Biblical Missiology has unofficial members representing dozens of organizations. Each member is able to contribute and partake in discussions concerning the application of biblical missiology.
Biblical Missiology has a leadership team that leads the general direction of the organization and helps with the public workings of the organization.
The following is a non-exhaustive list of the leadership team.
Rev. Georges Houssney – President, Horizons International, Well-known for his work supervising the translation and publication of the Bible into clear modern Arabic, and heading other translations.
Mark Stephan – Founder, BiblicalMissiology.org, served 6+ years in Central Asia
Pierre Houssney – Director of MENA, Horizons International
Rev. Scott Seaton – Pastor, Emmanuel Presbyterian Church (PCA), former missions pastor and director of the PCA’s international ministry to Muslims.
Rev. Adam Simnowitz – B.A. in Biblical Studies, Central Bible College, Springfield, MO, Ordained minister with the Assemblies of God
Rev. Bill Nikides – Presbyterian Church of America
Elijah Abraham - Executive Director of Living Oasis Ministries, Christian from a Muslim Background, born to an Iraqi Shi’ite Muslim family, Graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Rev. Roger Dixon- Ph.D, Intercultural Studies- Biola University; Th.M- Fuller School of World Missions; M.Div- The Theological School, Drew University; BA- Randolph-Macon College, 34 years of resident missionary work in Muslim communities in S.E. Asia; 12 years of non-resident missionary work; Church Planting coach; Associated with Pioneers, Ordained in the United Methodist Church
Al Fadi – Former Wahabbi Muslim from Saudi Arabia, Co-Author of “Quran Dilemma“, Researcher, editor, writer and translator of numerous ministries including “Answering Islam” and runs an outreach ministry designed of non-Muslim and Christians.
Rev. Joshua Lingel – Executive director of i2 Ministries. expertise in Muslim evangelism and Islamic Studies, earned degrees and pursued post-graduate studies at the University of Washington, Harvard University, (SOAS) University of London, Knox Seminary and Biola University/Talbot School of Theology.