AUTHORS

Carolyn Maull McKinstry

A life long member of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, Carolyn was present on September 15, 1963, when white racists bombed the Church. Carolyn's four young friends were killed. As a teenager, Carolyn felt her "calling" by attending the mass meetings and rallies at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. She was among thousands of students hosed by firemen during the... learn more

Matt Mellema

To borrow a phrase from the Apostle Paul, I was born an evangelical of evangelicals. I grew up in Colorado Springs–the Vatican of evangelicalism. My mom homeschooled me until high school, and my dad is the CFO of Focus on the Family. My extended family is brimming with missionaries, pastors, and seminary professors. I went to John Brown University, a college founded by an... learn more

John Merritt

John Merritt is a modern day adventurer trapped in a pastor’s body. When not behind a pulpit you will find John lobster diving, helicopter skiing, hauling in yellow fin tuna, calling mallards from a duck blind, or rocketing over whitewater in the Grand Canyon. John loves to stretch people by taking them into untamed places like Cape Town, Cairo or Calcutta. Always scheming... learn more

Sam Metcalf

Sam Metcalf is president of Church Resource Ministries (CRM), a mission organization committed to serving and extending the Church worldwide. Deeply committed to the vision God has entrusted to CRM, Sam has served as president since 1985. His passion to develop leaders so that movements of new expressions of the Church are started infuses his stewardship of CRM around the world. He holds... learn more

Sally Metzger

Sally Metzger is a writer, speaker, and teacher with a passion for nurturing souls. She’s written and presented more than seventy spiritual and motivational talks. In Columbus, Ohio, she was a speaker for engaged-couples ministry and for pro-life groups helping pregnant women and the unborn. At Jesuit College Prep in Dallas, Sally spoke for faculty and administration development, parent gatherings, and prayer services... learn more

Tracie Miles

Tracie Miles is a member of the national speaker team with Proverbs 31 Ministries and enjoys speaking to women’s groups and at keynote events and weekend retreats across the country. Her passion is to lead women closer to the heart of God, help them embrace their value and purpose in Him, and inspire them to live intentionally for Christ. Tracie is the author of... learn more

Calvin Miller

Until his untimely passing in 2012 at age 75, Calvin Miller was one of the most beloved authors in Christian publishing for nearly 40 years. He was the author of more than 100 works of fiction, nonfiction, children's books, poetry, devotional books, Bible projects, anthologies...whatever could be written, he could write it. He was a true Renissance Man. He is perhaps best known for writing... learn more

Ron Moore

Ron Moore was born and raised in Perry, Oklahoma - also the place where he and his wife, Lori, met and married in 1980. Ron and Lori have four children: Brittany, and her husband, Josiah; Garrison, and his wife, Sarah; Lara, and her husband, DJ; and Mackenzie, a sophomore at Liberty University. They also have two grandchildren, Leah and Gordon, born to Garrison... learn more

Gilbert Morris

Gilbert Morris can well be described as the grandfather of Christian Historical Fiction. He wrote and published more than 200 novels for youth and adults that have sold nearly 7 million copies worldwide. He's best known for the 40-volume "House of Winslow" saga. Before becoming the standard by which most historical novelists are measured, he was a pastor, then an English professor of History. He... learn more

David Murrow

David Murrow is director of Church for Men, an organization dedicated to restoring a healthy, life-giving masculine spirit in Christian congregations. He is the author of Why Men Hate Going to Church (Thomas Nelson Publishers). The book has been firmly planted in the top 1 percent at Amazon.com since its release in March 2005. His book has been reviewed in newspapers such as... learn more

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