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  • Kevin Adams Kevin is the founding and senior pastor of Granite Springs Church. He loves conversation with people in all stages of their spiritual journey, mentoring young leaders, and praying the psalms. He also loves preaching, receiving his D.Min. under the direction of Haddon Robinson, a much loved and highly respected prince of preachers. He has taught at William Jessup University and Calvin Theological Seminary and authored The Book That Understands You (2009) and 150: Finding Your Story in the Psalms (2011), various blog posts, and a forthcoming book on baptism and Christian mission. He is the Director of Formation at the Newbigin House of Studies in San Francisco. (source and photo:
    29 resources
  • Robert Arakaki Robert Arakaki, a native of Hawaii, administers the Orthodox-Reformed Bridge, “a meeting place for Evangelicals, Reformed and Orthodox Christians,” and writes on the Orthodox Faith at (Source:
    144 resources
  • Talitha Arnold Rev. Talitha Arnold has been the Minister of the United Church of Santa Fe since 1987. A graduate of Pomona College and Yale Divinity School, Rev. Arnold was the Interim Associate University Chaplain for Yale and served congregations in Connecticut and Arizona before being called to United Church of Santa Fe. She served on Santa Fe's Children and Youth Commission, as President of Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity, and the hospital Ethics Committee. She currently co-leads the Faith Communities Task Force for the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention and just completed an 8-year term on the Alumni Board of Yale Divinity School. Her publications include the book, Worship for Vital Congregations, several essays in the Feasting on the Word lectionary series, and articles for The Christian Century, NPR's All Things Considered, The New Mexican, Albuquerque Journal, and the UCC's "Still Speaking" devotionals. She is currently working on a book on A Desert Faith for a Desert Time, funded by the Louisville Institute. She has received the United Church of Christ Antoinette Brown Award for outstanding women clergy, Santa Fe's Human Rights Award, Yale Divinity School's "Outstanding Recent Alum," a Lilly Endowment clergy grant, and Santa Fe's "Ten Who Made a Difference" award. (Source: Day 1; photo: United Church of Santa Fe)
    38 resources
  • Gregory Asimakoupoulos Greg Asimakoupoulos is the senior pastor of Mercer Island Covenant Church in suburban Seattle. Over the past three decades, he has served congregations in California, Illinois, and Washington State. In addition to his weekly preaching ministry, Greg has earned a reputation as a prolific writer. He is the author of ten books and more than three hundred magazine articles. In addition, he has written countless poems about current events and the human experience for numerous websites. He has been a regular contributor to the Partial Observer since 2004. Greg was raised in Wenatchee, Washington, graduated from Seattle Pacific University and received a Masters of Divinity from North Park Theological Seminary. (Source:; photo:
    101 resources
  • 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:; photo:
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