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  • Augustine of Hippo Augustine of Hippo (354 – 430), also known as Saint Augustine, was a theologian, philosopher, and the bishop of Hippo Regius in Numidia, Roman North Africa. His writings influenced the development of Western philosophy and Western Christianity, and he is viewed as one of the most important Church Fathers of the Latin Church in the Patristic Period. His many important works include The City of God, On Christian Doctrine, and Confessions. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: face2faceafrica.com)
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  • Eric D Barreto Eric D. Barreto is the Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament. He holds a BA in religion from Oklahoma Baptist University, an MDiv from Princeton Seminary, and a PhD in New Testament from Emory University. Prior to coming to Princeton Seminary, he served as associate professor of New Testament at Luther Seminary, and also taught as an adjunct professor at the Candler School of Theology and McAfee School of Theology. As a Baptist minister, Barreto has pursued scholarship for the sake of the church, and he regularly writes for and teaches in faith communities around the country. He has also been a leader in the Hispanic Theological Initiative Consortium, a national, ecumenical, and inter-constitutional consortium comprised of some of the top seminaries, theological schools, and religion departments in the country. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion. (Source and photo: ericbarreto.com)
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  • Robert Barron Father Robert Barron is an American prelate of the Catholic Church serving as auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. He is the founder of the Catholic ministerial organization Word on Fire, and his website, WordonFire.org, is viewed by millions of people each year. Barron has published numerous books, essays, and articles on theology and spirituality. Recent book titles include Exploring Catholic Theology (2015), To Light a Fire on the Earth: Proclaiming the Gospel in a Secular Age (2017), and Renewing our Hope: Essays for the New Evangelization (2020). (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: youtube.com)
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  • David Bast David Bast is the host of Groundwork, a half-hour weekly audio program that digs deeply into scripture as a foundation for people's lives. Prior to Groundwork, he served for 23 years with Words of Hope, retiring in 2017 as its President and Broadcast Minister. He was also a pastor of congregations in the Reformed Church in America and is the author of several devotional books. (Source and photo: groundwork.reframemedia.com)
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  • Martin Bernigeroth Martin Bernigeroth (1670-1733) was a German engraver who lived and worked in Leipzig. (Source and photo: de.wikipedia.org)
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  • Joyce Borger Joyce Borger is an ordained minister of the Christian Reformed Church in North America, serving the denomination as the director of Worship Ministries and as the senior editor of the ecumenical journal Reformed Worship. She has also served as editor of several musical collections, including Lift Up Your Hearts: Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs (Faith Alive Christian Resources, 2013) and Psalms for All Seasons (Faith Alive Christian Resources, 2011). (Source and photo: worship.calvin.edu)
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  • Timothy R Botts Timothy R Botts is a master calligrapher who studied graphic design and calligraphy at Carnegie-Mellon University. After spending three years in Japan, he began a forty-year career at Tyndale House Publishers designing books and Bibles, retiring as senior art director in 2012. Tim helped start Masterpiece Project, an outreach to high school students in the arts, and currently serves as their artistic director. He also teaches calligraphy part time at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois and has taught numerous workshops throughout the United States and internationally. (Source: timbottscalligraphy.com; photo: faith-and-life.org)
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  • Doug Bratt Rev. Doug Bratt is the pastor of the Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church in Silver Spring, MD. He has been an ordained minister in the Christian Reformed Church for nearly 33 years. (Source: thebanner.org; photo: sscrc.org)
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  • Carolyn C Brown Carolyn C Brown is a Certified Christian Educator in the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA). She has more than thirty years' experience in Christian Education with a variety of congregations covering five states and is also a member of the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators. Her blog, Worshiping with Children, provides resources for intergenerational worship keyed to the Revised Common Lectionary cycles. (Source and photo: worshipingwithchildren.blogspot.com)
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  • Frederick Buechner Frederick Buechner is an American writer and theologian. He is the author of more than thirty published books and has been an important source of inspiration and learning for many readers. His work encompasses many genres, including fiction, autobiography, essays, sermons, and other nonfiction. Buechner’s books have been translated into twenty-seven languages for publication around the world. Buechner’s writing has often been praised for its ability to inspire readers to see the grace in their daily lives. (Source: frederickbuechner.com; photo: wikipedia.com)
