Lena Crouso

Rev. Dr. Lena Crouso holds a doctorate in Multicultural Christian Counseling from Andersonville Theological Seminary and holds two Education degrees in Leadership and Curriculum Design from University of Central Florida and Stetson University. Currently she is completing a second doctorate in Transformational Leadership and Culture from The Bakke Graduate University. She is a licensed pastor with the Church of the Nazarene and she and her husband Kendall lead a house church movement in their community.

She serves as the Director of Intercultural Learning and Engagement and is an Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies. In addition, she leads the All India Wesleyan Alliance Initiative for the University. Her research and writing focuses on intercultural, holistic pathways of community reconciliation for domestic and international equity and justice. She and her husband are the joyful parents of three grown daughters, Kayla, Chloe, and Addie all who share a love for Christian service here and in India.


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Theology of The Child
Document Description: 

This article is part of a paper for a BGU course in Manila by Rev. Dr. Lena Crouso

The Theology of “The Child”
The Trinitarian Plan and Promise for Children: A Biblical Narrative
Introductory Statement
Children are a gift from God…this is the declarative truth put forth in Psalm 127:3. The specificity of this verse is not as a treatise to the actual procreation and reproduction, but rather as a  reatise for why humanity comes into being only because of “multiplying” and that when babies are born, humanity is reflecting God’s good creation. This is further affirmed in the understanding that the Triune God’s intention has always been to grow through fruitful multiplication, His created beings, made in His image, over and over again as He declares in  genesis, to make humans in “our image”, bearing out God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
English Theology of The Womb