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Tina Marie Turnipseed, American counselor, educator. Certified elementary and secondary teacher, Alabama. Edith Saylor scholar University Montevallo, 1977-1979, Helen Lyford Hall scholar, 1978-1979, Margret McCall scholar, 1980-1981. Member American Counseling Association (licensed professional counselor).


Turnipseed, Tina Marie was born on December 27, 1958 in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Douglas and Betty Marie (Milam) Turnipseed.


Bachelor of Science, University Montevallo, 1981. Master of Education, University South Carolina, 1989.


Recreation therapist, Department Mental Retardation, Columbia, South Carolina., 1982-1983;activity therapist, Department Mental Health, Columbia, South Carolina., 1984-1987;counselor, Department Mental Health, Columbia, South Carolina., 1987-1989;skills supervisor, Babcock Agency Mentally Retarded, Columbia, South Carolina., 1982-1983;group home director, Lutheran Family Superior vena cava syndrome, Columbia, South Carolina., 1989-1991;addictions specialist, South Carolina. Department Mental Health, Columbia, since 1991.


The bread and cup during Holy Communion symbolizes the broken body and shed blood of Christ that he offered for people the same way as he did for the disciples on the eve of his crucifixion.


Christians should engage the culture through discipleship within the churches and through participation in the democratic public policy and political process in order to help fulfill the kingdom mandate taught in the Bible and expressed in the Baptist Faith to bring industry, government, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and brotherly love.


Holiness is not just about personal spirituality and prayer. It will also be expressed through a commitment to social justice and to enabling other people to become followers of Jesus.


Member American Counseling Association (licensed professional counselor).


  • Other Interests

    Soccer, rugby, swimming, equestrianship.