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Engelbrecht_Jay

Jay Engelbrecht

Faculty/English and Physical Education
Faculty Full-Time
Ext. 2507
Email: Engelbrecht.Jay@OCC.edu

Classes Taught:

  • British Literature
  • English Composition 1
  • English Composition 2
  • Lifetime Wellness
  • Masterpieces of Western Literature

Speaking Topics:

Jay can be scheduled to speak at your church or organization on the following topics:

  • Cultural Analysis - a look at where we are in America through the lens of film, social media and contemporary music.
  • Physical/Spiritual Connection - workshops on developing healthy habits in both physical and spiritual areas of life

View OCC's full list of available speakers and their topics!

Degrees Received:

  • Master of Science in Educational Technology from Pittsburg State University
  • Bachelor of Arts in English from University of Missouri

Writings and Publications:

  • Engelbrech, Jay. “Enough is Enough”. Christian Standard. April 9, 2015. http://christianstandard.com/2015/03/enough-is-enough-2/
  • Engelbrecht, Jay. “Balm in Gilead”. Christian Standard. March 15, 2015. http://christianstandard.com/2015/03/balm-in-gilead/
  • Engelbrecht, Jay. “Paradise Lost, Maybe”. Christian Standard. Jan 1, 2015. http://christianstandard.com/2015/01/paradise-lost-maybe/
  • Engelbrecht, Jay. “King Corn and Captain Kirk”. Christian Standard. Dec. 6, 2013. christianstandard.com/2013/12/king-corn-and-captain-kirk/
  • Engelbrecht, Jay. “Ezekial’s Endless Summer”. Christian Standard. Nov. 27, 2012. christianstandard.com/2012/11/ezekiels-endless-summer/