Clarence Shuler

Clarence Shuler (Denver Institute of Urban Studies, Ph.D.; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, M.Div.; Covenant College, B.A.; Moody Bible Institute) is the President/CEO of BLR: Building Lasting Relationships, which conducts marriage, singles, men’s, parenting, and Biblical diversity seminars throughout the United States and internationally. Clarence does professional cross-cultural consulting for faith-based and secular organizations such as the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army, the... learn more

Kasey Shuler

Kasey Shuler is the author of Move for Joy and several Bible studies, including The Lord’s Prayer: A 12-Week Journal, Rest and Rise, and Love Beyond Looks. Working with clients as an ACSM personal trainer and Revelation Wellness fitness instructor, Kasey's mission is to help go-getters walk by faith with prayer, Scripture, and joyful movement. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Athens, Georgia, and would love to... learn more

Kimberly Shumate

During her twelve years with Harvest House Publishers, Kimberly discovered numerous new authors—finding   success with various book deals, Christy nominations and awards, and Publishers Weekly star ratings—many establishing themselves as the fresh and relevant voices within the CBA market in both fiction and nonfiction genres. In 2009, Kimberly was pleased to launch Living Word Literary Agency where she was unanimously voted into the ECPA.... learn more

Rebecca Siegel, MD

Dr. Rebecca Siegel is a board certified Adult, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist. She recently joined the Amen Clinics after more than 13 years in group and private practice settings. Dr. Siegel graduated from Albert Einstein Medical School where her father also attended and specialized in Neurology. She completed her Psychiatry residency and Child & Adolescent fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York... learn more

Fred Sievert

Fred Sievert had a long and successful career, retiring in 2007 as the president of New York Life Insurance Company (a Fortune 100 corporation). He now describes his business career as mere prologue to his current Christian calling. That calling is to impact the lives of people in need of God’s grace by telling stories of life-changing encounters with a living God. Those stories... learn more

Tom Sileo

Tom Sileo is an author, award-winning journalist and contributing senior editor at The Stream who spent more than eight years working in local and national newsrooms. Tom became a WordServe Literary client in 2020 while writing BE BOLD: How a Marine Corps Hero Broke Barriers for Women at War. Tom's first solo effort, which tells the inspiring true story of fallen U.S. Marine Maj. Megan McClung,... learn more

Sandy Silverthorne

Sandy Silverthorne has been writing and illustrating books since 1988 and currently has over 500,000 copies in print. His award-winning Great Bible Adventure children’s series with Harvest House sold over 170,000 copies and was distributed in eight languages worldwide. He’s written and illustrated over thirty books and has worked with such diverse clients as Universal Studios Tour, Doubleday Publishers, Zondervan, Penguin Publishing, The... learn more

Scotty Smith

Scotty Smith, a native of Graham, North Carolina, is a graduate of The University of North Carolina, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Covenant Theological Seminary (D. Min). After planting and pastoring Christ Community Church, Franklin, TN, for 26 years, Scotty assumed a position on the pastoral staff of West End Community Church, as Teacher in Residence. He also serves as adjunct faculty for Covenant... learn more

Cassandra Soars

Cassandra Soars has published various national magazine articles on a range of topics, including life in Mozambique, Africa, where she lived for five years. She is also the author of Love Like Fire: The Story of Heidi Baker (Charisma House, 2016). She has a master of fine arts in creative nonfiction from the University of Pittsburgh. She also earned a master’s... learn more

Amy Sorrells

A long-time believer in the power of story to change lives, Amy’s diverse writing career includes over two decades of freelance writing including medical journal publications and a popular op-ed newspaper column.

Amy’s novels have been short-listed for various fiction awards, and her first novel, How Sweet the Sound, won the 2011 Women of Faith Writing Contest before it was... learn more

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