Drs. Dallas and Sheila Speight
Dallas and Sheila, having met in high school, have served together in ministry and/or in counseling practice for a number of years. They have two married children and seven wonderful grandkids.
Sheila, a native of Ohio, was reared in Florida since age 12. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor and Instructor Mentor for Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA. In addition, she is a conference speaker, and helps to lead conferences for clergy and spouses on an annual basis. She earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Capella University, Masters of Science in Counseling and Human Development, Troy State University, and an Associate in Divinity from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA.
Dallas, a native of Florida, retired from the Army in 2013. He served as a chaplain for a little over 30 years in the Army Reserve and on active duty. Currently he serves as an Assistant Professor for Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA. IN addition, he offers Clinical Pastoral Education online, and helps to lead conferences for clergy and spouses on an annual basis. He has served as Director of Pastoral Care and Counseling for the Colorado Baptist General Convention (SBC), where he provided care, counseling and consultation to clergy and congregations in crisis and conflict as well as in private practice. He has also served as the Director of LeaderCare (Wounded Ministers) Retreats for LifeWay Christian Resources, and as the Director of Pastoral Care and Counseling for Baptist Healthcare, Pensacola, Florida. Dallas has served as pastor, associate pastor, and interim pastor for churches in Florida and Louisiana.
He has earned several degrees which include: Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology, Argosy University; Doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling, Columbia Theological Seminary; Master of Divinity, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Master of Science in Counseling and Human Development, Troy State University.