Chapel

Communion with the Marginalized

Dr. Ekpedeme Wade, adjunct professor of Biblical Counseling, teaches that following in Jesus’s footsteps means having communion with each other, especially the marginalized.

Ekpedeme Wade
Dr. Wade obtained her Medical Degree from University of Missouri-Columbia and is a Board Certified Family Physician with a special interest in mental health. She has been practicing medicine for 13 years and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She also graduated from DTS with a Masters in Biblical Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Dr. Wade is married to Kweku and they have two children -- Jewel and Zachary. 
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