Jonathan Master (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is professor of theology and dean of the School of Divinity at Cairn University. He is also director of Cairn’s Center for University Studies. Dr. Master serves as executive editor of Place for Truth and is co-chair of the Princeton Regional Conference on Reformed Theology.
Mark Johnston (MDiv Westminster Theological Seminary) is the Minister of Bethel Presbyterian Church (EPCEW) in Cardiff, Wales. He was previously Senior Pastor of Proclamation Presbyterian Church Bryn Mawr, PA and of Grove Chapel in Camberwell, London. He began his ministry as a church planter in Ireland. He serves on the Board of Banner of Truth Trust and has authored several books including three titles in Banner's Let’s Study series, You in Your Small Corner, and Our Creed.
Jeffrey C. Waddington is stated supply at Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He also serves as a panelist at Christ the Center and East of Eden and is the secretary of the board of the Reformed Forum.
Jeffrey A. Stivason has been serving the Lord as a minister of the gospel since 1995. He was church planter and now pastor of Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church in Gibsonia, PA. He also holds a Ph.D. in systematic theology from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA.
David B. Garner is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and Pastor of Teaching at Proclamation Presbyterian Church (Bryn Mawr, PA). Pastor, professor, and author, he has also served as a missionary, ministering in Europe and Central and Southeast Asia. From 2003-2007, he served as Director for TE3 (Theological Education for Eastern Europe), a regional theological training ministry based in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Stephen Unthank serves at Trinity Community Church in Bowie, MD, just outside of Washington, DC. He lives in Bowie with his wife, Maricel and their son, Ambrose
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David Wells is distinguished senior research professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA and is author of the prominent series of books including No Place for Truth.
Rev. Phillips is senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, S.C..
The Rev. David W. Hall (PhD, Whitefield Theological Seminary) is married to Ann, and they are parents of three grown children. He has served as the Senior Pastor of Midway Presbyterian Church (PCA) since 2003. After completion of his undergraduate studies, Pastor Hall studied at Swiss L’Abri and then enrolled at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, graduating in 1980. In addition to pastoring, David Hall is the author or editor of over 20 books and numerous essays.
Todd Pruitt grew up in Houston, Texas. He is privileged to serve as Pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Harrisonburg, Virginia where he exhibits a high regard for BASE jumping, interpretive dance, and puppies.
James Dolezal (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is part-time professor of theology and church history in the School of Divinity at Cairn University. He is the author of God without Parts: Divine Simplicity and the Metaphysics of God's Absoluteness (Pickwick, 2011).
W. Jason Wallace is an Associate Professor of History and director of the Core Texts Program at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.
Pierce T. Hibbs (MAR) serves as the Assistant Director of the Center for Theological Writing at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is currently enrolled in the Th.M. program and studying the language theory of Kenneth L. Pike. Pierce, his wife, Christina, and their son, Isaac, reside in Telford, PA.
Michael D. Roberts (DTh, University of South Africa) is assistant pastor at Grace Bible Fellowship Church in Quakertown, PA, where he also sits on the committee for the Quakertown Regional Conference on Reformed Theology. He is the editor of James Boice’s and Donald Barnhouse’s daily devotionals, Think and Act Biblically and Making God’s Word Plain. He also serves on the Christian Education committee of the Bible Fellowship Church.
James Montgomery Boice was a successful inner city pastor and articulate spokesman for the Reformed faith in America and around the world. He was the pastor of Philadelphia’s historic Tenth Presbyterian Church and his teaching continues to be aired on The Bible Study Hour radio and Internet broadcast.
John Hartley has been pastor of Apple Valley Presbyterian Church since 2010, having previously been a pastor for 10 years in Vermont. He is a Wisconsin native and a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as well as Dallas Theological Seminary. John lives with his wife Jen and their five children.
Michael Dewalt serves as Director of Admissions and Assistant Professor of Theology at Faith Theological Seminary, Digital Content Manager and Rhetoric and Logic Tutor at Granite Classical Tutorials, and Adjunct Professor in the Bible and Theology Department at Lancaster Bible College. He and his wife Emily have been blessed with one son, Wyatt Cash.
Martin B. Blocki has served since 2003 as the Associate Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North Hills in Pittsburgh, PA since 2002. He is a counselor at the Biblical Counseling Institute in Pittsburgh. Rev. Blocki graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington (BME), Arizona State University (MM), and the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (MDiv). Martin and his wife, Kathy, have two married sons, one daughter, and 2 grand children.
Yaroslav Viazovski (Ph.D. University of Aberdeen, M.A.R. Reformed Theological Seminary) is a pastor of a Reformed Baptist church in Minsk, Belarus, as well as the head of Gospel and Reformation Publishing House which specializes in translation and distribution of Reformed literature in Russian language. He is also trying to start a Reformed seminary in his home country Belarus.
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Grant Van Leuven has been feeding the flock at the Puritan Evangelical Church of America in San Diego, CA, since 2010. He is the adoring husband of Jennifer Van Leuven and a proud father of their four covenant children: Rachel, Olivia, Abraham, and Isaac. He earned his M.Div. at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA.
Steven McCarthy is pastor of Walton Reformed Presbyterian Church in Walton, NY, and a graduate of the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA. He is enjoying life with his wife and son in the Catskill region of Upstate New York.
David P. Smith, M.Div. (Covenant Seminary), Ph.D. (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), is Pastor of Covenant Fellowship A.R.P. Church in Greensboro, North Carolina.
David Reese has served as the pastor of the Springs Reformed Church in Colorado Springs since 2002. He is a graduate of the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA.
Cody Dolinsek is working towards a PhD with Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth TX.
Adam Parker is an MDiv student at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. He has a wife and four children and also writes for Bring the Books.
Rev. Dr. Jon D. Payne is the organizing pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian in Charleston, South Carolina, and co-editor of A Faith Worth Teaching: The Heidelberg Catechism's Enduring Heritage (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2013).
Rev. James J. Cassidy is the pastor of Calvary Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Ringoes, NJ and a PhD candidate in systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.
Brian Belh is the pastor of Beal Heights Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Oklahoma