Tim Challies

Tim Challies is a Christian, a husband to Aileen and a father to three children aged 7 to 13. He worships and serves as a pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario, where he primarily gives attention to mentoring and discipleship. He is a book reviewer for WORLD magazine, co-founder of Cruciform Press, and has written a number of books including The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment and The Next Story. He writes daily at www.challies.com.

Godard, Rob (Medium)

Pastor Rob Godard has a passion to see the people of God live for the glory of God.  He has served at Cloverdale Baptist Church for the past 11 years with his wife Lori and four boys.  He has the privilege of teaching and preaching in many different camp situations, and teaching trips around the world.  His education includes a doctorate from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and he loves to preach the Word of God in a way that people can understand and apply it to their lives.  He has a passion to see men walk in victory and active pursuit of God, as they reflect Him in a lost and hurting world.

Rev. Fletcher Matandika 1

Rev. Fletcher Matandika is a disciple of Christ, a husband to Angella, and a father to two young children ages 4 and 5. He serves the LORD as the founder and president of Joy to the World Ministries, a ministry committed to the spreading of the gospel among the nations. He also serves as a pastor and teacher of God’s Word at Joy Christian Fellowship, which meets each Sunday (5:30 PM – 7:00 PM), at 14853 60 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia, V3S 1R8, Canada.


Dr. Doug Nichols, Global Missions Advocate/Mobilizer serves internationally, and focuses on the Philippines, with Commission To Every Nation (CTEN). Doug first served in India 1966-68, in ministry with the poor in Seattle 1969-70, in the Philippines 1970-90, and then internationally (Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America) to the present. Doug and Margaret’s (wife of 48 years) major emphasis of ministry has been sharing the Gospel and compassionate care among the extreme poor, and pastoral and “servant” leadership development.