Thomas G. Long, PhD (Princeton Theological Seminary, 1980), MDiv (Erskine Theological Seminary, 1971), is the Bandy Professor of Preaching at the Candler School of Theology in Atlanta, Georgia. He is author of Preaching and the Literary Forms of the Bible (Fortress Press, 1989). http://www.candler.emory.edu/faculty/faculty-bios/long.cfm
Gary Loy lives in Kernersville, North Carolina and is a Ph.D. student in church history at Regent University Divinity School (Virginia Beach, VA). He received his B.A. (magna cum laude) in history and religion from High Point University (High Point, NC, 1998) and his M.A. in Christian doctrine and history from Regent University Divinity School (2003). He is a student member of the American Society of Church History and a Certified Lay Speaker in the Winston-Salem District, Western North Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Julie C. Ma is Research Tutor in Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, Oxford UK. She is the author of When the Spirit Meets the Spirits: Pentecostal Ministry among the Kankana-ey Tribe in the Philippines (Peter Lang, 2000) and Mission Possible: Biblical Strategies for Reaching the Lost (Regnum/Paternoster, 2005), and editor of Asian Church and God's Mission (2003) with her husband Wonsuk Ma. She now preparing her third book, Pentecostal Mission in Asian Context. Her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Intercultural Studies and Theology are from Fuller Theological Seminary. Facebook.
Wonsuk Ma, PhD (Fuller Theological Seminary), is Executive Director of The Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. Wonsuk is an Old Testament scholar who spent close to three decades in the Philippines as a Pentecostal missionary where he and his wife, Julie Ma, were involved in theological education, evangelism and church planting among mountain tribes, and research on Asian Pentecostalism and mission. He served as Vice President of Academic Affairs of Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Philippines, Founding President of Asian Pentecostal Society, and Founding Editor of Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies. He has spoken at numerous international conferences, including the Conference on World Mission and Evangelism (Athens, 2005) and International Gathering of Global Christian Forum (Limuru, 2007) and seeks to represent theological perspectives from the Global South. He is the author and editor of numerous books and academic studies including Mission in the Spirit: Towards a Pentecostal/Charismatic Missiology and Until the Spirit Comes: The Spirit of God in the Book of Isaiah. Faculty page: OCMS Facebook
Frank D. Macchia, ThD (University of Basel, Switzerland) is professor of theology at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California. He has served as president of the Society of Pentecostal Studies and is a member of the Faith and Order Commission of the National Council of Churches. Frank is senior editor of Pneuma: The Journal for the Society of Pentecostal Studies.
Rachel Marszalek is Vicar of All Saints, Ealing, an Anglican Church in London. Revd Marszalek is involved in the New Wine Movement and particularly focussed on women in Anglican ordained ministries within the network. She is married with two girls and two puppy dogs who are all a joy to her. God first called her to the church during the prayer of Humble Access in an Anglican Church’s Book of Common Prayer service when she was 8 years old. She blogs at Revising Reform. Facebook. Twitter: @revisingreform
H. Allen Martin, M.A., is a missionary educator with many years of missionary experience. During their 20 years of ministry in Ecuador the Lord helped the Martin’s to found numerous Quichua Indian churches, to establish the Indigenous District of the Assemblies of God where he was to serve as the first District Superintendent for six years as well as founding and directing a thriving four-year Bible Seminary. Since 2011, Allen has served as President of the Facultad de Teología (Latin America Theological Seminary) which has training centers in 13 strategic countries in Spanish speaking Latin America. The Facultad strategically trains and mentors the top pastors and leaders in the Assemblies of God in all Latin America. Allen is also currently earning a Ph. D. at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. Facebook
Lee Roy Martin, D.Th. (University of South Africa), is Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, TN; and editor of the Journal of Pentecostal Theology. He has served as a Church of God pastor for 27 years and is the author of a number of books and articles, including The Unheard Voice of God: A Pentecostal Hearing of the Book of Judges (Deo Publishing, 2008). www.pentecostaltheology.org/LeeRoyMartin.html
Trevor W. Martindale has been involved in supporting church-planting ministries in South Africa, where he grew up, and in England and in Scotland, where he now lives. Currently, he is a graduate student at the University of Aberdeen.
Bradford L. McCall, B.S. in Biology (Georgia Southwestern St. University, 2000), M.Div. (Asbury Theological Seminary, 2005), grew up on a cotton farm in south Georgia. A graduate student at Holy Apostles College and Seminary, Bradford has particular interest in teleology, causation and early modern philosophy.
Percy McCray is Director of Spiritual/Faith-Based Programs at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. A fully ordained minister for more than 20 years, Rev. Percy McCray is a member of the United States Chaplains Association. He has been recognized as one of the “most influential African Americans in Lake County (IL)” by the People’s Voice newspaper for his religious and leadership roles within the community and was also recognized as one of the most beloved pastors of the Chicagoland area by the Defender newspaper. In addition to his role as Director of Faith-Based Programs at CTCA, Rev. McCray helps lead Our Journey of Hope®, a cancer ministry training and support program.
Scot McKnight, PhD (University of Nottingham), is a world-renowned speaker, writer, professor and equipper of the Church. He is Professor of New Testament at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and a recognized authority on the historical Jesus, early Christianity, and the New Testament. His blog, Jesus Creed, is a leading Christian blog. Scot McKnight is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Society for New Testament Studies. Some of his books include The King Jesus Gospel (Zondervan, 2011), The Jesus Creed: Loving God, Loving Others (Paraclete, 2004), and The Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (IVP, 1992).