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The Most Rev.
Charles J. Chaput
OFM Cap.

In 1977, Archbishop Chaput became pastor of Holy Cross Parish in Thornton, Colorado, and vicar provincial for the Capuchin Province of Mid-America. He was named secretary and treasurer for the province in 1980, and he became chief executive and provincial minister three years later. Archbishop Chaput was ordained Bishop of Rapid City, South Dakota, on July 26, 1988. Pope John Paul II appointed him Archbishop of Denver on February 18, 1997.
John Guest

John Guest was born and raised in Oxford, England. John is the author of ten books. He co-founded Trinity Episcopal School of Ministry and was a participant in the Lausanne Committee or World Evangelism and a board member of the National Association of Evangelicals. He founded the Coalition of Christian Outreach, an evangelistic organization employing approximately 150 staff on college campuses. Also, he co-founded the South American Missionary Society (1976), hosted a daily radio broadcast, "New Life in Christ", on WPIT-FM, Pittsburgh (1983-1990). He is presently heard on WORD radio (101.5 FM) weekdays at 10:30 AM.
Corkie Haan

Dr. Cornell Haan, better known to friends as "Corkie," is the National Facilitator of Spiritual Unity for The Mission America Coalition, the co-founder of The Presidential Prayer Team and the Vice President of The World Prayer Team. He has been thoroughly involved in the planting of seven churches and as a member of operational boards for the Baptist General Conference in Minnesota, Middle East, Northern California, Southwest and Florida. Before accepting the position as National Facilitator of Ministry Networks in 1996, Dr. Haan, over the span of 30 years, led six various churches as Senior Pastor.
Ken Hutcherson

Ken Hutcherson obtained a bachelors degree in education in 1974 from Alabama's University of West Alabama where he had also played football from 1972 to 1974. Hutcherson later joined the NFL but left in 1977 due to a knee injury. He played for the Dallas Cowboys, San Diego Chargers, and Seattle Seahawks. After ending his American football career, Hutcherson conducted theological studies at Cascade Bible College in Bellevue, Washington in 1979. After finishing his studies, he served eight years as director of high school ministries at Westminster Chapel in Bellevue. In 1984, he started Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington, along with Mark Webster and Dwight Englund. Hutcherson accepted the position of senior pastor in 1985 and was ordained in 1986.
Father Roger J. Landry



Father Roger J. Landry is a priest of the Diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts, ordained in 1999. After receiving a biology degree from Harvard College, Fr. Landry studied for the priesthood in Maryland, Toronto, and for several years in Rome. He speaks widely on the thought of Pope John Paul II and on apologetics, and is presently parochial administrator of St. Anthony of Padua in New Bedford, Massachusetts, and Executive Editor of The Anchor, the weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Fall River.
Richard Land

Dr. Richard Land has served as president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission since 1988. As host of For Faith & Family, For Faith & Family's Insight, and Richard Land Live!, three nationally syndicated radio programs, Dr. Land speaks passionately and authoritatively on the social, ethical, and public policy issues facing our country. Dr. Land's record as a pro-family advocate is capped by his proudest accomplishment -- his over 30-year marriage and personal investment in the lives of his three children and his wife, Dr. Rebekah Land, a psychotherapist in private practice.
Rod MacIlvaine

Rod is the founding senior pastor of Grace Community Church in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He received his ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary (1983) and is currently engaged in doctoral studies there. For ten years Rod served on the staff of Search Ministries, first as area director and then as vice president of publications. Since 1998 Rod has been active in church planting in formerly Communist countries. His church has assisted in planting two churches in central Russia, and over thirty in central Cuba, as well as a center for training pastors. Married since 1979, he and Cindy have four children. Together they enjoy the outdoors, particularly sailing and backpacking.
Bishop Joseph Mattera


Joseph Mattera has been in full-time ministry since 1980 and is currently the overseeing Bishop of Resurrection Church in New York, a multiethnic congregation of 40 nationalities that has successfully developed numerous leaders and holistic ministry in the New York region and beyond. His driving passion is his jealousy to see the Lordship of Christ manifest over every realm of society so the church can fulfill the cultural mandate in Genesis 1:28. This passion has resulted in extensive ministry nationally and internationally, reaching out to many nations of the world including the former Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Turkey, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Holland, Ukraine, Canada, Mexico and Cuba.
Albert Mohler

Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., serves as the ninth president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary-the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world. Dr. Mohler hosts a daily live nationwide radio program on the Salem Radio Network. He also writes a popular blog and a regular commentary on moral, cultural and theological issues. A leader within the Southern Baptist Convention, Dr. Mohler has served in several offices including a term as Chairman of the SBC Committee on Resolutions, which is responsible for the denomination's official statements on moral and doctrinal issues. He currently serves as chairman of the Southern Baptist Convention's Council of Seminary Presidents.
Jim Tonkowich

Jim Tonkowich was named President of the Institute on Religion & Democracy in March 2006. Prior to joining IRD, Jim served as the Managing Editor of BreakPoint radio. Jim comes to IRD with a varied background. He worked in prep school youth ministry with FOCUS (Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools) directing boarding school outreach. After that he pastored Peninsula Hills Presbyterian Church, a congregation in the heart on California's Silicon Valley. He then spent two years in a Northern Virginia high-tech company.

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