We invite you to join our Millennial Round Table with host Chelsey Youman. Pastor Jonathan Teague joins her. During the first hour, Patrina Mosley joins them. Then in the second hour, Holly Randall comes aboard. They’ll discuss millennials issues, and more of today’s top news stories.
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Jonathan and his wife Michelle have been married for 19 years and have five children: Katelyn, Elizabeth, Anna, Joseph, and Olivia. Prior to coming to Prestonwood in 2011, Jonathan served in various student ministry assignments throughout DFW. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Hardin-Simmons University, a master’s degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Educational Ministries degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Her commentary has been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Washington Examiner, The Hill, The Washington Times, Townhall, The Federalist, The Daily Signal, World Magazine, LifeSite News, Live Action News, The Christian Post, and more, including over 90 published policy papers, reports, and articles.
Patrina’s sought-after expertise has placed her before multiple state legislatures, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, and serving as an appointed advisor in the United States Agency for International Development. She has had the privilege of serving in various leadership roles at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Concerned Women for America, and the Family Research Council. Patrina sits on the advisory board of Human Coalition Action and is a contributing author to Choose Life: Answering Key Claims of Abortion Defenders with Compassion (Moody Publishers, 2022). Patrina is a graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Religion with a specialization in Biblical Studies and a Master’s in Public Policy.
Holly graduated summa cum laude from the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate for the Class of 2021 and a Sumners Foundation Scholar. During law school, she externed at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, worked as a research assistant to Dean Jim Roth, served as president of the OKC Student Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society, and published her Note, From Peyote to Parenthood: Why Employment Division v. Smith Must(and Might) Go, as a member of the Oklahoma City University Law Review. Holly spent her summers as a legal intern at the First Liberty Institute.
Holly received her bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Spanish from Oklahoma City University in 2018, graduating summa cum laude, cum honore, and was a member of the OCU Women’s Volleyball team.
Holly is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma.