Craig Lindsey received his B.A. in Urban Planning (Economics, Political Science, Sociology in development of community resources) from the College of Wooster in 1980; his Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in Manhattan in 1984; Professional Certification in Bio-Medical Ethics in 1994 from University of Milwaukee/University of Chicago Law School and University of Minnesota; his Doctor of Ministry in Gospel and PostModern Culture from Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA 2003. Dr. Lindsey is a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA), ordained in 1984; a specialist in Conflict Resolution/Cultural Transformation and Missions and Senior Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Skaneateles, New York since 1996. In April 2005, he traveled solo to Southern Sudan to reunite families lost from one another during the 25 year civil war, where he developed relationships throughout the tribal culture, religious network, military systems, local government, Ministry of Health, NGOs and participated in the selection of the site for the Duk Lost Boys Clinic. In January 2008, he shared in leadership of the first Medical Mission trip to the Duk Lost Boys Clinic, negotiated contract for donation of three years of Internet Communications from Intelsat and provided grant writing for expansion of programs. He is a member of the Sudan Mission Network.