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  • Howard E Butt Jr Howard E Butt Jr (1927-2016) was a billionaire heir apparent to his family's Texas supermarket empire, who gave up the business to spread a Christian message about the dignity of work and its nexus with faith. In 2000, he began giving a one-minute radio homily, a segment he titled “The High Calling of Our Daily Life,” which highlighted the role that faith has played in the successful careers and personal lives of ordinary people. His homilies were carried on 3,000 stations in every state, reaching millions of listeners. In addition, he founded Laity Lodge in 1961 and it has been welcoming guests to retreats designed to reawaken a sense of the sacred—the nearness and goodness of God in all of life—ever since. (Source: nytimes.com, laitylodge.org; photo: mysanantonio.com)
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  • Thomas Lane Butts The Rev. Dr. Thomas Lane Butts is minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church in Monroeville, AL, and has served United Methodist Churches in Florida and Alabama. Dr. Butts has been the featured preacher for the United Methodist series of the Protestant Radio Hour (currently known as Day 1) nearly 40 times since 1978. He has written one book, Tigers In the Dark, originally published by Abingdon Press in 1978, now in its 4th printing. Dr. Butts has been an active leader in the Civil Rights movement since the mid-fifties and a columnist for several newspapers, including The Montgomery Advertiser and The Mobile Press. His sermons are also regularly featured in professional homiletical journals. Dr. Butts is in frequent demand as a speaker on college and university campuses, and as an after-dinner speaker; additionally, he preaches in churches throughout the country. (Source: day1.com; photo: garrett.edu)
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  • The Spurgeon Center The Spurgeon Center for Biblical Preaching at Midwestern Seminary contains the personal library of Charles Haddon Spurgeon. With access to nearly 6,000 volumes from Spurgeon’s personal library, the Spurgeon Library is unmatched when it comes to Spurgeon scholarship. (Source: spurgeon.org; photo: twitter.com)
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  • Centerline New Media Centerline New Media creates quality media that can be used to further the Kingdom of Jesus Christ and provides easy access to beautiful media assets to keep your services and presentations looking great. (Source: centerlinenewmedia.com)
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  • Lillian Daniel Lillian Daniel is a preacher, teacher and writer in Iowa. Her new book, Tired of Apologizing for a Church I Don't Belong To, is generating international conversation about the changing religious landscape. ​It continues the theme of her 2013 book, When ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ Is Not Enough, about the growing number of people who claim "none" as their religious preference. While she has taught preaching at a number of schools, including Chicago Theological Seminary and Yale Divinity School, she can’t be held responsible for everyone who falls asleep in church. Daniel has spoken at the National Cathedral, Duke Chapel, Kings College, London and Queen’s College, Ontario, but on Sundays you can find her preaching at First Congregational Church in Dubuque, Iowa. (Source and photo: lilliandaniel.com)
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  • Nancy L deClaissé-Walford Nancy L deClaissé-Walford is an American theologian and specialist in the Hebrew language and Biblical studies. She is Carolyn Ward Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages and Advisor for the Academic Research Track at McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia. She also acts as the Word Biblical Commentary series Old Testament editor and has served for 20 years on the editorial board for the Review & Expositor journal. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: theology.mercer.edu)
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  • Gustave Doré Paul Gustave Doré (1832-1883) was a French artist, printmaker, illustrator, comics artist, caricaturist, and sculptor who worked primarily with wood-engraving. He did a series of 241 engravings for La Grande Bible de Tours, a new deluxe edition of the 1843 French translation of the Vulgate Bible, popularly known as the Bible de Tours. (Source and photo: wikipedia.org)
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  • Lee Eclov Lee Eclov is former pastor of Village Church of Lincolnshire in Lake Forest, Illinois and author of Pastoral Graces: Reflections on the Care of Souls. Eclov is an adjunct professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and hosts Pastors' Gatherings: How We Shepherd. (Source: christianitytoday.com; photo: leeeclov.com)
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  • Pierre Eskrich Pierre Eskrich (?1530-?1590) was a French painter, engraver, and illustrator from Geneva, Switzerland. He produced prints for publishing, as well as drawings and illustrations, particularly in cartography. (Source: fr.wikipedia.org)
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  • Kae Evensen Kae Evensen is a pastor at Mercy Seat Lutheran Church in northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota, and a regular contributor to workingpreacher.org.
