Stephanie Clark is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute of Chicago holding her Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Languages. She came on staff as a full-time Associate Pastor at Calvary Christian Church in Lynnfield, MA in August 2011 and is a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God. She enjoys many things in life. Books filled with fantastical story, anything written by C.S. Lewis, anything sung by Nina Simone or U2, and a hot beverage – preferably a dark French Roast coffee or a piping hot cup of white tea – and you have her attention! She lives in the North Shore of Massachusetts with Dave, her amazing husband of 8 years.
Kimberly Clervois is a Red Sox loving 24 year old native New Englander. She is an enthusiastic Youth Minister with a passion for this generation of teenagers. It’s been her joy to work with the students (ages 12 – 18) and families of the North Shore and Greater Boston area for the past 6 years. Together with her husband Pastor Clark R Clervois they lead The Counter Influence Youth Department of Calvary Christian Church in Lynnfield, Mass. Kim and her husband enjoy Netflix, American History, nature walks, and somehow seem to keep falling in love every day even though Clark is a Yankees fan!
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Michelle LaRowe is the author of Nanny to the Rescue!, Nanny to the Rescue Again!, Working Mom’s 411, and A Mom’s Ultimate Book of Lists. Michelle also serves as editor in chief of www.eNannySource.com and the Longhorn Leads portfolio of nanny related websites. Michelle is a national speaker, bringing a message of hope and empowerment to moms groups across the nation. She and her husband Jeff, reside on Cape Cod with their daughter, Abigail, and their son, Luke.
Dan Morrison is an Alabamian who has found himself living north of the border in Canada. After working with Chi Alpha Campus Ministries at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette for two years, he decided to continue his education by pursuing his Master of Divinity degree at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. During this time, he worked for the Alliance for AG Higher Education in Springfield, MO. His time working for the Alliance deepened his love for theological higher education and has led him to enroll in the Doctor of Philosophy program at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, ON. When Dan is not reading or doing research, you can usually find him working out at the gym.
Ashli O’Connell is the Web Content Developer for Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Evangel in 1995 and is currently a graduate student at Regent University, pursuing a master’s degree in strategic communication. Her career has included writing and editorial positions for the Springfield News-Leader, the Pentecostal Evangel Magazine and Chi Alpha Campus Ministries. As much as she enjoys her professional pursuits, Ashli’s most cherished roles are wife and mother. She and her husband, Brian, have been married for 16 years and have three children: Abigail, Allison and Benjamin.
Wendy Picariello has worked in the bio-tech/pharmaceutical industry for over 15 years and is currently employed at Charles River Laboratories. Working in analytical chemistry departments, she has gained both lab and life skills through her profession. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology and a minor in chemistry from Evangel University in Springfield, MO. Wendy is married to Rick Picariello, the senior pastor at Mount Hope Church in Burlington, MA. She has two kids who always keep her laughing. She loves to curl up in front of her fireplace with a good book, a cup of hot chai, and a blanket.
JulieAnn Pratt has been in the ministry for 19 years serving first as a Music Pastor and in Family Ministry. Together with her husband, she has also served as Youth Pastor, Associate Pastor, and Lead Pastor. She was the Director of Traveling Ministries at Zion Bible College (Haverhill, MA), teaching students in the area of Practical Ministry. She is now the Family Life Pastor at Radiant Life Church in Dublin, Ohio. She has authored articles on ministry life and parenting; and has appeared on radio, speaking on raising children intentionally. She continues to be involved in training next generation ministers through teaching, training, and mentoring. JulieAnn, her husband Shelby, and their 3 children reside in Columbus, OH. You can follow JulieAnn at her personal blog Ministry Momma (www.ministrymomma.com).
Stacey Thureen currently works on a variety of communications and media projects for small businesses, non-profits, print media, and production. Whether it is writing, producing, or speaking Stacey enjoys working on projects that teach, inspire, and give perspective and a sense of purpose to others.
In 2011, Stacey did just that when she was given the opportunity to share her thyroid journey publicly. At the time of her diagnosis, she was freelance producing for a quarterly health and lifestyle television show in Boston. Stacey continues to be an active voice in raising thyroid awareness. To learn more about her click here.