Jon Singletary is dean and professor in the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University. He has been on the faculty at Baylor for 15 years and his teaching and research focuses on family, community, and congregational life. Prior to serving in the office of the dean, he directed the Baylor Center for Family and Community Ministries.
Interested in how students discern vocation, how families learn to thrive, and how congregations plan their approaches to ministry, Jon began to work with the Enneagram through the writings of Kathy Hurley and Theodorre Donson. Several years later, Jon met Suzanne Stabile, author of The Road Back to You and The Path Between Us and founder of Life in the Trinity Ministry, through her work with students at Baylor and has recently completed a three-year apprenticeship program with her.
From a social work perspective, Jon is attentive to individual needs and desires that are core motivations shaping our personalities, as well as to congregational and organizational opportunities to improve leadership outcomes. As a minister, Jon’s desire to work for innovation and transformation are rooted in his faith and Christian teachings on God’s love and grace.
Contact him today to lead a workshop or an event for you.