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Jennifer Danielle Crumpton

is a former advertising executive and a third-year M.Div student at Union Theological Seminary in NYC. She writes about popular and consumer culture through a gospel lens, and exposits Christian faith via acting, playwriting and film.

David P. Gushee

is the Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics at Mercer University and Board Chair of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good.

Michael Ly

serves as Northwest Regional Director of Peace Catalyst International and Controller for The Mosaic Company. Michael was born and raised in a Chinese-Cambodian refugee home after his parents escaped the horrors of the Khmer Rouge regime. Growing up in a Christian and Ancestral-Buddhist home, Michael started following the teachings of Jesus at a young age. Michael and his wife Shannon moved to Seattle in 2007 to begin peacemaking work among Christian and Muslim communities in the Puget Sound. He has a B.S. in Business Administration from Arizona State University.

Steven D. Martin

is a pastor of 20+ years, a filmmaker, and the Executive Director of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good.

Heather Rice

graduated cum laude from Colorado State University where she majored in Social Work and Liberal Arts. She completed her social work placement at the Rocky Mountain Survivors Center in Denver, Colorado where she worked with international survivors of torture. Following graduation, she worked as a summer policy fellow for the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI) and then spent a year teaching English and volunteering in orphanages in Djibouti, Djibouti. She serves as the Associate Director of Policy for the National Religious Campaign Against Torture and is concurrently pursuing her law degree at George Mason University.

Gabriel Salguero

and his wife, Jeanette, are the Senior Pastors of the multicultural Lamb’s Church. He has distinguished himself by his leadership in the church and public sphere. He is the founder of POG International, a faith-based organization focused on diversity leadership empowerment and training. He presently serves as the Director of the Hispanic Leadership Program at Princeton Theological Seminary. In addition to his own faith-based work he serves on the boards of the Latino Leadership Circle, Sojourners, and Evangelicals for Social Action.

Nick Stuart

is the CEO of Odyssey Networks. He is an award-winning independent television producer, presenter and journalist with a career that has taken him from war zones to MTV. His documentary on the life of Father Mychal Judge , Chaplain to the New York Fire Dept who died in 9/11 , won Britain’s top TV award for religious programming. He has covered the role of religion in major stories from as far away as South Africa during apartheid, Bosnia, Israel, the former Soviet Union and Belfast.

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