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Woodrow E. Walton, D.Min. (Oral Roberts University School of Theology and Missions), B.A. (Texas Christian University), B.D. [M.Div.] (Duke Divinity School), M.A. (University of Oklahoma), is a retired Seminary Dean and Professor of biblical, theological and historical studies. An ordained Assemblies of God minister, he and his wife live in Fort Worth, Texas. Walton retains membership with the Evangelical Theological Society, American Association of Christian Counselors, American Society of Church History, American Academy of Political Science, and The International Society of Frontier Missiology.

Michael Muoki Wambua, M.Th. cand. (Daystar University, Nairobi, Kenya), and B.A (East Africa School of Theology) is the Vice Chairman of Africa Capacity Building Initiative, a Lecturer at African Center for Great Commission in Nairobi and a Church minister with Nairobi Pentecostal Church.

Lisa R. Ward, M.B.L., M.P.T., MMGT (Oral Roberts University), is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Renewal Studies, specializing in biblical studies, at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. As a nurse and teacher, she is involved with her faith community to establish churches, orphanages, medical clinics, and leadership training centers for pastors in East Africa.

Wayne E. Warner is the retired director of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (Assemblies of God) in Springfield, Missouri and is the founding editor of the Assemblies of God Heritage. He directed the center for 25 years during which time the museum and new offices were built. Prior to his role at the archives, he was book editor for the Gospel Publishing House for 12 years. Prior to that part of his life, he served as a pastor with the Open Bible Churches. He is the author, compiler, and contributor to numerous books including Good Morning, Lord: Devotions for Servicemen (Baker, 1971), Touched by the Fire (Logos, 1978), Maria Woodworth-Etter, For Such a Time as This (Bridge-Logos, 2004), Smith Wigglesworth’s The Anointing of His Spirit (Chosen, 2003), Kathryn Kuhlman: The Woman Behind the Miracles (Servant, 1993), and The Essential Smith Wigglesworth (Vine, 1999).

Keith Warrington, M.Phil, Ph.D. (King’s College, University of London), was the Vice-Principal and Director of Doctoral Studies at Regents Theological College in Cheshire, England, before his retirement. He has served as a pastor, is a member of numerous theological fellowships, and was editor of the Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association from 1994-2005. He is the author of several books including The Message of the Holy Spirit (2009), Pentecostal Theology: A Theology of Encounter (2008), Discovering the Holy Spirit in the New Testament (2005), Discovering Jesus in the New Testament (2010), Healing and Suffering: Biblical and Pastoral Reflections (2005), and The Miracles in the Gospels: What do they teach us about Jesus? (2016).

Robert Webster, B.A. (Methodist University), M.Div. (Vanderbilt University), M.A. (The University of the South), D.Phil. (Oxford University), is a full elder in the United Methodist Church in the Tennessee Annual Conference and Adjunct Professor at Regent University teaching in the area of Ecclesiastical History and Historical Theology. He has edited and written three books: Methodism and the Miraculous: John Wesley’s Idea of the Supernatural and the Identification of Methodists in the Eighteenth Century (Emeth Press, 2013), Perfecting Perfection: Essays in Honor of Henry D. Rack (Pickwick Publications, 2015), and Charles Wesley after 300 Years (Bulletin of the John Rylands Library of Manchester, 2006). Additionally, he has published over thirty academic articles dealing with Methodist history and theology. Dr. Robert Webster is interested in exploring the role of miracles and the supernatural in the history and development of Methodism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Matti Wendelin, M.Th. (University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu), was ordained as an Evangelist in 1978 at the Pentecostal church of Norrköping, Sweden, and has been in fulltime ministry ever since. In 1990, he founded Evankeliumi Kaikille Kansoille, Full Gospel for All Nations, and has preached the good news about Jesus Christ with signs accompanying in many nations including Papua New Guinea, Pakistan, India, Australia, Russia, Sweden, Finland, USA, and throughout the African continent. www.wendelin.org @MattiWendelin

Brian White, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin-Madison), is a professor at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. www.gvsu.edu/english/white-profile-40.htm

Rob Wilkerson, M.Div. (The Master's Seminary, 2000), B.S. (Luther Seminary, 1994), is a follower of Jesus in Woodstock, GA, where he works in the tech industry as an analyst and consultant. From there he envisions and pursues missional-shaped business for the kingdom. He and his wife Sherri have been married for 21 years and together have three sons and a daughter. Rob believes the mission of the gospel is summed up in four simple phrases: know God, obey Jesus, love one another, and make disciples. www.robwilkerson.net. Google+ Twitter Facebook LinkedIn

Kevin M. Williams, Litt.D., H.L.D. has served in Messianic ministries since 1987 and has written numerous articles and been a featured speaker at regional and international conferences on Messianic Judaism.

Donald M. Williams, Ph.D. (Columbia University), M.Div. (Princeton Seminary), retired in 2002 from the pastorate of Coast Vineyard in La Jolla, California that he planted in 1988. Previous pastoral experience included serving as College Pastor at the Hollywood Presbyterian Church for ten years and Mt. Soledad Presbyterian Church in La Jolla, CA. He has held teaching posts at Claremont MacKenna College and at Fuller Seminary. He is the author of thirteen books, including 12 Steps with Jesus (Regal/Chosen, 2004), Start Here: Kingdom Essentials for Christians (Regal/Chosen, 2006), and The Communicator's Commentary for Psalms 1-72 (Word, 1986) and Psalms 73-150 (Word, 1989).

Andrew Ray Williams is a Ph.D. candidate in Pentecostal theology at Bangor University (Wales, UK) and an ordained Foursquare pastor. Prior to graduate work, he graduated summa cum laude both from Regent University’s School of Divinity (MTS) and The King’s University (BTS). His research interests are Pentecostal ecotheology and Pentecostal sacramental theology. You can follow him on twitter @andrewraywill

J. Rodman Williams (1918-2008), Ph.D., is considered to be the father of renewal theology. He served as a chaplain in the Second World War, he was a church pastor, college professor, and key figure in the charismatic movement of the 1960s. Beginning in 1982, he taught theology at Regent University School of Divinity in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and became Professor of Renewal Theology Emeritus there in 2002. Author of numerous books, he is perhaps best known for his three volume Renewal Theology (Zondervan, 1996).

James Williams, the father of five and grandfather of thirteen, has pastored in the Vineyard and in the United Methodist Church. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Regent University writing on the Charismatic Movement in the United Methodist Church and believes that teaching Christian history should be like pulling out the family photo album.

Fitzroy J. Willis, M.S. (SUNY Health Science Center, Brooklyn), M. A. (Regent University), Ph.D. (Regent University), is an Adjunct Professor of Theology, Biblical Studies, and Philosophy at Ohio Christian University. He has also worked as an R&D Developmental Engineer and a Research Consultant with Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Willis is an experienced teacher, tutor, researcher, scholar, and certified life coach, who is committed to advancing learning and developmental, theological, and biblical scholarship with passion, integrity, and excellence, in service of the church, the academy, and all of society. www.thewillisgroup.org/about-us/fitzroy-john-willis-ms-ma-phd

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