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Kelly, Ryan

Ryan Kelly is an associate professor of music at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, where he directs several choirs and teaches courses in conducting and choral music. An experienced church musician and organist, he is also director of music at Proclamation Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.


Shepard, Valerie Elliot

Valerie Elliot Shepard is the only child of Jim and Elisabeth Elliot, missionaries to the Quichua and Auca Indians (now called “Waodani, which means “the people”) of the Amazon rain forest. Her father and four other men were speared to death in 1956 as they sought to reach the Aucas with the gospel. After Jim’s death, Elisabeth and Valerie continued to live with the Quichuas until they were invited to live with the tribe that had killed Jim. They ministered to the Aucas for two years as Elisabeth and another missionary, Rachel Saint, learned to speak the language and shared the story of Jesus with them. Many Aucas converted to Christ as a result.

Valerie returned with her mother to the United States in 1963 and married Walter Shepard. Walt and Valerie have eight children. They currently reside in Southport, North Carolina.


Adams, James E.

James E. Adams (DMin, Westminster Seminary California) has been the pastor of Cornerstone Church in Mesa, Arizona, for more than thirty-five years and has taught theology for Reformed Baptist Seminary and in Latin America.


Adams, Jay E.

Jay E. Adams (1929–2020), a pioneer in biblical counseling, served as a pastor, church planter, denominational executive, seminary professor, author, and lecturer. He taught homiletics at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and was the director of advanced studies at Westminster Seminary in California. He was the founder of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF), the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (formerly NANC), and the Institute for Nouthetic Studies (INS). Adams was the author of over one hundred books, including the best-selling Competent to Counsel, a book that launched the modern biblical counseling movement. He was a recipient of The Order of the Palmetto, the highest civilian honor awarded by the State of South Carolina.


Agan, C.D. "Jimmy", III

C. D. “Jimmy” Agan (MDiv, Covenant Theological Seminary; PhD, University of Aberdeen) is Senior Pastor of Intown Community Church in Atlanta. Previously he was Associate Professor of New Testament and Director of the Homiletics Program at Covenant Theological Seminary.


Alcott, Louisa May

Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, and grew up in the Boston-Concord area of Massachusetts. She received most of her early education from her father, Bronson Alcott, a renowned educator and writer, as well as from Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau, who were family friends. In 1868 she became editor of the children’s magazine Merry’s Museum and published the first volume of Little Women, a novel about four young sisters growing up in a small New England town during the Civil War. Little Women was one of the first American novels to become a classic in children’s literature. It remains one of the best-loved books for girls.