Executive Director, Community Development Initiatives
Bio: Writer, Pastor, Missional Strategist, Immigrant/Refugee Advocate, author of When Heaven and Earth Collide: Racism, Southern Evangelicals, and the Better Way of Jesus (NewSouth Books, 2014). https://www.amazon.com/When-Heaven-Earth-Collide-Evangelicals/dp/1603063501
Currently writing Receiving Faith: Immigrants, Refugees, the Gospel, and the Church in the American South. Urban Loft Publishers, 2017.
Executive Director of Community Development Initiatives. http://cdionline.org
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Director of Operations, Restore Hope Arkansas
Bio: Dru Dodson - Founding pastor, Lake Valley Community Church, Hot Springs, AR. His first career was consulting engineering. He’s been a missionary in over 20 countries. Leads the HaitiCure team training 1500 pastors plus theological training for businessmen there. Does church-based theological training for accredited degrees. Author of Kingdom Outposts: A Fresh Theology of Relief and Development
Bio: Rev. Alexia Salvatierra is the co-author, with Dr. Peter Heltzel, of "Faith-Rooted Organizing: Mobilizing the Church in Service to the World" and the founder of the Faith-Rooted Organizing Un-Network. She is a Lutheran pastor with over 35 years of experience in community ministry, including church-based service and community development programs, congregational and community organizing, and legislative advocacy. She has been a national leader in the areas of working poverty and immigration for over 20 years, including the co-founding of the national Evangelical Immigration Table (a very broad coalition of evangelical leaders and institutions advocating for immigration reform).
Bio: David grew up in southern California and served in the US Navy during the Vietnam conflict. For nearly eight years he lived and worked in Germany and traveled many countries throughout Europe. Upon returning to America, David settled in northern California working for many Silicon Valley start-up companies. In 2006, he moved to the White Mountains of Arizona.
A graduate of San Jose College with a degree in business, David also studied at Santa Clara University towards a degree in international business. During his career in the computer industry, David has traveled all over the world. Most of his career centered on companies with cutting-edge computer and storage technologies. After retiring from the Silicon Valley of California, David focused on his clay art, which led him to relocate to Arizona.
Intentional Impact Ministries
Bio: Dean is a teacher, author, and life coach. He has led seminars on "Going Deeper with God" in various places nationally and internationally. He has five books in print which focus on pursuing God, divine appointments, and godly character. He currently coaches eighteen Christian leaders around the USA.
Phoenix City Director, FlourishNow, Inc.
Faculty, Grand Canyon University
Vice President for Programs and Development, African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries
Director of the Education Domain, 4Tucson
Senior Associate, Maestral International
Coordinadora Regional América del Sur y Caribe. TIC, Medical Ambassadors International
Prayer Director, 4Tucson
President, Grand Canyon University
Executive Director, Alliance for Children Everywhere
President & CEO, African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, Inc. (ALARM)
Programs Director, Reconciled World
Pastor, Missio Dei Communities
New Projects Consultant, Development Associates International
Author, If it was Easy, Jesus Wouldn't Have Prayed for it
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IMT Coordinator, United Methodist
Director of Church Engagement, Reconciled World
Director of Community Partnerships, School Connect
TCT Global Curriculum and US Partners Development, Reconciled World
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Esther Story (Susie Brown)
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Reach One Touch One Ministries