents of Zoe, Elliott, and Asher. When not coaching or cheering on his children at a local field, Mike has volunteered some of his free time with Project Hope, a program to eliminate hopelessness that brings people together from different walks of life and gives them opportunities to love one another as Christ loves us.

 
Markus Lloyd Markus is a graduate of TCU where he received a BFA in Theater and Television. Before entering vocational ministry Markus made his living on the stage and screen. Now Markus serves as the Director of External Focus at Woodcreek Church where he utilizes his leadership and speaking gifts to draw people into God’s Mission for the whole world. In the local community  Markus is known as a community catalyst for Church unity and reconciliation. He leads a Church reconciliation group called Threaded and serves as Plano Regional Champion and Board Chairman of Unite Dallas Greater Dallas. He live in Mckinney with his wife Lisa and their two children.

Markus Lloyd

Markus is a graduate of TCU where he received a BFA in Theater and Television. Before entering vocational ministry Markus made his living on the stage and screen. Now Markus serves as the Director of External Focus at Woodcreek Church where he utilizes his leadership and speaking gifts to draw people into God’s Mission for the whole world. In the local community  Markus is known as a community catalyst for Church unity and reconciliation. He leads a Church reconciliation group called Threaded and serves as Plano Regional Champion and Board Chairman of Unite Dallas Greater Dallas. He live in Mckinney with his wife Lisa and their two children.