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Hi, my name is Kevin.

I was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. After having departed from this city after so many years, it still remains one of my favorite cities. I still love the sight and smell of ocean waters and the view of sky high mountains. My hobbies include cycling along the city ravine and camping in the Canadian Rockies, and keeping small tropical fish.

My family currently live in Edmonton, AB. I have been married to my wife for 17 years and we have one daughter. I spent most of my teen years in Vancouver and worked a number of years in the food service industry before embarking on post-secondary studies. These were formative years when I developed spiritually and learned to appreciate work hard. Before my seminary career, I discerned my calling into ministry through volunteer ministry experience in the church while working in the financial service industry in Toronto for a number of years. These years were also very formative because they were full of personal struggles. I have served in pastoral ministry in the church setting for eight years, and have served as a Christian chaplain for the past six years. Previously, I worked and lived in Victoria, BC; Peel Region/Toronto, and in Saskatoon, Sask.

My university alma maters are Regent University (Virginia Beach, VA) and University of Ottawa. I completed my theological/ministry studies at Acadia Divinity College (MA/Theology, Wolfville, NS) and Lutheran Theological Seminary (MDiv, Saskatoon). My contact: kevinsam1 [at] gmail [dot com].

Grace and peace,

K.A. Sam

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