Michelle Martin is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington where she earned a BA degree in Communications. Originally from Ohio, she moved to Fort Worth, Texas with her family in 1984.
Michelle has a background in marketing and small business and has worked for the University of Texas at Arlington, as well as owned multiple small businesses. She is currently enrolled in the Master of Arts in Counseling program at Carroll.
Michelle lives in Arlington, Texas with her husband Mike and their two teenagers.
You are cordially invited to attendthe 2019 Convocationand Graduation Ceremonyof B. H. Carroll Theological Institute Friday, May 24 – 7:00 PM Convocation Speaker — Dr. Albert Reyes President and CEO of Buckner International Musical Guests — The Singing Men of North Central Texas Worship Center — First Baptist Church 450 E. Hwy 287 Waxahachie, Texas Reception immediately […]
Community members, friends, and guests attended the Spring Colloquy along with Carroll’s Ph.D. students, faculty and staff. Carroll welcomed Dr. Eric Johnson, leading Christian psychology professor and author of God and Soul Care, a groundbreaking achievement in the synthesis of theology and psychology. According to Johnson, Christianity at its heart is a therapeutic faith – a […]
Join the students, faculty, staff and governors of B. H. Carroll Theological Institute to become a founding supporter of the new Kindred Scholars program. A Kindred Scholar is a student who connects with another student in his or her degree program but who lives and serves in a different context. The Kindred Scholars share learning […]
Dr. Scott Floyd, Director of Counseling Programs at B. H. Carroll Theological Institute, will present a workshop at the upcoming Christian Counselors of Texas Annual Conference, February 15-17, in Dallas. The CCT annual conference features nationally recognized speakers as well as provides opportunities to earn CEUs and network with other mental health care professionals from around […]