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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:
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  • 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:
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  • 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)
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  • 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:
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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:; photo:
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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:
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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,, 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:; photo:
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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:
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  • Rachel Benjamin Rachel Benjamin is an actress, playwright, and singer/songwriter from Rochester, New York. Rachel began writing at a very young age. Since that time, her original work has been published in EC, a magazine publication of Lifeway, as well well as selected for play readings and various performances by numerous theatre groups including the Fire Exit Theatre in Calgary, Canada and TN Women's Work Festival in Nashville, TN. Her play, Idealistic Dreamers, was published in December 2011 as part of a compilation of short stories entitled, Downtown Stories. She currently works with the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Off stage, Rachel has been featured in numerous films and commercials. She is also part of Washer's Field, a band that released their debut album in September 2011. (Source and photo:
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  • Martin Bernigeroth Martin Bernigeroth (1670-1733) was a German engraver who lived and worked in Leipzig. (Source and photo:
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  • John Birch John Birch is a trained minister in the Methodist Church (UK) and is an award-winning poet and writer of prayers which he gathers along with other ancient and traditional prayers at He currently has several books of prayers published either in paper form or as downloads, and is also a regular contributor to the International Bible Reading Fellowship notes. His prayers have appeared on various websites, been reprinted in many worship services around the world as well as in Church of England and Methodist publications and BRF Sacred Space Magazine. (Source:
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  • Elissa Bjeletich Elissa Bjeletich hosts three popular Ancient Faith Radio podcasts: Raising Saints, Everyday Orthodox, and together with Kristina Wenger, Tending the Garden of Our Hearts. She is the co-author of Tending the Garden of Our Hearts: Daily Lenten Meditations for Families (Ancient Faith Publishing, 2019) and also of Blueprints for the Little Church: Creating an Orthodox Home (Ancient Faith Publishing, 2016). She is the author of Welcoming the Christ Child: Family Readings for the Nativity Lent (Sebastian Press, 2017), and In God’s Hands: A Mother’s Journey through Her Infant’s Critical Illness (Ancient Faith Publishing, 2013). Elissa is active in Orthodox youth and family ministries, directing and teaching Sunday school at Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church and volunteering at summer and family camps, and has contributed to several national curriculum projects. She sits on the Advisory Board of Youth Equipped to Serve (YES), a ministry of FOCUS North America. (Source and photo:
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  • Brian K Blount Brian K. Blount is the president and professor of New Testament at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, VA, and Charlotte, NC. He was called to this position in 2007, after serving for 15 years as the Richard J. Dearborn Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Princeton Theological Seminary. His primary work has been in the Gospel of Mark, the Book of Revelation and in the area of cultural studies and hermeneutics. He is the author of six books, including Invasion of the Dead: Preaching Resurrection (Westminster John Knox Press, 2014). (Source and photo:
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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:
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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:; photo:
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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:; photo:
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  • Emily R Brink Emily R. Brink is Resource Development Specialist for Congregational Song for the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and editor emeritus of Reformed Worship, a quarterly journal published by the Christian Reformed Church. Her areas of interest include congregational song from all times and places; psalmody; hymnal editing (she was editor of three different hymnals); and consulting with a wide range of churches on worship renewal issues. She is active in the American Guild of Organists, having served in both local and national offices, as well as in the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada, serving as president from 1990-1992; in 2004 she was named a Fellow of the Hymn Society in recognition of distinguished service to hymnody and hymnology. Dr. Brink has a graduate degree in organ and church music from the University of Michigan and the Ph.D. in music theory from the Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. (Source and photo:
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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:
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  • Walter Brueggemann Walter Brueggemann is an influential Bible interpreter and the author of over one hundred books and numerous scholarly articles. He has been a highly sought-after speaker. Brueggemann attended Elmhurst College, graduating in 1955 with an A.B. He went on to Eden Theological Seminary, earning a B.D. (equivalent to today’s M.Div.) in 1958. He completed his formal theological education at Union Theological Seminary in 1961, earning the Th.D. under the primary guidance of James Muilenburg. While teaching at Eden, he earned a Ph.D. in education at St. Louis University. Brueggemann has served as faculty at two institutions in his career: Eden Theological Seminary (1961-1986) and Columbia Theological Seminary (1986-2003). He is currently William Marcellus McPheeters professor emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia. (Source and photo:
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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:; photo:
