Myles A. Calvin
Associate Pastor for Christian Formation
Dr. Myles A. Calvin has been at St. Francis for a number of years. He is originally from Saskatchewan, Canada, where he grew up and completed his undergraduate degree at St. Thomas More College (University of Saskatchewan). He spent several years as a Chaplain Assistant (Sergeant) and later as a Chaplain (Texas State Guard and National Guard). While serving with the military he had the great privilege of living in Germany and travelling to Prague a couple of times (one of his favorite cities).
In addition to his undergraduate degree, Dr. Calvin has earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling (Distinguished Graduate), a Master of Religious Studies degree, a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctorate in faith based counseling (Highest Honors).
Currently, he is a priest at the Anglican Cathedral Church of St. Francis, Program Director for the undergraduate certificate program at an accredited Church of Christ affiliated school, Minister General for the Fraternity of Saint Augustine of Canterbury, Squadron and Group Chaplain in the USAF-Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol), Coordinator for the Diocesan Office of Pastoral Care, and the Executive Archdeacon/Canon to the Ordinary for the Missionary Diocese of CANA West (Church of Nigeria). He has received a number of honors recognizing his contributions to military ministry, academic honors to include being named to the National Deans List Publication for academic excellence, and was recently granted a Commission as a Kentucky Colonel by Governor Matthew Bevin for service to the community and nation.
Myles is a member of the Society for Christian Psychology, the Evangelical Philosophical Society and the International Society of Christian Apologetics. He is a Board Certified Christian Counselor with the International Board of Christian Care (American Association of Christian Counselors).
Myles has three wonderful children. The oldest (Monica) is an Army veteran in medical residency at Vanderbilt, Christinia is an Air Force Officer who has served overseas (Middle East) and is currently stationed stateside, and Jeremy is a Military Policeman (Army) currently stationed in the Middle East. In addition, he has a granddaughter named Gigi.