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  • David Fitch David Fitch is B. R. Lindner Chair of Evangelical Theology at Northern Seminary Chicago, IL. He is also the founding pastor of Life on the Vine Christian Community, a missional church in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. He writes on the issues the local church must face in Mission including cultural engagement, leadership, and theology and has lectured and presented on these topics at many seminaries, graduate schools, denominational gatherings, and conferences. (Source and photo: seminary.edu)
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  • Reginald H Fuller Reginald H Fuller (1915-2007) was an Anglo-American biblical scholar, ecumenist, and Anglican priest. His works are recognized for their consequential analysis of New Testament Christology. One aspect of his work is on the relation of Jesus to the early church and the church today. (Source: wikipedia.org)
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  • Ana Gobledale Ana Gobledale is a writer and minister in the United Reformed Church in Great Britain who cares about words and loves children, worship, and baptisms! Ana established and edits Worship Words and, with her husband Tod, serves a pastorate of three United Reformed Church congregations in the United Kingdom. From 2010 – 2015 they served St Andrew’s United Reformed Church in London UK. Their years of service in Global Ministries (Christian Church-Disciples of Christ USA and United Church of Christ USA) have taken them to South Africa, Zimbabwe and Australia. (Source: worshipwords.co.uk)
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  • John R Gunn John R Gunn (1877 – 1956) was first a Baptist pastor and successful author. He then became a newspaper columnist whose daily messages inspired readers for over 36 years. After his death, letters to the editor requested that the columns continue, and thereafter these were reprinted daily for 15 more years. A short time later, his messages became radio scripts for the Presbyterian Church. In 1984, The Protestant Radio and Television Center of Atlanta, Georgia was awarded the Peabody Award for their Protestant Hour program, "Be Still and Know," which featured John R. Gunn's meditations. Those meditations continued for 14 years. Reverend Gunn’s work, written and audio, is still available at Day1, a ministry of The Alliance for Christian Media. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: commons.wikimedia.org)
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  • The Skit Guys The Skit Guys are Tommy Woodard and Eddie James, who have been best friends since high school. They fell in love with acting through their involvement in the school's theater productions, and discovered they had a knack for making people laugh. When Tommy invited Eddie to church, everything changed. With encouragement and guidance from their youth pastor, the guys started to write and perform skits for their youth group. No longer was it just about making people laugh-their skits now had a bigger purpose. Since their high-school days, they've been writing and performing hilarious and poignant skits live and on camera. Tommy and Eddie have traveled the world performing for families at events, churches, and conferences. Their SkitGuys.com website has grown into a treasured media resource for families, pastors and churches. Their numerous short films, skits, and scripts are used to reach families all over the world. When The Skit Guys aren't performing or shooting new short films, both Tommy and Eddie serve in their local churches, enjoy good food (especially pizza and fries!), and love life with their families. (Source: skitguys.com; photo: youthministrysherpas.com)
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  • Rachel G Hackenberg Rachel G. Hackenberg is an ordained United Church of Christ minister with degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary and Colgate University. Her achievements include the Jagow Prize in Homiletics (2007), Joe R. Engle Preaching Fellowship (2009), and Adese Fellowship (2020). Currently Rachel serves as publisher and managing editor for The Pilgrim Press. Her professional experience includes positions in pastoral ministry, curriculum development, denominational polity, Christian formation, theological education, and outdoor ministry. Rachel also writes online for RevGalBlogPals, the Stillspeaking Daily Devotional, and occasionally The Huffington Post. (Source: rachelhackenberg.com; photo: darkwoodbrew.org)
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  • Joanna Harader Joanna Harader is pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo: peacemennonite.org)
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  • Katherine HawkerSelf Katherine HawkerSelf is a former UCC minister (Michigan and Missouri) who continues to write about Jesus, justice, and “the work of making meaning.” (Source: liturgyoutside.net; photo: queerituality.com)
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  • Mary Hinkle Shore Mary Hinkle Shore is rector and dean of Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University. From 2013-2019, she served as pastor of Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, an ELCA congregation in Brevard, North Carolina, and before that she taught New Testament at Luther Seminary for 16 years. Shore is a frequent speaker and author of the book Signs of Belonging: Luther's Marks of the Church and the Christian Life. She has also published articles in The Christian Century magazine, Word and World Journal, Journal for Preachers, and the website Working Preacher. (Source: workingpreacher.org; photo: christiancentury.org)
