Wendy Elizabeth Chapin (MA, George Fox University) is a writer and speaker based in Kenmore, Washington, where she lives with her husband and raised their four daughters. She is pursuing graduate work in the intersection of religion, gender and technology at the University of Washington, and is an adjunct faculty member at George Fox Evangelical Seminary, where she teaches courses on evangelism and leadership. [Learn More]
Colin Chapman is lecturer in Islamic studies at the Near East School of Theology in Beirut. A former principal of Crowther Hall, Birmingham (the Church Mission Society training college), he also worked for thirteen years previously in Egypt and Lebanon with CMS. He is also the author of Whose Promised Land?. [Learn More]
Dr. Tim Chester is director of the Porterbrook Institute. He also coleads The Crowded House Sheffield in the U.K. and speaks at conferences around the world. He was previously research and policy director for Tearfund and tutor in missiology at Cliff College. Chester is also the author of a number of books, including The Message of Prayer and Closing the Window. [Learn More]
James Choung has been in campus ministry for over twenty years, and currently serves as national director of evangelism for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA. He is the author of True Story and Real Life, and he speaks frequently at campuses, churches, and conferences. Ordained with the Association of Vineyard Churches, he previously served on the pastoral staff of a Boston-area urban church plant, a megachurch in Seoul, and a house church in Los Angeles. [Learn More]
Shane Claiborne is a preacher, writer and lover of Jesus. He attended Eastern University, where he studied sociology and youth ministry. Claiborne is cofounder of The Simple Way and is currently a part of The Alternative Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He serves on the board of the Christian Community Development Association. He is the author of The Irresistible Revolution and coauthor of Jesus for President. Catch up with him at thesimpleway.org. [Learn More]
Julie Clawson has a masters degree in intercultural studies from Wheaton College. She's worked as both a children's ministry director and as a co-pastor. But currently she spends the bulk of her time as a stay-at-home mom in Austin, Texas. While she might like to be volunteering at the local community garden or mentoring at-risk youth, the important and very full-time job of caring for her two toddlers keeps her close to home. It's been in the home environment, however, that Clawson's learned the profound lesson that she can make a big difference for the cause of justice, no matter what stage of life she's in.