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Dr. Julia Hurlow
Dr. Julia Hurlow is an avid traveler nationally and internationally, while currently residing in a rural neighborhood in Indiana. Creating spaces for people to gather, share meals, and explore the outdoors in all seasons are essential elements of her life’s rhythms. With a master’s degree in counseling as well as a doctorate in semiotics and future studies, she appreciates finding redemptive meaning through remembering, lamenting, and celebrating. Her current work as an assistant professor at a university entails educating, offering spiritual direction, speaking, and writing. She is the author of the book: Transcendence at the Table: A Transfigurational Experience While Breaking Bread Together. More information can be found at juliahurlow.com Cheers to what is to come!
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Dr. Jeff Aupperle
Jeff Aupperle is the Director of Calling and Career at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana where he teaches and provides counsel to students on matters of vocation. He has also served as a licensed and ordained minister in the Missionary Church denomination since 2005. Jeff lives in Upland, Indiana with his wife Rachel and their three children, Reid, Jaelynn, and Jonas.
Jeff holds a PhD in Educational Leadership and Administration from Indiana State University, an MA in Higher Education and Student Development from Taylor University, and a BA in Christian Ministries from Bethel University. He is also the author of: The Light of Knowledge: How James Bradley and the Lane Rebels Forever Changed American Higher Education (2021).