Jason B. Watson is a follower of Christ, a husband, a father and a Christian educator.  He and Kristina were married in 1999 and they have a son and a daughter.  Jason has a BA in Political Science from Drake University, where he was also inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha and Phi Alpha Theta.  He has earned a ThM from Christian Bible College, an MEd in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Administration and Supervision from Lynchburg College, an MA in Biblical Studies with an emphasis in Christian Education from Trinity Theological Seminary, an EdS in Educational Supervision from the University of South Dakota and an MA in American History from Pace University.  Jason taught 6th through 12th grade history, government, economics, and geography at a Christian school outside of Washington, D.C. for three years.  For nearly nine years, including five and a half as CEO,  he was an administrator with a Christian non-profit ministry in Virginia providing residential placement for at-risk youth and Christian counseling to children, adolescents, and adults.  He is currently the Superintendent/Principal of Sunshine Bible Academy in Miller, South Dakota.

Jason has spoken in Christian school chapels and in churches in several states in the mid-Atlantic and the mid-west, and has led professional development seminars for Christian educators in South Carolina, Virginia and Maryland.  He was one of two national peer reviewers for “Character Challenge (C2),” a research-based curriculum designed to develop character in teens.  This program is currently used in 26 states.  In 2009 Jason developed UNTO THE LORD: The Roles and Responsibilities of the Christian Worker, a training program designed to equip believers to live out their faith in the workplace.  He is also the author of Satan’s Playbook (Crossbooks, 2011).

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