Dr. M. David Calhoun is Assistant Professor of Religion at Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, Kentucky. He served as Adjunct Professor in the graduate program in Christin Ministries and thereafter joined the college as a full-time faculty member. In addition to teaching at Lindsey Wilson Dr. Calhoun serves as the part-time Teaching Pastor at Hope Springs Community Church in Lexington, KY. Dr. Calhoun completed studies in the prestigious Beeson Pastors Program at Asbury Theological Seminary where he received a Doctor of Ministry (DMin).
2014 0-7734-3499-2 This book examines the disconnect between the secular and church cultures in the area of ‘addiction recovery’. The focus is on the relationship between the recovery community and the church community as it relates to the missional purpose of the church. Both secular and faith-based recovery programs are explored with particular interest in the churches’ effectiveness or lack thereof in building bridges to the recovery community.