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MacDonald, George

George MacDonald (1824–1905) was a Scottish novelist and poet whose works influenced such great writers as C. S. Lewis and G. K. Chesterton. MacDonald was the author of over fifty books, including novels, stories, and poems, and was one of the best-loved authors of his day. Among his better-known children’s stories are At the Back of the North Wind (1872), The Princess and the Goblin (1872), and Sir Gibbie (1879).

MacNair, Donald J.

Donald J. MacNair (1922-2001) (BD, Faith Theological Seminary; DD, Geneva College) was adjunct professor of practical theology at Covenant Theological Seminary, of which he was a founder. He served as a pastor in urban, suburban, and rural settings, as well as church planter and consultant, including nineteen years as executive director of National Presbyterian Missions. He was author of several books on church life and ministry.

Machen, J. Gresham

J. Gresham Machen wrote well-known books such as Christianity and Liberalism and The Virgin Birth of Christ. In addition, he wrote innumerable articles, book reviews, and addresses, and shorter writings that are also an important legacy.

Mack, Joshua

Joshua Mack (MA in biblical counseling, The Master’s College; MDiv, The Master’s Seminary; DMin, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is a pastor at Cornerstone Bible Church in Fullerton, Califnoria, after serving as a missionary in South Africa for fourteen years. He is the coauthor of Courage and God’s Solution to Life’s Problems.

Mack, Wayne A.

Wayne A. Mack is professor of biblical counseling at Strengthening Ministries Training Institute and director of Association of Certified Biblical Counselors—Africa. He has written over twenty-five books, including Preparing for Marriage God's Way.

Maoz, Baruch

Baruch Maoz served for 33 years as pastor of Grace and Truth Christian Congregation near Tel Aviv and field leader for Christian Witness to Israel. He is senior editor of the Modern Hebrew Bible, Coeditor of the Annotated Hebrew New Testament, and founder and former coeditor of Mishkan: An International Theological Forum on Jewish Evangelism.

March, Kathryn

Kathryn March is originally from Minnesota and now lives in Brentwood, Tennessee. She graduated from Wells Colleges and has a master’s degree in counseling from Minnesota State University, Mankato. Kathryn has been married to Sal for 40 years and has two married children and five granddaughters. She has a special love for women’s ministry and has spoken at both national and international conferences. Presently, she works as an educational consultant for students. She is also an avid runner and enjoys sharing a good cup of coffee with friends. Anyone interested in learning more about Kathryn can visit

Marshall, Glenna

Glenna Marshall is a pastor’s wife and mom of two boys. Through infertility, illness, and difficult ministry, she has learned that God's presence is the answer to life’s every ache. As a writer, speaker, and musician, she loves to point women to the Bible to see God's goodness in all of life.

Marston, Hope Irvin

Hope Irvin Marston is a retired junior-high school librarian and the author of more than two dozen children’s books, including the My Little Book series of animal stories and the award-winning Isaac Johnson: From Slave to Stonecutter. Picture books, photographic essays, and junior biography are her forte.

Martin, Neil

Neil Martin is a senior designer at IDEO in London.

Master, Jonathan L.

Jonathan L. Master (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is president of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Mathison, Keith A.

Keith A. Mathison (MA, Reformed Theological Seminary; PhD, Whitefield Theological Seminary) is dean of the Ligonier Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies and an associate editor of Tabletalk magazine at Ligonier Ministries. He is the author of Dispensationalism: Rightly Dividing the People of God?Postmillennialism: An Eschatology of HopeThe Shape of Sola Scriptura; and Given for You: Reclaiming Calvin’s Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper. He is editor of When Shall These Things Be: A Reformed Response to Hyper-Preterism and associate editor of The Reformation Study Bible. He lives in Lake Mary, Florida, with his wife and children.

Mattson, Ralph T.

Ralph T. Mattson was founder of the DOMA Group, a consulting firm that equips corporations to make effective use of human resources. Previously he had been the executive vice president of People Management International, Ltd.

Mays, Rod

Rod Mays is executive pastor at Mitchell Road Presbyterian Church in Greenville and serves as an adjunct professor of practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte. He was previously the national coordinator of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF).

McCartney, Dan

Dan McCartney (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament interpretation at Redeemer Seminary in Dallas. He is the author of Why Does it Have to Hurt? and is a contributor to several reference works. 

McDowell, Bruce A.

Bruce A. Mcdowell (MATS, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the missions pastor and the director of International Students Christian Fellowship at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has studied Islam at Temple University and has experience in Muslim ministry in the United States and countries around the world.

McKim, Donald K.

Donald K. McKim has served as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA), a professor of theology and academic dean at Memphis Seminary, a professor at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, and an editor for Westminster John Knox Press. He is an award-winning author and editor.

McKinley, Mike

Mike McKinley (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the pastor of Sterling Park Baptist Church in Sterling, Virginia, and adjunct professor of biblical studies at Patrick Henry College.

McLaughlin, Ra

Ra McLaughlin (MDiv, Reformed Theological Seminary) is chief financial officer and vice president of operations, finance, and delivery at Third Millennium Ministries. He serves as an adjunct professor at Seminary for the Third Millennium and has also taught at New Geneva Theological Seminary’s location in Egypt. He contributed to and edited the NLT Discover God Study Bible (Tyndale, 2007; ECPA Christian Book Award winner) and the NIV Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible (Zondervan, 2003; ECPA Gold Medallion nominee). He has written numerous courses within Third Millennium Ministries’ seminary curriculum and authored hundreds of articles on

McRae, Rhonda

Rhonda McRae has a degree in communications from the University of Mississippi and works as a creative writer and editor in one of the nation’s largest healthcare organizations.

