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After a childhood spent watching his parents’ work in ministry to the Muslim world, Quinn decided at an early age to dedicate his life to serving the church in the Middle East. While a student in Southern California he exhibited this focus through a multitude of leadership projects, internships, and mission trips to the Middle East. Upon graduating from Pepperdine University he quickly raised support and moved to Beirut to serve alongside the local Horizons International team. Today Quinn is passionate about equipping local leaders for ministry through media and business, while he is also hard at work learning Arabic.1 Articles
Louis his wife Annie Liss serve in Beirut, Lebanon at the Horizons’ Hope Of The Nations center with their two children David and Rebekah. While Louis pastored in Phoenix, they worked with incarcerated Muslim youth in Arizona as well as leading short term evangelism teams to Dearborn, MI with Horizons. After moving overseas to pursue long term mission work, Louis began to invest in the lives of the high school boys from the center. He now meets weekly with them sharing the gospel and raising up a new generation of Christian leaders. They also are in charge of discipling the international staff & interns working with Horizons in Beirut, in order to overcome cultural barriers and create long-term sustainability and unity amongst the Horizons’ team.1 Articles
Barbara Yandell is an ordained minister with the Reformed Church in America. She is on the teaching staff of Horizons International. She created and coordinates the Engage Course and is the founder of Legacy Conferences. She serves as a missions mobilizer teaching the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Course. Barbara bases in both Austin Texas and Holland MI.1 Articles
Bunyan Towery / Jeff Morton (M.Div. and D.Miss., Biola) is pastor of discipleship, Hillside Baptist Church, Dickinson, ND. He is author of " Two Messiahs," "Insider Movements: Biblically Incredible or Incredibly Brilliant?" and co-editor of "Chrislam: How Missionaries are Promoting an Islamized Gospel."1 Articles
Joshua Lingel is the executive director of i2 Ministries. He has pursued his area of passion and expertise, Muslim evangelism and Islamic Studies, at six universities in the United States and Europe over the past 19 years. He has 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. Focusing on Political Science and then Philosophy of Religion and Ethics for his graduate work - he later pursued post-graduate studies in origins and early emergence of Islam, contemporary issues in Islam, Radical Islam/terrorism, early Islamic archaeology, textual criticism of the Qur'an, Islamic law and missions with Muslims. Joshua has done extensive research on these subjects and knows many of the best scholars in theses fields of research. He has written papers on "The History of QurÃanic Textual Variants" and "Arthur JefferyÃs Project for the study of the QurÃan" (Soon coming, Brill Press, 2010). Josh has been asked to participate and/or give scholarly papers at the Corpus Coranicum - Exploring the Textual Beginnings of the Qur'an (University of Berlin); The Syriac Aramaic Qur'an (University of Notre Dame) and Inrah Institute for Research of Early Islamic History and the Koran Conference 2008. In 1999 he was the recipient of the Leighton/Sandy Ford Leadership Award in Evangelism through Billy Graham Ministries. He has been involved in leading large groups in inner city evangelism amongst the local mosques in Seattle, Los Angeles and London in addition to evangelistic outreaches into the 10-40 Window. Joshua is well known as a global missions strategist, conference speaker, trainer, and apologist; networking and giving support to numerous catalytic Christian leaders and movements throughout Asia, Africa and South America. He was also on the pastoral and teaching staff of Mill Creek Four Square Church in Seattle, WA. Joshua has trained numerous groups of students and missionaries globally in Christian Apologetics to Islam and currently teaches at Biola University/Talbot School of Theology the only undergraduate and graduate course in the world offered on Christian Apologetics to Islam. Joshua is the co-Director and mentor of the Scholars with a Dream (SWAD) program, which scholarships and trains 100 Evangelicals with PhD's in Islamic Studies in the West. Most importantly, Joshua is the Founder and Executive Director of i2 Ministries, which aims to equip the global church to effectively evangelize Muslims. i2 Ministries provides intensive Muslim Ministry video courses and training curriculum for church based training structures globally. Joshua is married to Jussara and is expecting their first child.1 Articles
Ralph (Dave) Westfall is wrapping up a second career in teaching computer information systems at a public university in Southern California. Although raised in a somewhat Christian environment, he tried atheism in his youth but that didn't work out very well for him. After struggling with alcohol and anti-social behavior for years, he was invited to a church through door-to-door evangelism. In the second week he put his faith and trust in Jesus and was baptized a week later. His conversion was literally a life-changing experience. He has been walking with the Lord ever since, although God's path has taken him through two churches that had a lot of problems. Nevertheless he learned a lot about how to follow Jesus through his experiences in those situations.1 Articles
June Engdahl is a retired legal secretary having spent most of her career working in a large San Francisco law firm. She now resides in her native Minnesota and is a member of Mission Orthodox Presbyterian Church in St. Paul. She edits the articles of Rev. Bassam Madany, a retired radio missionary to Muslims, who writes on several international websites.1 Articles