R. Albert Mohler Jr. is the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an esteemed authority on contemporary issues and has been recognized by such influential publications as Time and Christianity Today as a leader among American evangelicals.
Dan Dumas is the CEO of Red Buffalo. Dan is currently serving as interm pastor at Crossing Church in Bardstown, Kentucky. He is passionate about all things adoption, expository preaching, biblical manhood and being an idea-generating, transformational and organizational leader. He is the author of Live Smart, the co-author of A Guide to Biblical Manhood and the editor of A Guide to Expository Ministry. He currently serves as a special advisor to the president of Southern Seminary. Prior to his time in ministry, Dan served in the United States Navy as a search and rescue swimmer.
Eric Bancroft is planting Grace Church in Miami, Florida. After being on staff in Los Angeles for 10 years with John MacArthur and Indianapolis for 10 years as the Senior Pastor of Castleview Church, Eric and his family moved back to Miami in 2018 to start a new church. Their desire is to reach the people of this global city with the life-saving hope of the gospel. Eric’s additional passions include dating his wife of 22 years, raising his teenage sons (17, 15, 15), and helping serve other pastors. His hobbies include CrossFit and anything outdoors.
Week 1 | @KurtGebhards
Kurt Gebhards serves with Harvest Bible Chapel in Elgin, Illinois. His pastorates have included serving as an associate pastor at Grace Community Church in Los Angeles, California, as well as the senior pastor of Hickory Harvest in Hickory, North Carolina. His ministry is characterized as a passionate pursuit of seeing others know Christ and live for Christ. His greatest desire is to preach the gospel to the unsaved and to equip, encourage, and inspire the saints to magnify the Lord in all facets of life.
Week 2 | @GregGilbert
Greg grew up in a wonderful Christian family, with two parents who love the Lord very much. At nine years old, he professed faith in Christ as his Dad shared the gospel yet again and he was baptized shortly thereafter. For the next few years, he grew as a Christian, still attending church, and then went to Yale University for undergrad studies. It was during those years that the Lord began to call him to Christian ministry. After Yale, Greg spent some time serving in a few different churches, went to seminary, got married to Moriah, and had three kids: Justin, Jack, and Juliet. Greg was called to serve Third Avenue Baptist as the senior pastor in 2010.