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Campbell, Carolyn Leutwiler

Carolyn Leutwiler Campbell lives in St. Louis with her husband, Bill, whom she met and married in 2011. She is pursuing a Master's degree in Educational Ministries at Covenant Theological Seminary.



Capill, Murray

Murray Capill (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary, California) has pastored churches in New Zealand and Australia and is principal of the Reformed Theological College in Geelong, Australia, where he lectures in preaching and pastoral ministry.


Carr, Simonetta

Simonetta Carr, mother of eight and homeschool educator for twenty years, has worked as a freelance journalist and a translator of Christian works into Italian. She is the author of the series Christian Biographies for Young Readers.


Carter, Anthony J.

Anthony Carter (MA, Reformed Theological Seminary) is lead pastor of East Point Church in East Point, Georgia. He is the author of several books, including Black and Reformed, and is contributing editor of Experiencing the Truth and Glory Road. He is also a frequent conference speaker, guest lecturer, and preacher. He lives in East Point with his wife, Adriane, and their five children.


Cassidy, David

David Cassidy is the senior pastor of Spanish River Church in Boca Raton, Florida. He has been communicating the essentials of the Christian faith in England and the United States for nearly forty years.



Chaney, James M.

James M. Chaney (1831–1909) graduated from the William Jewell College in Missouri, received a Masters degree from King College in Tennessee, and a Doctor of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey. He was ordained in 1858 by the Lafayette Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church, Missouri.


Chapell, Bryan

Bryan Chapell is senior pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinios, and served as president of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis from 2012–2013. He graduated from Northwestern University with his BSJ in journaling, English literature, and American history. He received his MDiv from Covenant Theological Seminary and obtained his PhD from Southern Illinois University.


Chester, Tim

Tim Chester is a church leader from Sheffield, England, the author of You Can Change, and the associate director of Porterbrook Seminary.


Christensen, Scott

Scott Christensen (MDiv, The Master's Seminary) is the author of What about Free Will? He worked for nine years at the award-winning CCY Architects in Aspen, Colorado: several of his home designs were featured in Architectural Digest magazine. Called out of this work to the ministry, he graduated with honors from seminary and now serves as the associate pastor of Kerrville Bible Church in Kerrville, Texas.


Christie, Vance

Vance E. Christie (MDiv, Grace Theological Seminary) is ordained in the Evangelical Free Church in America and is a member of EFCA Ministerial Association. He is the pastor of Aurora Evangelical Free Church in Aurora, Nebraska.



Clark, Martin E.

Martin E. Clark (AB, AM Bob Jones University; PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) was director of counseling at Cedarville University before serving as its vice president of development.


Clark, R. Scott

R. Scott Clark (DPhil, University of Oxford) is professor of church history and historical theology at Westminster Seminary California, where he has taught since 1997. He is the author of Caspar Olevian and the Substance of the Covenant: The Double Benefit of Christ (2005); editor of and contributor to Covenant, Justification, and Pastoral Ministry: Essays by the Faculty of Westminster Seminary California (2007); and coeditor of and contributor to Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment (1999). He is Associate Pastor of Oceanside United Reformed Church and lives in Escondido, California, with his wife and children.


Clayton, Charles

Charles Clayton (MAR, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a leadership consultant in the UK and has been executive director of organizations in the UK and Middle East.


Clowney, Edmund P.

Edmund Clowney was an influential pastor, theologian, and educator, both in church settings and several leading seminaries. The author of acclaimed works such as The Unfolding Mystery, Dr. Clowney completed How Jesus Transforms the Ten Commandments shortly before his death in 2005.


Coleman, Diane

Diane Coleman (BS, Penn State University) has written teacher manuals, a literature guide, and a company history. She was a founding director and curriculum coordinator for a Christian academy. 


Collins, C. John

C. John Collins (PhD, University of Liverpool) is professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is the author of The God of Miracles and Science and Faith.


Conn, Harvie M.

Harvie M. Conn was professor of missions at Westminster Theological Seminary. He received his BD and ThM degrees from Westminster Seminary and for three years pursued postgraduate studies at Temple University.


Cook, Gregory D.

Gregory D. Cook has completed a PhD in hermeneutics and biblical interpretation from Westminster Theological Seminary, prior to which he was the pastor of Providence Presbyterian Church (PCA) in West Virginia and the youth and college pastor at Evangelical Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Delaware.


Cooper, Derek

Derek Cooper (MBA, Cairn University; PhD, United Lutheran Seminary) is associate dean of the faculty and associate professor of global Christianity at Reformed Episcopal Seminary. He is also managing director of Thomas Institute. Cooper is the author of more than a dozen books, including Christianity and World Religions, Basics of Latin, Exploring Church History, and Introduction to World Christian History. He has traveled to more than seventy countries around the world and led groups on countless tours overseas.


Cosby, Brian H.

Brian Cosby is senior pastor of Wayside Presbyterian Church (PCA) on Signal Mountain, Tennessee, and visiting professor at Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta.


Cox, William E.

William E. Cox (BD, Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary) was the author of six theological books, including Why I Left Scofieldism and Biblical Studies in Final Things, as well as pamphlets and articles. Ordained by the West Virginia Baptist Convention in 1947, he pastored in West Virginia and Pennsylvania throughout his life.


Crotts, John

John Crotts (MDiv, The Master’s Seminary; DMin, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in Sharpsburg, Georgia, and the author of several books.


Crowe, Brandon D.

Brandon D. Crowe (MDiv, Reformed Theological Seminary; PhD, University of Edinburgh) is associate professor of New Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary and Book Review Editor for the Westminster Theological Journal.

 

Currid, John D.

John D. Currid (PhD, University of Chicago) is Chancellor’s Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary. He has held expedition staff positions at Bethsaida, Carthage, Tell el-Hesi, and elsewhere and served as the director of the Tell Halif (Lahav) Grain Storage Project. Currid has authored numerous books and was senior editor for and contributor to the ESV Archaeology Study Bible.