In this workshop attendees will discover how CCDA principles can be and are incorporated in OST programs
“Edward L. Franklin has over 30 years experience in community transformation ministry in underserved urban communities. In addition to a myriad of leadership positions in his local church in Philadelphia, PA. and Wilmington, DE., he has served as a Child Behavior Specialist and mobile therapist in the greater Philadelphia area before coming to Voice of Hope in August of 2004. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Temple University, a Masters of Divinity and a Masters of Arts in Religious Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary and is in his final stages of a Doctor of Ministry degree from Knox Seminary. He has served a church planter of New Hope Church and has lead Voice of Hope Ministries for almost 16 years.
He is passionate about his work and faith, and dedicated to providing the children of West Dallas with strong character models, education support, life skills, and family support services needed to become productive Christian citizens. Edward resides in West Dallas with his wife Michele, daughter Hannah (15) and twins Ethan (13) and Arielle (13).