Anna Popescu lives in northern Arizona with her husband Rick, where they are members of Full Throttle Biker Church and Celtic Cross Motorcycle Ministry. She is a contributing author to several anthologies and devotional publications, and is a columnist for TRC and blogger for CMI. Anna’s devotional blog, “This Thing Called Life,” is at www.annapopescu.com. If you wish to thank her for her writing work, you can send an e-gift certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can send a monetary donation to her at paypal.me/AnnaPopescu. She writes for various sections.
Karmann Powell can be found at www.karmannpowell.com.
Singer/songwriter Karmann Powell is a “genetic” musician from a musical family. She is the lead singer of the award-winning Karmann and Kompany band; worship leader/music director for North Valley Christian Church in Phoenix, Arizona; and Music Editor for The Relevant Christian magazine. She is a wife, a mother, and a former real estate agent. In her spare time, she is a substitute teacher. Writes for Music Section.
Renee Roeder is a Graphic Artist by trade and has worked in the printing industry for many years. She has had an opportunity to design CD covers that are used for ministry work all across the states and in other countries. She attends Full Throttle Biker Church and does mission-oriented work at Biker, Veteran, and Celtic events. Writes for Art/Devotions.
Jonathan Garner’s writings have been published in a dozen magazines, including Havok and the Bible Advocate, and in the anthology Strange Summer Fun. In addition to reading and writing in a variety of genres, he enjoys listening to innovative music and exploring the many wonders of nature. He writes for the Church section.
Eric Kimori is the founder and Executive Director of Complitkenya, a Kenyan based social enterprise whose mission is to expand access to information and promote education for sustainable development in Kenya. He is a Mass Communication professional with expertise in Broadcast Journalism, Public Relations, development communication, news gathering and reporting, feature writing, editing, photography, fiction and non-fiction writing. He has an interest in Citizen Journalism, community journalism and digital journalism. He envisions to build community digital libraries and open learning centres in rural Kenya to provide equitable access to knowledge and information to rural communities.
Mr. Kimori has amassed vast experience in Nonprofit Management. For 10 years, he was the CEO of Rianya Maisha Community Network, a Kenyan nonprofit implementing community health and development programmes in rural Kenya. In those 10 years, he propelled the hitherto village youth group to a stable nonprofit operating in multimillion shilling projects. His experience ranges from community development to social work; from project management to program development; from continuous quality improvement to results based monitoring and evaluation; from project report writing to proposal development.
Mr. Kimori was in July 2015 competitively and successfully selected to join the inaugural cohort of the YALI East Africa Regional Leadership centre at Kenyatta University in Nairobi; a twelve weeks leadership training and mentorship programme, which he completed successfully. He describes himself as ‘the dreaming poet’. He is a budding writer, who has published poems in two different African Anthologies.
He is a committed Christian, a church leader, a husband and father of four children, who include twins.
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Ron is an adventurer who wants to share his love of the outdoors with the rest of the world.
Katie Cart has lived in the southern state of Georgia her whole life and graduated from high school in May of 2015 as valedictorian of her class. She faithfully attends Second Baptist Church, serving in the children’s ministry, sports ministry, and her College and Career life group. Katie has been a born again believer for 7 years now and is a dog sitter, babysitter, life guard in the summer, and princess on the weekends. She created her own children’s party entertainment service last year, dressing as princesses and providing games and entertainment for the guests. Last year, she made an appearance at 52 parties and several charity events, acquired 5 employees, and she now enjoys seeing returning customers this year. It was through her princess endeavor that Katie discovered her love of marketing and advertisement. She is attending a university this year, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in marketing with a minor in creative writing. Katie has recently created a blog about her favorite things including: fitness, travels, and every-day adventures. Her dream job would allow her to create an income remotely by blogging, writing, or marketing so that she can travel and eventually raise a family while still maintaining her career.
Pastor Bryan Jaglal is an ordained minister of the Gospel with the National Association of Christian Ministers, currently serving in a pastoral position with the Father’s House ministry in Waterbury, CT. Pastor Bryan serves as the President of the Christian Chaplain Alliance, bringing the Gospel into the community through servantship and spiritual counseling. Empowered with the grace of God, Bryan oversees Church in Action Ministries, an evangelical television ministry that brings the gospel to the home of many throughout the state. Bryan has enlisted as a Columnist Writer with TRC Magazine to use his acquired talents to share the gospel and build his career as a writer. It’s Bryan’s prayer that the Holy Spirit can minister through his writing to reach lost souls and bring healing to the broken hearted. If you would like to partner with Rev. Bryan in this mission of sharing the gospel and making disciples, you can contribute to help further the ministry at: http://www.churchinaction.faith/
Ross Harris (Intern at TRC Magazine)
“I’m the son of a military man, so I spent my early childhood moving around the U.S. and the globe. My family is from Texas and that’s where we eventually landed. I grew up mainly in a suburb of Austin, graduated from high school in Austin, and graduated recently from the University of Texas at Austin. I married my wife in summer 2015, and we moved to a suburb of Denver, Colorado, where she is a nurse and I am an educator. We attend Waterstone Community Church.”
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Dr. Monirul Nanok
“I was born in the Muslim family and saved by the grace of God in 1990 through Assemblies of God Church. It takes 6 years to know truth from 1984 to 1990. I have served with few Christian evangelical missions last 20 Years. I have served with Bangladesh Assemblies of God as an Evangelist. Bangladesh. Served as a Principal in the Presbyterian Bible college 5 years. Bangladesh. As a director for the word of life correspondence ministry in Bangladesh 4 years. Bangladesh. Missionary in East Africa 3 years. Missionary volunteer with YWAM in Hawaii, USA. Director for the freedom covenant Ministries 2 years. Bangladesh. Missionary and teacher in France with New Jerusalem Church 2 Years. Right now I am serving with the Life Chapel for Bangladesh. I have done bachelor of theology from Reformed Presbyterian Seminary.. Discipleship training course BY YOUTH WITH A MISSION (YWAM ) in Pune ,India. Evangelism Explosion (EE). International leadership training by (ILI ). Haggai leadership training by Haggai Institute in Singapore. Received honorable Doctorate of Divinity by Early Church house Ministries, USA. Done Ph.D on theology from USA.”
David Love is a doctoral student in Strategic Leadership at Regent University in Virginia and a National Mobilization Director for a global ministry. He desires to make leadership theory understandable and applicable for the public and emerging leaders. He and his wife, Catherine, have been joyfully married for 29 years and have two married daughters. David and Catherine currently live in Roxborough, Colorado where they enjoy the (mostly) beautiful weather and where David has ample opportunity to mountain bike. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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