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Zondervan, part of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, is a world leading Bible publisher and provider of Christian communications. For more than 80 years, Zondervan has delivered transformational Christian experiences through its bestselling Bibles, books, curriculum, academic resources and digital products. The company’s products are sold in multiple formats, worldwide in more than 60 countries, translated into nearly 200 languages. Zondervan is the North American publisher and licensee of the NIV Bible translation. Zondervan offices are located in Grand Rapids, MI.

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Zaida Maldonado Pérez is a former dean of the school of urban ministries at Asbury Theological Seminary, Florida-Dunnam campus, and professor of church history and theology. Her publications include The Subversive Role of Visions in Early Christian Martyrs (2010) and An Introduction to Christian Theology (2002), coauthored with Justo L. González.

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Zablon Bundi Mutongu is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Institute of Lifelong Learning and Leadership Development Centre at St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya. An Anglican priest, he served as parish minister for more than ten years. He has served as Academic Dean and Deputy Principal at St. Andrews’ College of Theology and Development in Kabare, as Director of Bishop Kariuki Integrated Community Training Centre, and as Director of Training of the Diocese of Mt. Kenya South.

 

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Yvette Menking lives in Loveland, Colorado with her husband and three children. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a teaching degree. Yvette blogs on The CBE Scroll as Sonnet and is a member of the Northern Colorado Chapter of Christians for Biblical Equality. 

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Rev. Dr. Young Lee Hertig is a founding member of ISAAC (Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity) and AAWOL (Asian American Women On Leadership). She is a director of ISAAC-SoCal and AAWOL. She teaches in the Global Studies and Sociology Department at Azusa Pacific University. She is an ordained Presbyterian clergy, and a commissioner of the Presbyterian Church USA to the National Council of Churches Faith and Order.
 

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After arriving in South Africa as a refugee from Mozambique, Xana McCauley became a citizen in order to vote to dismantle apartheid. She has a bachelors in sociology and is completing her bachelors in theology. She is an ordained pastor and has been in full-time ministry for thirty-one years. Xana and her husband are the founders of Hands of Compassion, a ministry to Johannesburg’s poor. They have lived in intentional community with the poor for twenty-seven years.

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Woodrow E. Walton, DMin, is a Senior Retired minister within the North Texas District Council of the Assemblies of God. He has served in the Pastorate for several years and also in inner city ministries; correctional institutions, and health-care facilities. He has served on the mission field three times in Africa and twice in Mexico. Dr. Walton is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, American Association of Christian Counselors, and American Society of Church History.  He and his wife reside in Fort Worth, TX. 

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William Paul Young was born in Canada and raised among a stone age tribe by his missionary parents in the highlands of former New Guinea. He suffered great loss as a child and young adult and now enjoys the “wastefulness of grace” with his family in the pacific northwest. He is the author of New York Times bestsellers, The Shack and Cross Roads.

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Winnie V. Williams is a retired associate professor of special education at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, South Carolina. She writes about missions and women’s issues, and she speaks to churches, women’s groups, and civic clubs throughout the Southern United States.

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