Daniel Spanjer graduated from Nyack College with a BA in History, and Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando) where he earned his MA in Theology. He is currently ABD at the University at Albany (SUNY) working on a Ph.D. in Cultural History (emphasis on intellectual history in the Early Republic). He has taught at Nyack College, University at Albany, and is currently Associate Professor at Lancaster Bible College where he also serves as director of the Alcuin Society. Dan is presently writing several essays for the new Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States, editing a collection of essays on sexuality and religion in America, and is developing a book for Square Halo Books entitled, “How Did We Get Here? Seven Moments that Define the American Church Today.” Dan is married to Tara and together they have three daughters.
Dr. John L. Vance
Dr. Vance received his Th.M from Princeton Seminary and his Ph.D from Drew university doing his dissertation on the ecclesiology of James Henley Thornwell. He has been a professor of Philosophy and Religion at SUNY New Paltz and Mount Saint Mary College as well as a lecturer at The Kings college. Most recently John served as senior pastor of Westminster Presbyterian church (PCA) and is now writing and lecturing. John is married to Marlene and together they have two daughters.
Stephen Spanjer is a church planting pastor in Southwest Germany. He graduated from RTS Orlando in 2004 and interned at Eastwood PCA in Montgomery, AL for two years. In 2006 Stephen was ordained as a Pastor-Evangelist in the Southeast Alabama Presbytery and sent off to Germany where he planted the Neuenburg International Church in 2008. Stephen was married to his wife Laura in 2011 and they have two daughters, Elsie and Addeline.
Steve Froehlich is pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church in Ithaca, NY. He has also served as board president for Chesterton House Center for Christian Studies at Cornell University and as executive vice president for Reformed Theological Seminary. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America, Froehlich completed undergraduate studies in theatre, and graduate studies in theology and pastoral ministry. His Doctor of Ministry thesis explored the relationship between community formation and calling. His interests include the intersection of Christianity and the arts, especially literature and film. Steve and his wife, Sheryl, have 3 sons and 4 grandchildren.
Noah earned a Bachelor's degree in History and another in Christian Ministry at Geneva College and his Masters of Divinity at RPTS. An ordained pastor in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, he is currently the church planting pastor of Enid Reformed Church (Enid, OK). Noah is married to Lydia and they have six children.
Tim Chiarot is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America; currently serving the congregation of Unionville Presbyterian Church, Unionville New York. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Religion from Liberty University, an MDiv from Alliance Theological Seminary, and has completed his class work for a ThM from Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. Prior to serving at Unionville, Tim also completed five units of Clinical Pastoral Education, working as a hospital chaplain at Westchester Medical Center. Tim and his wife Julie have been married for ten years and have two children.
Eric Lloyd graduated from Nyack College in 2010 with a B.S. in Communicates. A few years later he began pursuing an MDiv with Liberty University's School of Divinity and is scheduled to graduate this spring (2016). Eric’s areas of interests include Biblical Theology, Systematic Theology, and Apologetics. Eric currently resides in Sullivan County, New York with his wife, his son and his daughter.