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3MMM Team

Erin Robinson Hall

Rev. Dr. Erin Robinson Hall is the director of media and engagement for Three Minute Ministry Mentor.

Writer, podcaster, retreat leader, and preacher are all pieces of Erin’s vocational life.

Erin and her husband Jake, a pastor, enjoy laughing and learning while parenting four children.

Erin enjoys designing programs, curriculum and experiences for learners that invite imagination and spiritual formation. She holds a Master of Divinity from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology and a Doctorate of Educational Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary (2018). She won the Gabriel Abdullah award for the best research design program for the development of moral values. She also received the 2018 John Nelson Award for The Bible and the Missional Church, focusing on scripture, congregation, and community.

Erin has worked with a wide range of organizations including Three Minute Ministry Mentor, Hope4CE, NextSunday ResourcesBaptist Women in Ministry,  Faith ElementThe Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and the Listen to Your Mother Show. Erin is a curator for Compassionate Christianity  and co-hosts a podcast called “Glass Half Full” in which she curates conversations about the rhythms of work, parenting, ministry and life.

Adam DJ Brett

Adam DJ Brett is the web and director of digital connections for Three Minute Ministry Mentor.

Adam is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. He holds an MTS and a ThM from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University.

Currently he is an International Research Specialist, with the American Indian Law Alliance (aila.ngo). His area of specialization is the religion, media and culture with attention to mass media and the diffuse influence of U.S. Protestant Fundamentalism on media, culture, business, and politics during the early 20th century. He is also interested in the efforts of Indigenous nations and peoples to oppose the usage of a 15th century papal bull, the Doctrine of Discovery, to justify U.S. property laws that dispossess the lands of Indigenous nations and communities (upheld by the Supreme Court as recently as 2005 in Sherrill v. Oneida. Both projects allow him to anchor his work within the sub-disciplines of critical theories of religion and American religious history with careful attention to discourses of identity and power (via Michel Foucault). Professionally Adam has worked as a web developer, event planner, and social media manager for over a decade. He enjoys projects that allow him to integrate the academic study of religion, with contemporary issues, and creating new coding projects.