Margaret English de Alminana

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Margaret English de Alminana is an associate professor of historical theology and women’s studies for the Barnett College of Ministry & Theology at Southeastern University. She is formerly Senior Chaplain of Women at Orange County Florida’s Female Detention Center.She earned a doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Wales and serves as the Executive Director for the Society of Pentecostal Studies. 

Peg developed and taught many courses on faith and gender, while also speaking out on human trafficking and Gender Based Violence not only at her university, but for the Society for Pentecostal Studies, the Association for Youth Ministry Educators, Central Assembly of God, and countless humanitarian organizations because of her experience working with prostituted and incarcerated women. Peg has also been instrumental in the formation of two CBE chapters, one where she teaches at Southeastern University and the Tampa, FL CBE chapter.

Her publications include Women in Pentecostal and Charismatic Ministry: Informing an Ongoing Gender-Focused Dialogue on the Faith Contributions of Women; Removing the Veil, and numerous articles on women and faith. Peg’s writings were nominated for an Evangelical Publishing Award, through CBE’s academic Journal, Priscilla Papers. and has written numerous books and articles. In 2017, she was awarded a CBE Lifetime Achievement award for her lifetime of advocacy for women.

Resources by Margaret English de Alminana, Margaret English de Alminana

Book Review | Book Review: No Stones: Women Redeemed from Sexual Addiction
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | Incarcerated Women
Book | Removing the Veil: Revealing God's Truth for Women