Jeff Wright is a grateful husband, blessed daddy, long-suffering Redskins fan, wannabe P90Xer and obscure blogger at Pursuing Truth. Following Jesus the Christ. Allied with the uniquely beautiful kingdom of God. Jeff holds a ThM from Dallas Seminary and is a member of Providence Church of Texas and the Evangelical Theological Society.
Blog: Pursuing Truth
Nathan P. Gilmour is a Christian, a husband, a father, and a college English teacher. He tries to do all of that and write something worthwhile on occasion.
Blog: The Christian Humanist
Eric “Gunny” Hartman
Gunny is pastor of Providence Church in Plano, TX, and has taught at Dallas Theological Seminary and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has completed coursework for a PhD in Rhetoric at University of Texas at Arlington and tries to be a good father to his 4 kiddos, exhibited by coaching a girls soccer team.
Blog: Semper Reformanda
Known in many circles as ‘Rabbi’, Ben-jamin is an artist and pastor who can often be seen with a scruffy beard, drinking Starbucks, listening to reggae, wearing black, changing a diaper or reading backwards. His name in Hebrew means “son of the right hand”- which ironically is the hand he would use to paint, draw or type for this blog if he ever found the time to do so.
Blog: Amazing Grey City
Dr. James Galyon
A Follower of Jesus Christ, the husband of one, father of three, chaplain of many.
Blog: 2 Worlds Collide
Husband, dad, pastor.
Blog: Pastor Matt
Progressively conservative, missionally reformed, Jedi-mind-tricking all theological absurdity and political hysteria, I am the Missional Yoda. My style is impetuous. My defense is impregnable, and I’m just ferocious. I want your heart…for Christ. As seen on Twitter!
Jonathan is an insurance agent by day and a political junkie by night. Graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in political science. Be on the look out for his random musings about theology, politics, sports, pop-culture, and everyday life.
* It should go without saying but the opinions expressed by one author do not necessarily represent the views of the other contributors.