Lisa Jo Fanelli-Greer is an accomplished academic who has earned numerous degrees and accolades in Theology Studies.
As a Christian on a lifelong walk of faith with Jesus Christ, Lisa Jo Fanelli-Greer considers herself to be a permanent scholar of religion. On her personal journey, she maintains a steadfast commitment to embracing new learning and teaching opportunities every single day, with the Lord’s word as the primary resource. Fanelli-Greer has studied the Holy Bible extensively on an academic and professional level, throughout her theological studies. The Bible can never be visited too many times; in fact, she turns to scripture every single day, eager to embrace the power in revisiting the Lord’s word, again and again! Each day, the messages contained in His word enjoy a continued renewal of strength — just by being applied to the experiences of a new day. The Lord’s word always continues to endure and retain relevance in life. Sharing that experience with believers, both new and lifelong, is an honor to Fanelli-Greer.
Education in Theology
Lisa Jo Fanelli-Greer’s academic career is decorated by numerous degrees. She maintains her Master of Divinity (MDiv) from the Evangelical Seminary, as well as a Certificate in Spiritual Formation from Columbia Theological Seminary. A primary topic of focus in her published works, the author has emphasized expertise in Spiritual Formation specifically, throughout her career in the church. Fanelli-Greer is currently in pursuit of a Master of Theology (Th.M) at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
In addition to her membership in such honor societies as the Golden Key Honor Society and the Society of Collegiate Journalists, Lisa Jo Fanelli-Greer has achieved numerous awards throughout her academic career. She graduated from Leechburg Area High School at the top of her class as Valedictorian. Fanelli-Greer was also honored with Departmental Honors when she graduated with Cum Laude distinction from Westminster College, as well as recognized by the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH).