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Contributors

Ramesh Richard

Theologian-Evangelist

Refocusing on Evangelism

As President of RREACH, Ramesh travels throughout the world clarifying the message of the Bible. He exposing society’s “opinion leaders” to the good news of Jesus Christ, strengthening pastoral leaders, and serves as Professor of Global Theological Engagement and Pastoral Ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary. Keep up with him: on Twitter @rameshrichard and online at rreach.org

Barbara Neumann

Academic Advisor

Communication As a Tool In Discipleship

Co-Author of Organic Mentoring: A Mentor’s Guide to Relationships With Next Generation Women, Barbara is Academic Advisor and Adjunct Professor in the Educational Ministries and Leadership Department at Dallas Theological Seminary. She worked with Wendy Wilson to design a mentoring course for the Women’s Development Track at Missio Nexus.

Sue Russell

Associate Professor

Listening Well

Serving as Associate Professor of Mission and Contextual Studies at Asbury Seminary, Sue equips, empowers and encourages students to be leaders in their global contexts. Having spent 17 years in cross-cultural ministry and field research with Wycliffe Bible Translators in S. E. Asia, She uses anthropology to teach others to love without boundaries and to lead with intentional, incarnational vision.

Jim Raymo

Director

Evangelism and Millennials

Becoming a Christian through the ministry of the Navigators while in Germany, Jim serves as Director of Bethany Global University’s Center for Graduate Studies. Prior to their time at Bethany, Jim and his wife worked with WEC International teaching at WEC’s missionary training college in Tasmania Australia.

Into the Word

These verses parallel the themes discussed in this issue. Study them, meditate on them. Be ready always to give an answer for the hope within you.


Executive Editor: Ted Esler
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Kurtis Amundson, Emily Amundson, Len Bartlotti, Leanne Dzubinski, David Garrison, Dick Grady, Kevin Higgins, Don Little, Greg Livingstone, Colleen Martin, Barbara Neumann, J.D. Payne, Jim Raymo, Ramesh Richard, Sue Russell, Shawna Warner, L.D. Waterman, Ed Weaver, Sarah Wood

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