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  • Jennifer L Holberg Professor Holberg co-directs the Calvin Center for Faith and Writing, the home of not just the biennial Festival of Faith and Writing but a host of other initiatives. Her interest in the intersections of faith and literature also shows up in her biweekly contributions as one of The Twelve (since 2012), a blog about contemporary issues through a Reformed Christian lens, as well as in her book, Shouts and Whispers: 21 Writers Speak About Their Writing and Their Faith, published by Eerdmans in 2006, which received a coveted starred review from Publishers Weekly. The first woman “Professor of the Year” at Calvin, she is passionate about teaching, both in her classroom and in her scholarship as the founding co-editor of the Duke University Press journal, Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2020. Holberg has served on numerous departmental and campus committees, including serving as Associate Director of the Honors Program, Head Teaching Fellow of the Teaching and Learning Network, and faculty leader of the Faculty Senate for six years; she currently chairs the all-university Educational Policy Committee. An enthusiastic advocate of public scholarship, she teaches CALL (Calvin Academy of Lifelong Learning) each semester and frequently speaks to churches and other community groups. (Source: calvin.edu)
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  • Joan Huyser-Honig Joan Huyser-Honig is a writer with Huyser-Honig Creative Services. She is especially interested in worship that invites people to grow together in God’s generous love, made visible in who they call “neighbor” and how they seek the common good. (Source: worship.calvin.edu; photo: oakdaleneighbors.org)
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  • Robert P Imbelli Robert P. Imbelli is a Christian theologian and priest of the Archdiocese of New York. He has taught theology at the New York Archdiocesan Seminary and at the Maryknoll School of Theology. He was formerly associate professor of theology at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: bc.edu)
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  • Rolf Jacobson Rolf Jacobson is Professor of Old Testament and the Alvin N. Rogness Chair of Scripture, Theology, and Ministry at Luther Seminary. Prior to that, he served on the faculty of Augsburg University and as Associate Pastor of Como Park Lutheran Church (St. Paul, Minnesota). Known for his humor and faithful biblical interpretation, Jacobson is an in-demand preacher and teacher. With Craig Koester, he developed and supports the Narrative Lectionary and enjoys collaborating with other teachers and pastors. His scholarly interests include the Psalms, prophets, biblical theology, biblical narrative, and preaching the Old Testament. He can be heard weekly on Sermon Brainwave and I Love to Tell the Story (the Narrative Lectionary podcast). (Source and photo: luthersem.edu)
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  • Katharine Jefferts Schori Katharine Jefferts Schori was elected Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in June 2006. She served as chief pastor and primate to the Episcopal Church's members in 17 countries, 109 dioceses and three regional areas. She joined with other principal bishops of the 38-member Provinces of the worldwide Anglican Communion, seeking a common cause for global good and reconciliation. Over the course of her 9-year term, Bishop Jefferts Schori was responsible for initiating and developing policy for the Episcopal Church and spoke on behalf of the church regarding the policies, strategies, and programs authorized by General Convention. She was vocal about the Episcopal Church's mission priorities, including the United Nation Millennium Development Goals, issues of domestic poverty, climate change and care for the earth, as well as the ongoing need to contextualize the gospel. The Presiding Bishop is charged to speak God's word to the church and to the world. (Source: episcopalchurch.org; photo: parabola.org)
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  • Saint Jerome Saint Jerome (c. 342-347 – 420), also known as Jerome of Stridon, was a Latin priest, confessor, theologian, and historian. He is best known for his translation of most of the Bible into Latin (the translation that became known as the Vulgate) and his commentaries on the Gospels. His list of writings is extensive. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: britannica.com)
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  • Elisabeth Johnson Elisabeth Johnson is an ELCA pastor and missionary serving in Cameroon as a professor at the Lutheran Institute of Theology in Meiganga. She earned a Ph.D. in New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary and has served as an adjunct professor for Luther Seminary (2003-04 and 2007-08). She is the author of two studies for the Augsburg Adult Bible Studies series — “Covenant Communities” (Fall 2009) and “A Living Faith” (Fall 2012). (Source: workingpreacher.org)
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  • Victoria Emily Jones Victoria Emily Jones graduated from UNC–Chapel Hill in 2010 with a BA in journalism and English literature and a minor in music, and she has done some postgraduate coursework in worship and the arts at Regent College in Vancouver. Now she works as an editorial freelancer and pursues independent research on Christianity and the arts, with a special interest in visual art that engages with biblical narratives, especially from the twentieth century onward and/or from non-Western cultures. (Source and photo: artandtheology.org)
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  • Jes Kast Jes Kast is a progressive minister, constructive theologian, and pop culture aficionado. She is the pastor of Faith United Church of Christ in State College, PA. (Source and photo: revjeskast.com)
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  • Craig R Koester Craig R Koester is the Asher O. and Carrie Nasby chair of New Testament Studies at Luther Theological Seminary. He is the author of commentaries on Hebrews, John, and Revelation, and is one of the designers of the Narrative Lectionary, which enables congregations to move through major sections of both Old and New Testaments from September through May each year. (Source and photo: luthersem.edu)
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  • Joseph A Komonchak Joseph Komanchak is a Catholic priest and theologian, and is Professor Emeritus of the School of Theology and Religious Studies at the Catholic University of America, where he retired in 2009. He is a leading interpreter of the Second Vatican Council, co-editor of the English version of the five-volume history of the Council, and the chief editor of The New Dictionary of Theology. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: fordham.edu)
