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Sep
10

Victoria R.T. Heard

Victoria R.T. Heard is Canon for Church Planting and Congregational Development for the Diocese of Dallas.
Sep
10

Carrie Boren Headington

Carrie Boren Headington serves as missioner for evangelism for the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and is founder of The Good News Initiative. She is a graduate of Yale University (B.A., History), Harvard University (M.A., Education, Urban Poverty Policy) and Oxford University (C.T.H., DIPTHE, Theology, Evangelism and Apologetics). Carrie is an evangelist and apologist who speaks in various settings, including...
Sep
10

Leander S. Harding

After 26 years in parish ministry Leander S. Harding joined the faculty of Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, in 2005, where he is associate professor of pastoral theology and dean of seminary advancement.
Sep
10

Benjamin Guyer

Benjamin Guyer is a doctoral student in British history at the University of Kansas.
Sep
10

Zachary Guiliano

Zachary Guiliano is a Ph.D. candidate in medieval history at St. John’s College (University of Cambridge) and a Gates Cambridge Scholar.
Sep
10

Neil Dhingra

Neil Dhingra, a Roman Catholic layman, teaches history at Carroll Community College in Westminster, Maryland.
Sep
10

Michael Cover

Michael Cover is a priest (Diocese of Dallas) and doctoral student in theology at the University of Notre Dame.
Sep
10

Caleb Congrove

Caleb Congrove is a Roman Catholic layman. He graduated from Oberlin College in 1996. His theological interests received their basic shape and orientation at Yale Divinity School, where he studied the Christian tradition and was introduced to ecumenism.
Sep
10

Stewart Clem

The path that led Stewart to the Anglican tradition was long and winding, and it began one day during his college years when, on a whim, he purchased a $1 used copy of the Book of Common Prayer at a local thrift store.
Sep
10

Tony Clavier

I am vicar of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Glen Carbon, and St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Granite City, in the Diocese of Springfield.
Sep
10

Mark Clavier

Born in Greenville, South Carolina, Mark Clavier was raised in the American Episcopal Church, one of the earliest of the so-called Continuing Anglican churches. Much of his childhood was spent worshiping according to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer in living rooms and storefronts. He later attended the College of William and Mary, graduating in 1993 with an A.B. in History. He then went to Duke Divinity...
Sep
10

Charlie Clauss

Charlie Clauss is InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s area director for Minnesota and the Dakotas.
Sep
10

Will Brown

Fr. Brown is a priest of the Society of the Holy Cross, a disciple of René Girard, and the beleaguered master of a Vizsla.
Sep
10

Jeff Boldt

Jeff Boldt has earned a master of theological studies at Wycliffe College in Toronto, and is now a doctoral student. His interests lay in Patristics, early modern theology, figural exegesis of the Bible, ecclesiology, and Platonism.

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