Philip Kittle is a Hospice Chaplain, Clinical Pastoral Counselor and a Pastor with over 20 years experience in Hospice Chaplain ministry to the dying and bereaved. His career ministry focus is the reconciliation of spiritual and family relationships. Phil is Ordained, Licensed and Certified as a Clinical and Temperament Counselor, a Professional Member of the National Christian Counselors Association (N.C.C.A.) and a Certified Pastoral Member of Sarasota Academy of Christian Counseling (S.A.C.C.). Dr. Phil holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Cornerstone University. He possesses certificates in leadership and communication from Advanced Fuqua International School of Christian Communication and Robert Schuller School for Preaching. He has completed Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE), earned his MABS from Dallas Theological Seminary, a BS in Pastoral Ministry from Taylor University, Fort Wayne Campus and is a USAF veteran. Philip and his wife, Lynette, have four daughters. Together, they have lived and ministered in Florida, California, Hawaii, Alaska, Colorado, Texas, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio.