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  • Paul Neeley Dr. Paul Neeley is the curator of global worship resources at Global Christian Worship and a former instructor at the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies.
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  • Nathan Nettleton Nathan Nettleton is pastor at the South Yarra Community Baptist Church, a small congregation located in an inner-city neighbourhood of Melbourne, Australia. He has a Master of Theology degree from the University of Divinity for studies in Liturgical Theology and was ordained by the Baptist Union of Victoria. He is a member of the Baptist World Alliance Study Commission on Worship & Spirituality, a member of the Australian Academy of Liturgy and Societas Liturgica, and represents the Baptist Union of Australia on the ecumenical Australian Consultation on Liturgy (ACOL), and ACOL on the English Language Liturgical Consultation. (Source and photo: laughingbird.net)
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  • Thomas O'Brien Tom O’Brien is a Canon and Examining Chaplain for Holy Scripture in the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. The writings presented by Tom are those prescribed in the Revised Common Lectionary for the upcoming Sundays. Tom has been a Lay Deputy to the last five Episcopal Church General Conventions and was a member of the Council of Advice to the President of the House of Deputies. Tom has been teaching courses on the Bible and Theology for the last 19 years in various venues. He holds degrees from Notre Dame (magna cum laude), Yale Law School, and an M.A. in Theology (summa cum laude) from St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach, FL. (Source: scriptureincontext.org)
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  • Bill Olnhausen Father Bill Olnhausen is Pastor Emeritus of Saint Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. He was raised Evangelical United Brethren, went Methodist, was an Episcopalian priest for 24 years, and now for 33 years has been an Orthodox priest. He blogs regularly on the intersection of Orthodox Faith and American Midwestern culture. (Source: frbillsorthodoxblog.com)
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  • John Ortberg is an evangelical Christian author, speaker, and the former senior pastor of Menlo Church in Menlo Park, California, an ECO Presbyterian church with more than 4,000 members. Ortberg has published many books including When the Game is Over, It All Goes Back in the Box; If You Want to Walk on Water, You've Got to Get Out of the Boat; and The Life You've Always Wanted. (Source: wikipedia.org)
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  • Anne Osdieck Anne Osdieck is a contributor of spiritual reflections and discussion questions for The Sunday Website, a service of the Catholic Studies Program at Saint Louis University.
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  • Paul Pastor Paul J. Pastor is a writer and editor whose writings on spirituality and culture blend a love of the Christian Scriptures with wide-ranging interests in literature, ecology, philosophy, and art, and a unique intimacy with the natural world. His work engages timeless ideas that speak boldly to the wounds and possibilities of our age. Paul’s writing is widely recognized for its beauty and depth, and has won numerous awards, including from the Maggie Awards, the Evangelical Press Association, and the Christian Book Association. In 2019, Paul joined the editorial team of Penguin Random House, acquiring and championing new books for their WaterBrook and Multnomah imprints. As well, he serves as editor-at-large for Outreach magazine, contributing regular feature essays and interviews with some of the most influential Christian leaders in the United States. (Source and photo: pauljpastor.com)
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  • Carol Penner Carol Penner teaches and writes in the area of practical theology and after many years as a pastor in various Mennonite congregations, she joined the faculty at Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo, Ontario. Her research interests include feminist theology, Mennonite peace theology, and abuse issues. She contributes regularly to her blog of worship resources, leadinginworship. (Source and photo: uwaterloo.ca/grebel)
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  • Dave Peterson Dave Peterson (B.S, M.Div., D.Min., D.H.L.) is an ordained Presbyterian pastor who has served congregations in Washington, Nevada, Michigan, and Texas. He is Pastor Emeritus of the Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Houston. As Director of Community Outreach of The Robert and Janice McNair Foundation, he serves as a point of connection between the Foundation and its outreach partners in the community. He also offers spiritual resources and guidance across the broad range of the McNairs’ interests. (Source and photo: mcnairfoundation.org)
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  • Eugene H Peterson ​​Eugene Peterson (November 6, 1932 – October 22, 2018) was an American Presbyterian minister, scholar, theologian, author, and poet. He wrote over 30 books, including the Gold Medallion Book Award–winner The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language (Navpress Publishing Group, 2002), an idiomatic paraphrasing commentary and translation of the Bible into modern American English using a dynamic equivalence translation approach. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: nytimes.com)
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  • John J Pilch Dr. John J. Pilch was born in Brooklyn, New York and educated in the mid-West (Wisconsin and Illinois) earning his PhD from Marquette University in 1972. Leading study tours to the Middle East provided first hand experience of that culture and its values. He was assistant clinical professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin for fourteen years(1974-1988) focusing on medical anthropology as it helps to appreciate healing in the modern and ancient world. He then taught the Cultural World of the Bible for eighteen years at Georgetown University, Washington DC (1993-2011) and until his death in 2016, he lectured in the Odyssey Program at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. All his audiences have appreciated the fresh light that Middle Eastern culture and values shed on ancient literature from that part of the world. His publications on the Middle Eastern cultural world of the Bible and on healing in the ancient world are well known in the US and abroad. (Source: amazon.com; photo: baltimoresun.com)
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  • Barnabas Powell Fr. Barnabas Powell is the priest at Sts. Raphael, Nicholas, and Irene Greek Orthodox Church in Cumming, Georgia. He founded Faith Encouraged Ministries in 2014 and was the host of the Faith Encouraged LIVE talk show on Ancient Faith Radio until January of 2019. Faith Encouraged Ministries continues to produce the Monday thru Friday Devotional called Faith Encouraged Daily. Fr. Barnabas published his first book “A Faith Encouraged” through Ancient Faith Publishing and also produced the 16 part video series called “A Journey to Fullness” to help parishes introduce the Faith to the average person.
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  • Luke A Powery The Rev. Dr. Luke A. Powery is the dean of Duke University Chapel and associate professor of homiletics at Duke Divinity School. A national leader in the theological study of the art of preaching, Powery regularly delivers sermons at Duke Chapel as well as at churches throughout the United States and abroad. He is often a keynote speaker and lecturer at educational institutions, conferences, symposia, and retreats. His teaching and research interests are located at the intersection of preaching, worship, pneumatology, and culture, particularly expressions of the African diaspora. He is the author of Spirit Speech: Lament and Celebration in Preaching; Dem Dry Bones: Preaching, Death, and Hope; Rise Up, Shepherd! Advent Reflections on the Spirituals; and Were You There? Lenten Reflections on the Spirituals. He has co-authored an introductory textbook on preaching, Ways of the Word: Learning to Preach for Your Time and Place. He is also a general editor of the nine-volume lectionary commentary series for preaching and worship titled Connections: A Lectionary Commentary for Preaching and Worship. (Source and photo: divinity.duke.edu)
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  • Andrew Pratt Having trained as a Marine Biologist, Andrew Pratt taught for seven years before entering the Methodist Ministry. He is currently a Methodist Circuit Superintendent. He holds Masters degrees in science and literature, and is currently researching for a Doctorate in hymnody. Andrew has been involved in the editing of a number of song books; Stainer & Bell has published a collection of over eighty of his texts, and over sixty more of his texts are assigned to them. His writing is often hard-edged or innovative, providing songs of lament in contemporary language or addressing issues as diverse as AIDS, the world wide web, child abuse and racism. (Source: hopepublishing.com; photo: twitter.com)
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  • Bruce Prewer Bruce Prewer (1931-2018) was a nationally recognised poet and liturgist who gave Christianity a distinctly Australian voice. His proficiency as a poet is well known in Australian churches. His first book, Australian Psalms, became a religious best-seller. (Source and photo: crosslight.org.au)
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  • Jan L Richardson Jan is an artist, writer, and ordained minister in the United Methodist Church. She serves as director of The Wellspring Studio, LLC, and has traveled widely as a retreat leader and conference speaker. With work described by the Chicago Tribune as “breathtaking,” she has attracted an international audience drawn to the spaces of welcome, imagination, and solace that she creates in both word and image. Jan’s books include The Cure for Sorrow, Night Visions, In the Sanctuary of Women, and the recently released Sparrow: A Book of Life and Death and Life. (Source: janrichardson.com; photo: upperroombooks.com)
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  • Debra Rienstra Debra Rienstra is professor of English at Calvin University, where she has taught since 1996, specializing in early British literature and creative writing. She is the author of three books—on motherhood, spirituality, and worship—and numerous essays and poems. Her literary essays have appeared in Rock & Sling, The Examined Life Journal, and Aethlon, among other places. She writes bi-weekly for The Twelve, an online magazine connected with The Reformed Journal, writing about spirituality, pop culture, the church, the arts, higher ed, and more. (Source and photo: debrarienstra.com)
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  • Mark D Roberts Dr. Mark D. Roberts is the executive director for the Max De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary. In this role, Mark is responsible for the mission, strategic direction, and operations of the Center. He also provides resources for the Center’s work as the principal writer of the "Life for Leaders" daily devotional and as a major contributor to the "Insights for Leaders" blog of the De Pree Center. Previously Mark was the Executive Director of Digital Media and Senior Director of the Laity Lodge retreat center. Earlier, he served as the Senior Pastor of Irvine Presbyterian Church in Southern California. He studied at Harvard University, where he received a PhD in New Testament and Christian Origins. He has been an adjunct professor for Fuller Theological Seminary and San Francisco Theological Seminary. Mark has written several books, including Can We Trust the Gospels? (Crossway, 2007) and Ephesians in The Story of God Commentary series (Zondervan Academic, 2016). (Source: theologyofwork.org; photo: patheos.com)
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  • Nicole M Roccas Dr. Nicole Roccas is a communications professional who has worked in both academic and nonprofit environments. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College (University of Toronto). Nicole has been a contributor to Ancient Faith Radio since 2015 as host of the Time Eternal podcast and blog. Since 2019, she and her husband Basil have produced the Help My Unbelief Podcast. Her first book is Time and Despondency: Regaining the Present in Faith and Life (Ancient Faith Publishing, 2017), which explores the relationship between human perceptions of time and the spiritual sickness of acedia. She has her PhD in History from the University of Cincinnati and attends Holy Myrrhbearers Orthodox Mission in downtown Toronto. (Source and photo: ancientfaith.com)
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  • Ronald Rolheiser Rev. Ron Rolheiser, OMI, is a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. He is a theologian, professor, award-winning author, and serves as president of the Oblate School of Theology. He holds Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Ottawa and Newman Theological College Edmonton and Master’s degrees from the University of San Francisco and University of Louvain, Belgium along with a PhD/STD from the University of Louvain. Apart from his academic knowledge in systematic theology and philosophy, he has become a popular speaker in contemporary spirituality and religion and the secular world. He writes a weekly column that is carried in over 70 newspapers around the world. His experience spans from: Teacher of philosophy, Newman Theological College in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; Member of OMI General Council; community-builder, lecturer and writer. (Source: ost.edu; photo: ronrolheiser.com)
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  • Kenneth L Samuel The Rev. Dr. Kenneth L. Samuel graduated in 1978 from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut with a Bachelor of Arts degree in American History. He continued his academic pursuit by matriculating at the Candler School of Theology of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, where he received the Benjamin E. Mays Theological Fellowship Award, among others. In 1981, he received his Master of Divinity Degree. In 1996, he received the Doctor of Ministry Degree from the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. His theological focus is in the field of homiletics and social ethics. In March of 1987, Dr. Samuel organized the Victory for the World Church, which has dual standing as an Independent Baptist Church and an active congregation of the United Church of Christ. Located in Atlanta’s eastern suburb of DeKalb County, Victory Church seeks to address the total needs of the total person through a broad array of ministries and services which promote the spiritual development, educational enhancement, fiscal fitness and social empowerment of every child of God – regardless of race, gender, culture, class or sexual orientation. Dr. Samuel has served as an Adjunct Professor in the Religion and Philosophy Department at Clark Atlanta University and at Lancaster Theological Seminary. In addition, Dr. Samuel has served as a Teaching Assistant in homiletics at the Candler School of Theology, Emory University. Dr. Samuel’s first book, entitled ‘Solomon’s Success: Four Essential Keys to Leadership’ has appeared as a number one best seller in the Christian Century Magazine. Currently, Dr. Samuel is one of the writers of the United Church of Christ ‘God Is Still Speaking’ Daily Devotionals. (Source and photo: victoryfortheworld.org)
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  • Eric Sarwar Eric Sarwar is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church of Pakistan and founder and director of the Tehillim School of Church Music & Worship in Karachi. (Source: reformedworship.org; photo: globalchristianworship.tumblr.com)
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  • Kathryn M Schifferdecker Kathryn M Schifferdecker is Professor and Elva B. Lovell Chair of Old Testament at Luther Seminary. Ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in 2001, Schifferdecker was associate pastor for five years at Trinity Lutheran Church, Arkdale, Wisc., prior to teaching at Luther. She is a frequent contributor to workingpreacher.org, Word & World, and the author of Out of the Whirlwind: Creation Theology in the Book of Job (Harvard University Press, 2008). She is currently writing a commentary on the book of Esther. (Source and photo: luthersem.edu)
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  • Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1794 – 1872) was a German painter, chiefly of Biblical subjects. As a young man he associated with the painters of the Nazarene movement who revived the florid Renaissance style in religious art. He is remembered for his extensive Picture Bible, and his designs for stained glass windows in cathedrals. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: wikidata.org)
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  • Thom M Shuman Thom M Shuman is a pastor, poet, and blogger who has written many collections of prayers, liturgies, and poems, often in collaboration with the Iona Community and Wild Goose Publications. (Source: amazon.com)
