Zac neubauer

The Rev. Zachary Neubauer is the Associate Rector at Christ Church in Macon, GA where he has ministered since 2017. Zac earned his B.A. (2007) from Moody Bible Institute. He received his M.Div. (2017) from Trinity School for Ministry. Zac is married to his lovely wife Erica. The two of them are proud parents of four boys, Clive, Rory, Boone, and Kent. Zac enjoys spending time with his family, watching baseball, reading, and riding his bike.



The Rev. Jacob W. Dell is Vicar and Priest-in-Charge at St. Peter's Church, Lithgow, New York. Jake obtained his undergraduate degree in History from Yale University, and attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. He has held positions at the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (2011-2015), the Chaplain Corps, United States Navy Reserve (2013-2015), and at Holy Trinity Church Inwood, in Manhattan, as Vicar and Priest-in-Charge (2015-2020).



Rev. Adam Young has served as an ordained PCA pastor for 7 years and as an ordained Episcopal presbyter since 2016. He is currently developing and leading Chapel of the Incarnation, a parish ministry to the University of Florida community in Gainesville, FL. He is happily married to a wonderful licensed counselor, Beth, and has three incredible children – Isaac, Aiden, and Rosie. Together they wrangle an energetic golden-doodle puppy appropriately named Georgia.



Rev. Dustin serves as a priest at All Saints' Anglican Church in Downtown Dallas and is a fellow at the Center for the Study of Statesmanship at Catholic University of America. He sits on boards for several organizations, including EFAC-USA, the Theopolis Institute, and the Center for Christian Civics in Washington, D.C. Dustin is completing a dissertation which compares and contrasts "Subsidiarity" in Catholic Social Teaching with "Sphere Sovereignty" in Neo-Calvinism. Before starting his doctorate at La Salle University, Dustin graduated from Boyce College, Covenant Theological Seminary, and the World Journalism Institute. Having completed a fellowship at National Review, Dustin's writings have appeared in Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, and the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

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The Rev’d Ben Randall - minister at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, McMinnville, TN - was born in the medieval university-town of Cambridge to Australian-Swiss immigrants. His childhood and early adolescence were almost nomadic: his father served in the British military as a chaplain; and following a brief stint as missionaries in the Caribbean, he eventually found some stability at a traditional boys’ “boarding” school in the (northern) city of Durham. Although briefly an officer cadet for the Queen’s Royal Lancers at the Military Academy, Sandhurst; he has received a “handful” of (university) degrees in various subjects including Theology for Ministry (Ridley Hall); and, having earned this, was ordained to the priesthood in the Church of England in 2015. He’s married to Rebekah, an American; and they’ve a daughter, Poppy. He’s passionate about Jesus, and history (particularly that pertaining to crusading and of Islam); and enjoys gardening, podcasts and table-top wargaming.



The Rev. Eric W. Hornbuckle is Rector at Church of the Word Anglican Church, Gainesville, VA (2018-present). Eric obtained his undergraduate degree in Classics from the University of Virginia, and attended seminary at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO. Eric is pursuing a Masters of Sacred Theology at Trinity Anglican School for Ministry. He has served as Assistant Priest at Truro Anglican Church, Fairfax, VA (2007-2016), and as Associate Vicar at St. Stephen’s Church, Tonbridge, Kent, Church of England (2016-2017).



Rev. Richard Crocker trained for the ministry at Wycliffe Hall Oxford. After ordained service as an inner city curate and school chaplain in Birmingham, he was called to the US, and served as Rector in Iowa, as Associate Rector for Discipleship at Truro Church in Fairfax, VA, and as Rector of St James Anglican Church in Newport Beach, CA. He spent two years as General Secretary of EFAC-Global, and assisted with its relaunch. He is now teaching at a Christian School in Fairfax, VA, having been awarded the Doctor of Ministry degree from Trinity School for Ministry. His interests include Biblical preaching, effective discipleship, church planting, and liturgy with an evangelical perspective. He is married to scientist and author Dr. Caroline Crocker, and they have four children and six grandchildren.

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