Bill is passionate about family, social justice, extreme poverty, and racial reconciliation. He is the founder and Executive Director of Lemonade International in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is pursuing his Master’s degree in Social and Civic Entrepreneurship at Bakke Graduate University.
Chris is the owner of Resurgam Coffee, a freelance professor, and writer. Chris has a D.Min. from George Fox University in Leadership with Global Perspectives and an M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with his wife, Nicki, and three kids, where they lead a network of house churches they planted in 2001 called Ordinary Community Church.
Drew is Dean of Experiential Learning and Associate Professor of Higher Education at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. He has a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Indiana State University, a Master of Arts in Christian Studies from Denver Seminary, and a Bachelor’s degree in Christian Education from Taylor University. He and his wife Bekah have five children, one of whom is adopted from Guatemala.
Ralph is a Managing Director of a major financial institution. He lives in Stamford, Connecticut with his wife and two young children. He is very passionate about compassion outreach, and says that it is in hard places where he feels closest to God.
Ray is passionate about serving the poor and oppressed in Guatemala and travels there regularly. A former business owner, he is a member of La Viña Cincinnati, and has served as Pastor of Compassion Ministries at a local church.
Rebecca has a degree in Special Education from Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She and her husband R.J. are passionate about advocating for children globally. They are adoptive parents of four children—two from Guatemala and two from Ghana.
Todd is a web developer, writer, former church planter/pastor. He lives in Portland, Oregon along with his wife, three biological children, and an adopted son from Guatemala. He is passionate about serving the people of his son’s birth country.