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Erica Ramirez, director. A third generation Pentecostal, Erica Ramirez was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, but now resides in Madison, New Jersey. Her graduate work at Wheaton College was in Church History, concentrating in Religion in American Life. Her main research interest at Drew University has been Pentecostal feminist practices, studying intersections of ethnicity, gender, and politics, using postcolonial and feminist lenses. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Micael Grenholm, editor. A charismactivist and evangelist residing in Uppsala, Sweden. Having studied theology as well as peace and development studies, Micael Grenholm’s passion is to combine charismatic spirituality with activism for peace and justice. Apart from editing the PCPJ website he is active with evangelism and apologetics both locally and online. Contact him at email@example.com
Luis Aranguiz Kahn, editor. Luis holds a degree in Spanish Literature and a minor in theology from the Catholic University of Chile, and is currently completing a master’s degree in International Studies at the University of Santiago, Chile. Luis comes from a family of traditional Chilean Pentecostalism and was a university leader at a Pentecostal youth group and a preacher at his local congregation. He is the editor of Pensamiento Pentecostal.
Bev Murril has been a senior church and network leader for more than three decades and has a Masters degree in Global Leadership from Fuller Seminary. Her passion and focus are leadership and the issues relating to women in the world. She continues to speak internationally at conferences and to work toward leaving a legacy for the leaders who come after her. She has written two books – Speak Life and Shut the Hell Up, and Catalysts:You Can Be God’s Agent For Change. Bev would love to speak for your church or event, or you can contact her for leadership coaching at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deborah-Ruth Ferber is a two time graduate of Tyndale University College and Seminary (BRE and MDiv) and holds additional certifications from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary and Harvard Divinity School EdX. Deborah’s work has been widely published in North America and the UK and she has been a featured writer for Premier Christian Magazine, Purpose Magazine, the Canadian Mennonite, and Mennonite World Review. Deborah is also the co-author of A Living Alternative – Anabaptist Christianity in a Post-Christendom World. A member of the MennoNerds, State of Formation, and Bible Gateway blogging collectives, Deborah enjoys writing on several topics related to Christian theology, social justice, church practice, discipleship, and disability studies. When Deborah is not behind a keyboard or does not have her nose stuck in a book, she enjoys travelling the world in search of the next biggest adventure.
Ebony Adedayo was born in 1983 in Milwaukee, WI. She moved to the Twin Cities in 2001 to attend college, and earned a B.A. in Pastoral Studies (Cross Cultural minor) from North Central University in 2006, and a Master of Global and Contextual Studies from Bethel Seminary in 2010. Ebony is passionate about the intersection of faith, justice, and reconciliation and is the author of Dancing on Hot Coals and Embracing a Holistic Faith: Essays on Biblical Justice, and blogs at www.ebonyjohanna.com. You can also find her on twitter at @ebonyjohanna.
Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Rios is the Founder of the Passion Center, a justice-oriented faith-based community helping people stand up and live out the gospel mandate of loving God, loving themselves and loving their neighbor in Miramar, FL. Find out more at www.ThePassionCenter.org and www.ElizabethRios.com
Faith Totushek. Pastor Faith has served two churches as a solo pastor in Minnesota and Connecticut. She Currently pastors WayFinders Home church and serves as Director of Worship at St Francis United Methodist Church in St Francis, Minnesota. Faith graduated seminary in 2007 with an MDIV in New Testament and Pastoral Ministry.
Hannah Siegmund is the small groups and discipleship pastor at Relevant Church in Tampa, Florida.
Rev. Kevin R. Daugherty is a priest in the Convergent Christian Communion, serving as Curate (Assistant Pastor) at Solomon’s Porch Phx (Phoenix, AZ) and Abbot for Kindling Fires: A New Monastic Order.
Ramone Romero grew up near Washington, D.C. and currently lives in Osaka, Japan. He prophesies in painting, words, and poetry on Facebook and at the Weeping Jeremiahs blog.
Trevor Saxby. Mentor, pastor and PhD in church history. Author of Pilgrims of a Common Life. I love learning from the ‘movers and shakers’ of the past, as I want to be one today!
In addition to these regular contributors, various guest bloggers and interview respondents contribute to the site.
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Joshua A. Humphries, Facebook Group admin. Former political consultant from Roanoke, Va area. Keeping my head above water in Charlottesville.
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I very grateful to have discovered this website. I’m the author of From Times Square to Timbuktu: The Post-Christian West Meets the Non-Western Church (Eerdmans, 2013) and have been engaged for several years in building links between Pentecostals and the wider Christian community through initiatives such as the Global Christian Forum. Thanks so much for your work and witness.
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We’re so glad to hear that! I must say that your book sounds very interesting. God bless you!
I hope you are fine. I write because I tried to contact sojouners to translate a text you wrote on pentecostalism and posmodernity. I had no answer. We want to publish your text for our website, for Latinamerican readers: https://pensamientopentecostal.wordpress.com/. Could you give an email to contact you?
Luis Aránguiz Kahn