Teresa Reeve: "I loved learning everything"
Teresa Reeve was heartbroken after the fatal Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
Following the October shooting, she helped organize a prayer vigil to unite several religions in the midst of a tragedy. Reeve, who is an associate dean of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, also is the chair of the university’s Interfaith Committee.
Reeve was born in British Columbia and began Adventist boarding school in California, where she met her husband.
For a period of time, she was an elementary school teacher and did freelance writing. After receiving her master’s in developmental psychology at Andrews, Reeve got involved in the children’s and family ministry.
Herald-Palladium staff writer Tony Wittkowski sat down with Reeve to discuss her time in education as well as the role religion plays in a community.
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