DMin Student, Phoenix Seminary;
MDiv, Phoenix Seminary
Lee Richards grew up in a small town in northern Illinois and completed a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Civilization at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. After graduation, he joined the staff of a local campus ministry before moving to Arizona to attend Phoenix Seminary in 2004. Since 2006, he has served as the Registrar and is the primary academic advising contact for students, helping them navigate the path from their first semester through graduation. Lee and Becca have been married since 2000 and have a remarkably cute lop-eared rabbit. He enjoys reading, cooking, hiking and playing guitar. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Ministry while exploring his passion to help people grow in their relational / experiential knowledge of God and fostering greater understanding of the Church in its historical and global contexts.
Mr. Richards will be teaching CD501-2 Living in God’s Presence this semester. This course challenges you to explore the process and blessing of living in God’s presence. The Christian life is viewed through the lens of God’s transforming grace and unchanging truth. You will discover practical ways to enrich your relationship with the Lord. [2 hours. Instructor: Mr. Lee Richards. Frequency: Every Spring. Required within first 30 hours for all programs. Prerequisite: None.]