A native of eastern Ohio, Kelvin and his wife, Jill, have resided in Georgia for 28 years. In 1988, a job opportunity occurred for both Kelvin and Jill at Christian City. Both were hired as social workers in the children’s ministry. With degrees in Political Science, Public Administration, and now Counseling, Kelvin previously worked as a program director for Department of Labor programs helping both adults and adolescents secure meaningful work experiences. Later, he returned to College to work on a counseling degree at Regent University in Virginia.

Kelvin became fully licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in 1994. On a part-time basis, he also works in the Fayette County area as a therapist. Kelvin’s unique focus is in systems theory working with families and couples in restoring the foundational relationships that matter most in producing healthy and thriving children, as well as in restoration of viable relationships among adult caretakers.

More About Kelvin

Alma Mater:

Regent University

Fun Fact:

It’s never too late to learn something new as he and his wife are learning the Hebrew language. “Shalom!”

Favorite Leisure Activity:

Playing USTA and ALTA tennis

Favorite Vacation Destination:

Springdale, Utah

Favorite Book:

“Les Miserables” by Victor Hugo

Favorite Movie:

The Outlaw Josey Wales with Clint Eastwood

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Favorite Song:

“You Make Me Feel So Young” by Frank Sinatra

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