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  • Christine Sine Christine Sine is the founder and facilitator of Godspace, which grew out of her passion for creative spirituality, gardening and sustainability. Together with her husband, Tom, Christine also co-founded Mustard Seed Associates, but recently retired to make time available for writing, speaking and to look after their puppy, Goldie. Christine describes herself as a contemplative activist, passionate gardener, author, and liturgist. She loves messing with church traditions and inspiring followers of Jesus to develop creative approaches to spirituality that intertwine the sacred through all of life. She facilitates workshops on contemplative and creative spiritual practices, spirituality and gardening, simplicity and sustainability as well as how to develop a more spiritual rhythm for our lives. She often encourages participants to paint rocks or leaves, plant contemplative gardens, walk labyrinths and create spiritual pathways that draw us into deeper intimacy with God. Christine is inspired by Celtic Christian spirituality, which has opened her eyes to the God who is present in every moment, every experience and every place. She is open to learning from everyone and everything around. (Source and photo: godspacelight.com)
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  • Matthew L Skinner Matthew Skinner joined Luther Seminary’s faculty in 2002 and his teaching experience covers the full range of the New Testament canon. His courses focus on the original, ancient settings and circumstances surrounding the creation and preservation of biblical writings as well as how this literature continues to be experienced and interpreted in congregations and other public venues. Much of Skinner’s published work focuses on the Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the cultural realities displayed in these writings, and their ongoing theological relevance. He has written about the Bible for websites including Huffington Post, Working Preacher, and ON Scripture—The Bible. He co-hosts Sermon Brainwave, a popular weekly podcast that offers assistance to preachers as they interpret biblical texts to prepare their sermons. (Source and photo: luthersem.edu)
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  • Mandy Smith Mandy Smith is lead pastor at University Christian Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is the author of Making a Mess and Meeting God, The Vulnerable Pastor, and Unfettered: Imagining a Childlike Faith Beyond the Baggage of Western Culture (2021). She is also a fine artist and the creator of "The Collect," a citywide trash-to-art project. (Source: christianitytoday.com; photo: universitychristianchurch.net)
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  • Virgil Solis Virgil Solis or Virgilius Solis (1514 – 1562), a member of a prolific family of artists, was a German draughtsman and printmaker in engraving, etching, and woodcut who worked in his native city of Nuremberg. His prints were sold separately (mainly the etchings and engravings) or formed the illustrations of books (normally the woodcuts); many prints signed by him are probably by assistants. Solis eventually died in Nuremberg. Eduard von Ubisch wrote a comprehensive description of Solis' life and work in relation to his Bible images in 1889. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: commons.wikimedia.org)
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  • Charles H Spurgeon Charles H Spurgeon (1834-92) was a British Baptist preacher and prolific author of sermons, commentaries, books, poetry, hymns, and devotionals. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: public domain)
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  • Joan Stott Joan Stott is a writer at The Timeless Psalms and former leader in various church outreach and missions programs. She has also served in leadership positions in the World Methodist Council and Australian Church Women, Australia’s national women’s ecumenical organization. (Source: http://www.thetimelesspsalms.net/)
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  • Stuart Strachan Jr Stuart Strachan Jr. is an ordained Presbyterian pastor. His primary passion is equipping the saints for the ministry of the church (Eph. 4). He loves preaching, teaching, and helping churches cast vision for what it means to follow Jesus in the 21st Century. He has served churches in a variety of capacities in California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Washington; and he has developed and curates The Pastor’s Workshop, an online portal and resource for pastors as they plan sermons and worship services. (Source and photo: thepastorsworkshop.com)
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  • Eleonore Stump Eleanore Stump is The Robert J. Henle, SJ, Professor of Philosophy at Saint Louis University where she has taught since 1992. Her areas of specialization include medieval philosophy, philosophy of religion, and metaphysics. She writes weekly spiritual reflections at The Sunday Website of Saint Louis University. (Source and photo: slu.edu)
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  • Jim Stump Jim Stump is Vice President at BioLogos. He oversees the editorial team, participates in strategic planning, and hosts the podcast, Language of God. Jim also writes and speaks on behalf of BioLogos. He has a PhD in philosophy and was formerly a professor and academic administrator. His books include, Four Views on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design; Science and Christianity: An Introduction to the Issues; How I Changed My Mind about Evolution; and The Blackwell Companion to Science and Christianity. (Source and photo: biologos.com)
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  • Kenneth Randolph Taylor Kenneth Randolph Taylor collects and shares prayers from liturgical books, many of which are out of print. He occasionally offers his own contributions.
