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Your Present Purpose


Danielle Coke is a designer turned illustrator, social justice advocate, and entrepreneur. She seeks to encourage faith, inspire justice, and guide you through loving your neighbor well. Her illustrations aim to make complex issues more digestible and help others find and use their passions to make a difference in their spheres of influence. With a joy that flows from her dedication to loving God and her neighbor as herself, more than anything, Danielle hopes to encourage action as you hold her art in your home and carry it in your heart.

When God Doesn’t Show Up

Emma Tautolo is a southern California native who has lived in Arizona for almost a decade now. She has spent the last 12 years on staff with Athletes In Action leading and equipping students and staff in college sports ministry and cultural competency. She has served locally as a part of her church in outward focused mission and care and is an executive leader with a movement of local churches putting Jesus on display by equipping, reconciling and activating God’s people in Arizona called the Surge Network. Emma has her master’s degree in Missional Theology and loves the ocean, Pit bulls and 90’s-00’s r&b.

To Be Seen and Noticed


Drew Hyun is the Founder and Pastor of Hope Church Midtown, as well as the Founding Pastor of Hope Church NYC, a family of diverse churches in and around NYC. Drew is also the Co-Founder of the New City Network, a network of urban churches that value multi-ethnicity, Spirit-filled ministry, emotional health, and mission. Drew is also part of the Emotionally Healthy Discipleship team, a movement that is dedicated to transforming church culture through the multiplication of deeply changed leaders and disciples. Drew loves cities, ESPN, and naps, and finds it a restful Sabbath when all three come together. He resides in New York City with his wife Christina and their son David and daughter Avery. Drew is the author of no books.

To Belong to One Another


Rich Villodas is the Brooklyn-born lead pastor of New Life Fellowship, a large multiracial church with more than seventy-five countries represented in Elmhurst, Queens. Rich holds a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. He enjoys reading widely, preaching and writing on contemplative spirituality, justice-related matters, and the art of preaching. He’s been married to Rosie since 2006 and they have two beautiful children, Karis and Nathan. His first book, The Deeply Formed Life, is now available wherever books are sold.

Being Present to the Presence of God


Drew serves as Pastor of Hope East Village, a church he planted in New York City in 2018. His debut poetry collection, God Speaks Through Wombs, was released with InterVaristy Press in September 2021. Drew is deeply committed to seeing the contemplative life, the work of prophetic justice, and peacemaking embodied in his own life, writing, and within the life of the church. He is blessed to share life with his wife Genay, and their twin daughters, Zora and Suhaila.

The Uniqueness of You


Tracey Gee is a leadership development coach and consultant who is passionate about working with mission-driven leaders, teams, and organizations. She has had over 20 years of ministry experience as a director with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship where she specialized in leadership development, spiritual formation, and designing training experiences and resources. Since moving to focusing on coaching and consulting full-time, she loves to help leaders hear from God for their own gifting, growth, and development often utilizing the frameworks that she’s certified in — Gallup StrengthsFinder, the Enneagram, and Cultural Intelligence (a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion tool), and Working Genius. She earned her Masters in Leadership from Fuller Seminary. She is a published author of a book by and for Asian American women called, More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Woman on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership and Faith. Tracey lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two boys. She loves hiking with her dog, baseball, and black coffee.

Being Who Creator Made Us To Be


Terry M. Wildman (Ojibwe and Yaqui) is the lead translator, general editor, and project manager of the First Nations Version. He serves as the director of spiritual growth and leadership development for Native InterVarsity. He is also the founder of Rain Ministries and has previously served as a pastor and worship leader. He and his wife, Darlene, live in Arizona.

To Whom Do I Belong

Milton Massie and his wife Cynthia have been ministering on the Southside of Chicago since 1980. Milton currently serves on the executive team of Cru Inner City and also as a shepherding, governing and teaching elder of a church he helped to plant in 1999. Milton is a bridge and prophetic voice to help the church live out God’s heart for the poor, to build up believers into mature faith through discipleship in the church, and to challenge the body of Christ to intentionally address the realities of systemic injustice using the Bible and the life of Jesus as the source of authority. Milton and Cynthia have been married for 34 years and been co-laborers in God’s work since 1986. They have two adult children, Zach and Sarah.

The Pursuit of Your Dreams


Tiffany Bluhm, author of Never Alone and She Dreams, is a writer, speaker, podcast co-host of Why Tho, a show answering the existential and nonsensical questions we ask ourselves, and Gatherer-in-chief of Sip and Savor, a women’s movement in the Seattle area centered around fine food, fine wine, and community. As a minority, immigrant woman with a interracial family, she is passionate about inviting all to the table of faith, equality, justice, and dignity. Her work has been featured by World Vision Magazine, Pentecostal Evangel, Youversion Bible App, Scary Mommy, TODAY Parents, Thrive Global, the Hallmark Channel, and the Jenny McCarthy Show. Tiffany and her husband, Derek, live in the Seattle area with their two sons, Jericho and Kingston.