My Blog – I am the Director of the Center for Spiritual Life and Chaplain at Eckerd College in Saint Petersburg, Florida.  At my blog, I focus on issues related to spirituality, faith, community, and social justice.

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My Bio – Doug McMahon, M.A., M.Div., is the Director of the Center for Spiritual Life and Chaplain at Eckerd College, a Presbyterian-related College in Saint Petersburg, Florida. He is a graduate of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago where he earned a Master of Divinity degree.  He also has a Master of Arts in HIstorical Theology from Wheaton College Graduate School in Illinois and a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Asbury University in Kentucky.   Doug is an adjunct faculty member at Eckerd College teaching service-learning courses in the International Education program, Malawi, Africa (2010, 2012 & 2014) and Costa Rica (2013) and in the Program for Experienced Learnings at Eckerd College (PEL), Poverty & Homelessness in Florida (2012 & 2013).  He also teaches Quest for Meaning, the senior capstone course for all residential students at Eckerd College (2010-present). He co-teaches a summer course for Eckerd College at the historic Chautauqua Institution, in Western New York (2013 & 2014). Doug is a minister (teaching elder) in the Presbyterian Church (USA), ordained by the Presbytery of Chicago on February 22, 1987, and is a member of the Presbytery of Tampa Bay.  Doug and his wife, Robin, have two adult sons, Patrick and Robert, and live in Saint Petersburg, Florida.