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  • Frank A Thomas As a preacher, teacher, scholar, thinker, lecturer, author, and master coach, Frank A. Thomas is one of the most creative, pioneering, and prominent thought leaders of this generation. Thomas holds a PhD in Communications (Rhetoric) from the University of Memphis and currently serves as the Nettie Sweeney and Hugh Th. Miller Professor of Homiletics and Director of the Academy of Preaching and Celebration at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Source and photo: drfrankathomas.com)
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  • Howard Thurman Howard Washington Thurman was an American author, philosopher, theologian, educator, and civil rights leader. As a prominent religious figure, he played a leading role in many social justice movements and organizations of the twentieth century. Thurman's theology of radical nonviolence influenced and shaped a generation of civil rights activists, and he was a key mentor to leaders within the civil rights movement, including Martin Luther King Jr. Thurman served as dean of Rankin Chapel at Howard University from 1932 to 1944 and as dean of Marsh Chapel at Boston University from 1953 to 1965. In 1944, he co-founded, along with Alfred Fisk, the first major interracial, interdenominational church in the United States. (Source: wikimedia.org; photo: bu.edu)
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  • Krista Tippett Krista Tippett is a Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, a National Humanities Medalist, and a New York Times bestselling author. She grew up in a small town in Oklahoma, attended Brown University, and became a journalist and diplomat in Cold War Berlin. She then lived in Spain and England before seeking a Master of Divinity at Yale University in the mid-1990s. Emerging from that, she saw a black hole where intelligent public conversation about the religious, spiritual, and moral aspects of human life might be. She pitched and piloted her idea for several years before launching Speaking of Faith — later On Being — as a weekly national public radio show in 2003. Krista has published three books at the intersection of spiritual inquiry, social healing, science, and culture: Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living; Einstein’s God, drawn from her interviews at the intersection of science, medicine, and spiritual inquiry; and Speaking of Faith, a memoir of religion in our time. In recent honors, she is a recipient of a Four Freedoms Medal of the Roosevelt Institute. She also received an honorary degree from Middlebury College, and was the Mimi and Peter E. Haas Distinguished Visitor at Stanford University. (Source: onbeing.org; photo: tim.blog)
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  • James Tissot James Tissot (15 October 1836 – 8 August 1902) was a French painter and illustrator. He was a successful painter of Paris society before moving to London in 1871. He became famous as a genre painter of fashionably dressed women shown in various scenes of everyday life. He also painted scenes and figures from the Bible. (Source and photo: wikipedia.org)
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  • Patricia K Tull Patricia K. Tull is author most recently of Inhabiting Eden: Christians, the Bible, and the Ecological Crisis (Westminster John Knox, 2013), an ecological Bible study. She is the A.B. Rhodes Professor Emerita of Old Testament at Louisville Seminary, and currently serves as Program Director for Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light in Indiana. An ordained Presbyterian minister, she frequently preaches, leads retreats, and lectures nationally, exploring Scripture in light of environmental issues. She is a GreenFaith Fellow, Climate Reality presenter, and general editor of a new series called Essentials of Biblical Studies for Oxford University Press. (Source and photo: humansandnature.org)
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  • John van de Laar John van de Laar founded Sacredise in 2004. John is a liturgist with 40 years of experience in a wide variety of church, community, and musical settings. Since leaving the Methodist ministry in October 2019 John has devoted his time to helping churches navigate the new and growing reality of online worship and community. John holds a Masters degree in the Theology of Worship Music and is the author of The Hour That Changes Everything, Food for the Road, and Learning to Belong. Songs that John has written have been used in churches around the world, and his articles have appeared in many magazines and online publications. (Source and photo: sacredise.com)
