Dinelle Frankland joined the Lincoln Christian Seminary faculty in 2003. A native of Albion, Illinois, she holds a Bachelor of Sacred Music degree from Lincoln Christian College (1979) and a Master of Music degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (1987). She has a Doctorate of Worship Studies (2004) from the Institute for Worship Studies, founded by Robert E. Webber. Dr. Frankland taught music and worship at the college level from 1979-2003, serving both Dallas Christian College and Ozark Christian College. Her classroom experience includes Music Theory, Worship, Music and Worship Literature, Choral Arranging, Music History, and private Piano Lessons. The past two summers (07 & 08) she taught Philosophy and Practice of Worship at Haus Edelweiss near Vienna, Austria. She has directed college choirs, as well as the summer high school groups Salteens and Highest Praise. She travels throughout the country leading worship, providing seminars for churches, and speaking for women’s retreats and conferences. From 1988-1991 she was part-time music minister for Bedford Christian Church, Bedford, Texas (now Highland Meadows Christian Church). Dr. Frankland enjoys reading, movies, and visiting her extremely cute nephews and nieces who live in Indiana.