Instructor: Brad Williams

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Brad Williams currently serves as a general and special education teacher at Cramer Junior High in Essexville, Michigan. He received his bachelor's in elementary education from Michigan State University in 1992; that same year, his career began as a special education teacher with Bay City Public Schools in Bay City, Michigan. He earned his master's in counseling from Central Michigan University in 2003. In addition to teaching, he has many interests and career extensions, including:

  • Counseling couples and families, having been trained as both a Marriage & Family and an Individual counselor.
  • In the past, he has taught as an adjunct faculty member in the Education Department at Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan.
  • Brad also currently serves as Pastor of First Light Bible Church in Essexville, Michigan.

One of his great passions and avocations is writing. He has authored several published works, including:

  • The Learning is in the Journey, Not Just the Destination
  • What's Breaking Your Fall? God's Plan for Overcoming Life Struggles
  • Laying a Proper Foundation: Marriage and Family Devotional
  • A Season for Every Purpose: A Biblical Study of God's Unfolding Wisdom

Brad also enjoys conducting workshops on a variety of topics in education, as well as faith-based topics.

Classes by this instructor

T&L 2900: VIR: Awareness of Mental Health Issues
Mental health issues show in students and adults in many ways. This course will address some of them and seeks to empower educators by providing information on topics from identification of those faced with mental health challenges to factors that influence the conditions.
June 1, 2021 to June 1, 2023