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  • Peter Wallace The Rev. Peter Marsden Wallace is executive producer and host of the Day1 ecumenical radio and internet ministry and president of the Alliance for Christian Media, based in Atlanta, Georgia. Peter is the author of seven books as well as the editor of Bread Enough for All: A Day1 Guide to Life, a collection of Protestant Hour and Day1 sermon excerpts on 12 topics of faith and life (Church Publishing); Faith and Science in the 21st Century, a Day1 formation resource for adults and youth (Church Publishing); and Heart and Soul: The Emotions of Jesus (Church Publishing). He has contributed to Abingdon Preaching Annual 2022, Feasting on the Word, lectionary-based preaching resource published by Westminster-John Knox, as well as numerous books, study Bibles, devotional guides, magazines, teaching curriculums, video series, online blogs, and other resources. (Source: day1.org; photo: twitter.com)
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  • Lisa Weaver Lisa M. Weaver is assistant professor of Worship at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. She is ordained clergy of American Baptist Churches U.S.A. and a Vital Worship Grants Program advisory board member. (Source: worship.calvin.edu)
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  • Christoph Weigel Christoph Weigel (the Elder), aka Johann Christoph Weigel (1654-1725), was a German engraver, art dealer, and publisher active in Nuremberg in the early 1700s. During his lifetime he published 70 books and series of engravings. (Source: wikipedia.org, vintage-maps.com; photo: public domain)
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  • Nolan Williams Jr Nolan Williams, Jr. is an award-winning artistic producer, American composer, cultural curator, and music director who uses his art to advocate, educate and inspire. His body of creative work includes: theatrical productions, curatorial festivals, cultural programming, choral/orchestral works, numerous choral commissions, songwriting credits on two Grammy®-nominated projects, music for television, and collaborations with an impressive roster of artists. He also serves on The Lectionary Team for The African American Lectionary, a collaborative project of The African American Pulpit and American Baptist College of Nashville. (Source: nolanwilliamsjr.com; photo: chorusamerica.org)
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  • William H Willimon William H Willimon is an American theologian and bishop in the United Methodist Church, retired, who for eight years served the North Alabama Conference. He is currently Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry and Director of the Doctor of Ministry program at Duke Divinity School. He is former Dean of the Chapel at Duke University and is considered by many as one of America's best-known and most influential preachers. (Source: wikipedia.org; photo: ministrymatters.com)
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  • Rebecca Wimmer Rebecca Wimmer is an actor, writer, director, choreographer, and writer for The Skit Guys. (Photo: theskitguys.com)
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  • John D Witvliet John D. Witvliet is director of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW) and professor of worship, theology, and congregational and ministry studies at Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary. His responsibilities include teaching courses at both the university and seminary, and oversight of CICW’s practical and scholarly programs, including the Calvin Symposium on Worship and the Vital Worship Grants Program. His areas of interest include the history of Christian worship, worship practices in various denominations, biblical and systematic theology of worship, the role of music and the arts in worship, choral and congregational song, and consulting with churches on worship renewal. (Source and photo: worship.calvin.edu)
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  • Matt Woodley Father Matt Woodley serves as the editor for PreachingToday.com and the Missions Pastor at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, Illinois. He is also the author of God With Us: The Gospel of Matthew. (Source: preachingtoday.com; photo: churchrez.org)
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  • Shift Worship Shift Worship exists to help churches shift worship back to God. Since 2003, Shirt Worship has been providing visual resources for worship to churches around the world. Their commitment is to make excellent visual media that is easy to use, to empower churches to make and customize their own worship media, and to keep the costs as reasonable as possible. (Source: shiftworship.com)
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