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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:,; photo:
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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:; photo:
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  • Angela Doll Carlson Angela Doll Carlson is a poet, fiction writer and essayist whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in Thin Air Magazine, Apeiron Review, The Cresset, Eastern Iowa Review, St. Katherine Review, Rock and Sling, Elephant Journal, "Good Letters," Ruminate Magazine Blog and Art House America. Her memoir, "Nearly Orthodox: On Being a Modern Woman in an Ancient Tradition" was published in 2014 by Ancient Faith Publishing followed by, "Garden in the East" in 2016 and "The Wilderness Journal" in 2018. Angela is the Managing Editor of The St. Katherine Review where she delights in discovering and empowering new writers and established writers. (Source and photo:
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  • Kenneth H Carter Jr Kenneth Carter is bishop of the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church, headquartered in Lakeland, FL. Prior to his election as bishop in 2012, he served as Waynesville District Superintendent in the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, a position he assumed in 2011. For seven years he was senior pastor of Providence United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC. Ken is the author of several books and a contributor to many others, and he maintains a blog entitled “Bear Witness To The Love of God in This World.” Most recently he contributed to The Wesley Study Bible, The Abingdon Preaching Annual, and the Feasting On The Word commentary series. Ken has spoken to groups across the country, and has preached in congregations ranging in size from very small mountain churches to congregations of more than five thousand members. (Source:; photo:
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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:; photo:
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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:
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  • Juliana Claassens Juliana Claassens is Professor of Old Testament with a research focus on human dignity in the Faculty of Theology at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Her works include The God who Provides: Biblical Images of Divine Nourishment and Mourner, Mother, Midwife: Reimaging God’s Liberating Presence in the Old Testament. She also served as the editor of a number of collections of essays – her most recent project co-editing a book called Restorative Readings: The Old Testament, Ethics and Human Dignity. Her research and teaching interests include gender and the Bible, theological approaches to the Bible, and postcolonial interpretation of the Bible. She has written across the canon, but particularly enjoy teaching and writing on the prophets and the Pentateuch. (Source and photo:
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  • Sam Cox Sam Cox is Poet Laureate of Portsmouth, UK, and regularly publishes sacred poetry at
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  • Michael Bruce Curry The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry is Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church. He is the Chief Pastor and serves as President and Chief Executive Officer, and as Chair of the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church. The descendant of enslaved Africans brought to North America by way of the trans-Atlantic slave routes, Presiding Bishop Curry was born in Chicago, IL, on March 13, 1953. Presiding Bishop Curry’s father was an Episcopal priest and his mother was a devout Episcopalian. She died at a young age, and Presiding Bishop Curry, along with his sister, was raised by his father and his grandmother. His father, mother and grandmother grounded him in Christian beliefs and practices through their example and their teachings. He attended public schools in Buffalo, NY, and, even at a young age, he learned about social activism through his father’s leadership and his own dedication to righting a broken world. Presiding Bishop Curry maintains a national preaching and teaching ministry, having been featured on The Protestant Hour and as a frequent speaker at churches, cathedrals, and conferences around the country and internationally. He has authored four books: The Power of Love (2018); Following the Way of Jesus: Church's Teachings in a Changing World (2017); Songs My Grandma Sang (2015); and Crazy Christians: A Call to Follow Jesus (2013). He was one of the subjects of In Conversation: Michael Curry and Barbara Harris by Fredrica Harris Thompsett (2017). (Source and photo: Church Anew)
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  • Thandiwe Dale-Ferguson Rev. Thandiwe Dale-Ferguson is ordained in the Church Church (Disciples of Christ) and serves in ministry at Lovedale United Church of Christ in Lovedale, Colorado. She is also a contributor at Worship Words ( (Source and photo:
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  • Andrew Stephen Damick The Very Rev. Archpriest Andrew Stephen Damick is Chief Content Officer of Ancient Faith Ministries, the former pastor (2009-2020) of St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and author of Arise, O God (2021), Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy (2011, 2nd ed. 2017), An Introduction to God (2014) and Bearing God (2017), all from Ancient Faith Publishing. He has been podcasting since 2007 and is host of the Orthodox Engagement, Amon Sûl, Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy and Roads from Emmaus podcasts, and co-host of The Lord of Spirits and The Areopagus podcasts. He speaks frequently at lectures and retreats both in parishes and in other settings, and his work is well-known throughout the English-speaking Orthodox world not only for his books and podcasts, but also via documentaries and online video. His work has been translated into Romanian, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese and Lithuanian. (Source and photo:
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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:
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  • Gerald Darring Gerald Darring taught at McGill-Toolen High School and Spring Hill College, both in Mobile, Alabama. He is the author of several books, including "Christians, Jews, and The Holocaust: Theses for Dialogue" and "Dead Even Before Death: The Holocaust and the Human Person. He is a regular contributor at The Sunday Website. (Source:
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  • Suzanne Davis A writer, lyricist, and worship leader, Suzanne’s passion is to present God’s truth in fresh ways through the creative arts. She previously worked as a high school English Literature and Bible teacher. Currently, she writes fiction and short dramatic pieces, and has co-written three children’s musicals for local churches. Suzanne is a native of Syracuse, NY, where she currently resides with her husband and their daughter. (Source and photo: The Skit Guys)