Meade, Starr

Starr Meade served for ten years as the director of children’s ministries in a local church and has taught Bible and Latin classes in Christian Schools. She lives in Mesa, Arizona, where she is currently teaching classes to homeschoolers.

Mehl, Scott

Scott Mehl (MDiv, The Master’s Seminary; DMin, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is a pastor at Cornerstone Church of West Los Angeles, the managing director of the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship, a fellow of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, and an author. He and his wife, Lara, have four children.

Michael, Sally

Sally Michael is a cofounder of Truth78 and the author of a number of books and curricula for the spiritual development of children, including seven titles in the Making Him Known series. For sixteen years, Sally served as minister for children at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, under the leadership of John Piper and her husband, David. Sally and David live in Indianapolis. They enjoy spending time with their daughter Kristi, daughter Amy and her husband Gary, and their grandchildren.

Miller, Arthur F., Jr.

Arthur F. Miller Jr. (JD, Northwestern University) was the founder of People Management International, Ltd., which improves business and personal performance by matching work requirements and the strengths of workers.

Miller, C. John

C. John Miller taught practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, was founder and director of World Harvest Mission (now Serge), and led mission trips to Ireland, Uganda, and other countries. He was the founding pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church, outside Philadelphia, from which grew several other congregations, and the author of several books, including Powerful Evangelism for the Powerless and Come Back, Barbara. His life has been chronicled in the 2020 biography Cheer Up! The Life and Ministry of Jack Miller by Michael A. Graham.

Miller, Rachel Green

Rachel Green Miller is a researcher and popular blogger who is passionate about elevating the dignity of women, improving the cultural conversation about gender relations, and defending orthodox Christianity. A member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, she lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband, Matt, and their three sons.

Miller, Timothy E.

Timothy E. Miller (M.A., Maranatha Baptist University; M.Div., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of systematic theology and apologetics at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary. He previously taught for four years at Maranatha Baptist University and was an assistant pastor in Philadelphia.


Miller, William M.

William Miller spent forty-three years as a missionary to Iran where he translated and prepared several books and Bible commentaries in Farsi. He has also been chairman of the Committee of Fellowship for Faith for Muslims and a member of the US Council of the Bible and Medical Missionary Fellowship.

Milton, Michael A.

Michael A. Milton (PhD, University of Wales; MPA, UNC Chapel Hill) is a Presbyterian minister, educator, and a composer. The retired Chancellor/CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary and retired Army Chaplain (Colonel), Milton serves as the James Ragsdale Chair of Missions at Erskine Theological Seminary. He is president of the D. James Kennedy Institute of Reformed Leadership and Faith for Living. He is a songwriter and recording artist, and the author of numerous books. Previously he was the senior minister of the historic First Presbyterian Church of Chattanooga, Tennessee and the founding pastor of three congregations.

Monod, Adolphe

Adolphe Monod (1802–1856) was a well-known preacher in the French Reformed Church. He was a pastor of the prominent Reformed Church of Paris, and professor at the Reformed Seminary in Montauban. His sermons and essays have been widely circulated for more than 150 years.

Montgomery, Jeremiah W.

Jeremiah W. Montgomery has been an engineer, essayist, and pipemaker. He and his wife have four sons who love to read and a little girl who cannot wait to begin.

Moore, T.M.

T. M. Moore (BA, University of Missouri; MDiv, MCE, Reformed Theological Seminary) is pastor of teaching ministries at Cedar Springs Church in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is a fellow of the Wilberforce Forum and editor of its online journal, Findings. His column, Ars Poetica, appears on the Breakpoint Web page, along with his weekly devotionals. Moore is the author of several books. His essays, reviews, articles, and poetry have appeared in numerous journals and periodicals. He is a frequent speaker at churches, conferences, and seminars. He also pursued additional studies at the University of Wales.

Morgan, Christopher W.

Christopher W. Morgan (MDiv, PhD, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of theology and dean of the School of Christian Ministries at California Baptist University in Riverside, California.

Morison, Patrick H.

Patrick H. Morison is a pastor of Trinity Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Bothell, Washington, where he has served since 1976. He holds the bachelor of divinity degree from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

Morris, Henry M.

Henry M. Morris was president of the Institute for Creation Research, Santee, California. He studied at Rice University, obtained his PhD from the University of Minnesota, and served on the faculties of several major universities.

Muether, John R.

John R. Muether (MAR, Westminster Theological Seminary) is librarian and associate professor of church history at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. The coauthor of four volumes, Muether has served on the Harvard Divinity School library staff and has been librarian at Western Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary. He has served on the editorial board of Regeneration Quarterly and on the board of directors of Mars Hill Audio. He is historian of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and serves on that denomination’s Christian Education Committee.

Muller, Richard A.

Richard A. Muller (PhD, Duke University) is professor of historical theology at Calvin Theological Seminary. His other books include Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, The Unaccommodated Calvin, and The Study of Theology.

Mulvihill, Josh

Josh Mulvihill is the Executive Director of Church and Family Ministry at Renewanation. Josh has served as a pastor for nearly 20 years, is a founding member of the Legacy Coalition and, and has a PhD from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Biblical Grandparenting and Preparing Children for Marriage. He is married to Jen, and they have five children.

Murdoch, Mary Ruth

Mary Ruth Murdoch (BS, family development, University of Georgia; MAR, Westminster Theological Seminary) has years of experience in campus ministry. She and her husband have three daughters.

Murray, John

Born in Sutherland, Scotland, in 1898, John Murray distinguished himself as a theologian of the first rank during his years of service at Westminster Theological Seminary, where he taught systematic theology from 1930 until his retirement in 1966.