Walk and Be Well Contributors

The Rev. Canon M. Renée Miller

The Rev. Canon Renée Miller is an Episcopal priest, author, poet, and CREDO conference leader. Renée is an author of eight books, including Strength for the Journey: A Guide to Spiritual Practice published by Morehouse Publishing, an imprint of Church Publishing Incorporated.

The Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Cameron (Jackie)

An Episcopal priest and medical doctor, the Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Cameron holds certification in internal medicine and hospice and palliative medicine with the American Board of Internal Medicine. In addition, she trained in sports and exercise medicine. She holds an M.A. in Theological Studies and Christian Ethics and a Master of Divinity and served as faculty member for the CREDO physical health team.

The Rev. Dr. William J. Watson III (Bill)

The Rev. Dr. William Watson, III, (Bill) holds a medical degree as well as master’s degrees in Health Education and Divinity. He is a faculty member on the CREDO physical health team. Bill served as a family practitioner for 18 years  and as rector of St. John’s Church in Lynchburg, Virginia. 

Elizabeth McKay Moosbrugger

Elizabeth McKay Moosbrugger is a certified personal and professional coach and former CREDO faculty member and Church Pension Group Steps to Wellness consultant. She has a degree in Organizational Development and certification to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

Fran McKendree

A lifelong musician, who spent the first part of his career in the four-piece folk-rock ensemble McKendree Spring, Fran creates and performs songs inspired by his faith and expressive of his deep spirituality. He has released several CDs and produced recordings for other artists at his Teerivane Studios in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Fran has been a featured musician at CPG conferences. You can find out more information about Fran's music at his website.

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