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Shurance, Michael J. 1979–

Shurance, Michael J. 1979–

PERSONAL: Born 1979, in Orange, CA; married Stephanie Myrant, 2001. Education: Vanguard University, B.A. (history/political science; with high honors), 2001; Biola University, M.A. (Christian apologetics; with honors), 2002. Hobbies and other interests: Basketball, golf, hiking, reading.

ADDRESSES: Home—1265 North Chrisden St., No. R-201, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807.

CAREER: Substitute teacher and coach for Christian schools in southern California, 1999–2000; youth pastor at a community church, 2000–01; Learning Tree University, instructor, 2001–02; Trinity Lutheran Christian School, teacher and coach, 2002–; Brethren Christian High School, Huntington Beach, CA, faculty member. Internet Business Creations, owner and operator, 1998–; Always Positive, Inc., chief information officer, 2000–02;, staff apologist, 2001–, radio host, 2002; Reach Productions, chief executive officer, 2003–. North Orange County Community College, adjunct faculty member, 2002–. Community volunteer, including work for Oasis homeless shelter, 1998.

MEMBER: Association of Christian Schools International, Evangelical Philosophical Society, Phi Alpha Theta.


Unalienable Rights: Why the Federal Government Is Required to Stop Abortion, Reach Productions (Anaheim, CA), 2003.

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