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  • Norma de Waal Malefyt Norma de Waal Malefyt served as a Resource Development Specialist in Congregational Song for the Worship Institute and retired in 2019. She enjoys participating in worship through music leadership and worship planning. She graduated from Calvin (College) University with degrees in music education and organ performance. She also served for many years in parish music ministry. (Source:; photo:
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  • Stephen De Young The Rev. Dr. Stephen De Young is Pastor of Archangel Gabriel Orthodox Church in Lafayette, Louisiana. He holds a PhD in Biblical Studies from Amridge University. Fr. Stephen is also the host of the Whole Counsel of God podcast from Ancient Faith and author of the Whole Counsel Blog. He co-hosts the live call-in show and podcast Lord of Spirits with Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick. (Source:
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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:; photo:
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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:
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  • June Mears Driedger June Mears Driedger is a writer, spiritual director, former parish minister, and editor of Leader magazine, a publication of MennoMedia. (Photo:
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  • Dena Dyer Dena Dyer is an award-winning writer, speaker, and teacher, and a contributor to The High Calling project from The Theology of Work. (Photo:
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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:; photo:
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  • Joy Engelsman Joy Engelsman serves as co-pastor of First CRC in Denver. She grew up in Nigeria as a missionary kid, met her husband at Calvin University, and moved to Denver to escape God's calling into ministry. After trying to quiet the Spirit's voice by working in Christian ministry as a teacher and in work with Youth for Christ/USA, she finally enrolled at Denver Seminary and graduated in 2004 with an MDiv. She also completed the EPMC program at Calvin Seminary and was ordained in the CRC in 2007.
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  • Pete Enns Dr. Enns is a biblical scholar who teaches and writes on the Old Testament, New Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and the intersection of biblical studies and contemporary Christian faith. He has taught extensively at the seminary and doctoral levels (Westminster Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary, Harvard Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Biblical Theological Seminary) and on the undergraduate level (Temple University and Messiah College). He speaks actively in academic and ecclesiastical venues on topics pertaining to the Bible and Christian faith. He has written or edited over a dozen books and many articles and essays. (Source:; photo:
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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:
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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
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  • Lawrence Farley Archpriest Lawrence Farley is the pastor of St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church (OCA) in Langley, B.C., Canada. He received his B.A. from Trinity College, Toronto, and his M.Div. from Wycliffe College, Toronto. A former Anglican priest, he converted to Orthodoxy in 1985 and studied for two years at St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Seminary in Pennsylvania. In addition to the Orthodox Bible Companion Series, he has also published Let Us Attend, One Flesh, The Christian Old Testament, Following Egeria, and A Daily Calendar of Saints. (Source and photo:
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  • Eric Fistler Rev. Eric C. Fistler is the pastor to the First Congregational Church of Crystal Lake. Originally from Chicago, he majored in Religion and Ancient Philosophy at Augustana College in Rock Island and graduated with his M. Div from Eden Theological Seminary, Webster Groves, MO. Pastor Eric is ordained in the United Church of Christ and, prior to being called to Crystal Lake, served congregations in Florissant, MO, Northampton, MA, and West Suffield, CT. In addition to his passion for parish ministry, Eric has been actively involved in peacemaking in Israel-Palestine through the World Council of Churches Ecumenical Accompaniment Program in Palestine-Israel. In 2005, Pastor Eric received the “Blessed are the Peacemakers” award from the World Council of Churches for his contribution to this ministry. Eric is also a founding member of Cathedral in the Night, an emergent street church in Northampton, MA, at which all people: the homeless, the housed, the church-less, the churched, the student, and the resident explore, question, and live out their spiritual beliefs. From 2015-2016 Eric was a member of the inaugural cohort of the Chautauqua Clergy Leadership Program. (Source:; photo:
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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:
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  • John Foley John Foley SJ is an American Jesuit priest who is a composer of Catholic liturgical music and a professor of liturgy. Much of Foley's early work on liturgical music was as a member of a group called the St. Louis Jesuits, composed of fellow Jesuit seminarians, with whom he released several albums. He also released several solo collections of liturgical music. Both the solo and the group efforts were released through publishers OCP (formerly Oregon Catholic Press), National Association of Liturgical Resources and GIA Publications. Foley earned a doctorate in liturgical theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. In 1993 he returned to Saint Louis University where he founded the Stroble Center for Liturgy. (Source:; photo:
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  • Stephen Freeman Fr. Stephen Freeman is an archpriest in the Orthodox Church in America and is the former pastor of St. Anne Orthodox Church in Oak Ridge, TN. He was educated at Furman University, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, and Duke University. He is author of the popular blog, Glory to God for All Things, and of the weekly podcast, Glory to God, on Ancient Faith Radio. His work has been widely translated and published in Europe and Russia. (Source:; photo:
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