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  • Robert B Kruschwitz Robert Kruschwitz is professor of philosophy, senior scholar for The Institute for Faith and Learning, and former director of the Center for Christian Ethics at Baylor University. He is also the former editor of Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics. (Source: baylor.edu; photo: baptiststandard.com)
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  • Moira Laidlaw Moira Laidlaw is an ordained Minister of the Word in the Uniting Church in Australia and served two churches before retiring to write liturgies that are not only related to the lectionary but also reflect Australia imagery and resources wherever possible. (Source: liturgiesonline.com)
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  • Arthur Landwehr Arthur Landwehr (1934-2003), aka Arthur J Landwehr II, was a “prominent preacher, leader, writer, and ecuminist [sic]…[who] has impacted so many lives by communicating his deep passion in the Christian tradition as well as trying to reach out to engage issues facing the world...His published works include, In the Third Place (1972) and Lessons on Pastoral Epistles (1997), Working Well: Vocation in Business (1999) and United Methodist History: A Brief History of the Northern Illinois Conference (1999). Additionally, he contributed articles to a wide variety of professional journals throughout his career. Dr. Landwehr was known for his powerful and enigmatic speaking style.” (Source: legacy.com; photo: collections.carli.illinois.edu)
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  • Theresa Latini Theresa Latini has been an administrator and professor in three seminaries, a Presbyterian pastor, a spiritual care coordinator in a human service agency, and a consultant to organizations and communities of faith throughout North America. She teaches and writes about the intersections of public leadership, conflict transformation, spirituality, diversity, and reconciliation. Her books, essays, and blogs seek to assist leaders and their communities in bridging the many divides that separate people from one another and that prevent them from flourishing. (Source and photo: theresalatini.com)
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  • Jean LeClerc Jean LeClerc (1587/88 – 1633) was a 17th-century painter from the Duchy of Lorraine. Only six authenticated paintings remain of LeClerc’s work, but numerous etchings and engravings have survived. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: commons.wikimedia.org)
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  • Karoline M Lewis Karoline M. Lewis is the Marbury E. Anderson Chair in Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN, where she has taught since 2007. She is the author of A Lay Preacher’s Guide: How to Craft a Faithful Sermon (2020), SHE: Five Keys to Unlock the Power of Women in Ministry, and John: Fortress Biblical Preaching Commentaries, as well as numerous articles and book chapters. Lewis leads conferences, workshops, and retreats internationally on the Gospel of John, the New Testament, interpreting the Bible, preaching, leadership, and women in ministry. She is a contributing writer for Working Preacher, co-host of the site's weekly podcast, Sermon Brainwave, and regularly authors the Dear Working Preacher column. (Source and photo: karolinelewis.com)
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  • C S Lewis Clive Staples Lewis (1898 - 1963) was a British writer and lay theologian. He held academic positions in English literature at both Oxford University (Magdalen College, 1925–1954) and Cambridge University (Magdalene College, 1954–1963). He is best known for his works of fiction, especially The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Space Trilogy, and for his non-fiction Christian apologetics, such as Mere Christianity, Miracles, and The Problem of Pain. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: britannica.com)
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  • Christine Longhurst Christine Longhurst has spent the past thirty years in worship ministry as pastor, worship leader, and teacher. She is on faculty at Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, and offers workshops on worship in churches across Canada. She is curator of the popular re:Worship blog for pastors and worship leaders. (Source: regent-college.edu; photo: cmu.ca)
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  • David J Lose David J. Lose is the senior pastor of Mount Olivet Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. From 2014 to 2017, he served as president of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP). He was Marbury E. Anderson Associate Professor of Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota, before accepting the presidency at LTSP. He is the author of Making Sense of the Christian Faith, Making Sense of Scripture and Confessing Jesus Christ: Preaching in a Postmodern World. He speaks widely in the United States and abroad on preaching, Christian faith in a postmodern world and biblical interpretation. (Source and photo: ministrymatters.com)
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  • Barbara K. Lundblad Barbara Kay Lundblad is the Joe R. Engle Professor Emeritus of Preaching at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. She served 16 years as a parish pastor in New York City, as well as campus pastor at Lehman College and New York University. She has taught preaching at Yale Divinity School, Princeton Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and in the D.Min. program of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools. In 2007, she served as president of the Academy of Homiletics. Lundblad is the author of “Transforming the Stone: Preaching through Resistance to Change” and “Marking Time: Preaching Biblical Stories in Present Tense.” She has contributed to Lectionary Homiletics, Currents in Theology and Mission, Word & World, The Journal of Preaching and The Living Pulpit. (Source: workingpreacher.org; photo: chqdaily.com)
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