Len Kageler, Ph.D. is a Seattle native  currently living just outside of New York City.   At Nyack College he serves as the Dean of The Center for Teaching Excellence  & Faculty Resources; and Professor of  Youth & Family Studies . He is also a researcher.

He is well known, among some brave souls, as an excellent omelet maker, even at 25 degrees F, camping on snow. 

He is well known, among some brave souls, as an excellent omelet maker, even at 25 degrees F, camping on snow. 

As an author, he combines original research with those of others to provide practical insight help, and encouragement for those engaged in Christian ministry

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BA, U of Washington, Sociology

M.Div. Sioux Falls Seminary

Ph.D. Fordham U, Sociology

 

As a communicator he speaks and teaches in university lectures, conferences, seminars, and churches.

Inspired by settings of beauty and history, Len loves to write where others have written. Much of his "Multifaith" book was written at Oxford Univeristy.

Inspired by settings of beauty and history, Len loves to write where others have written. Much of his "Multifaith" book was written at Oxford Univeristy.

"What you hold in your is a unique book.  I honestly know of none quite like it.  But its uniqueness should not be interpreted as novel or niche;  this book is of the utmost importance.  Faith and pluralism have become (at times tensely) linked linked in late modernity. It is nearly impossible...at least in the Western world...to imagine one without the other.  Our young people, perhaps even more than adults, feel  both the possibilities and problems with this linking.  It then is a great gift to have before us Youth Ministry in a Multifaith Society.  It promises to deepen your perspective and practice of youth ministry, and challenge you at every turn."   

           Andrew Root, Luther Seminary

 

Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you
— Psalm 143:7
In the Alps.

In the Alps.