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Staff

Jessie Zebroski

Jessie Zebroski has a B.S. in Human Resources and Small Business Management. After graduating she went on to earn her SPHR designation and work professionally as a HR Director for 8 years. After 13 years in the Midwest, she was excited when a job opportunity allowed her and her family to move back to her

Steve Hunter

After a long and successful career with Nordstrom, Steve retired early in 2015, so he could follow the Lord’s calling to serve in his home church as an associate pastor and be the dean for a start-up Bible Institute. A theme in his journey from lay church leadership to his most recent roles that continues

Julie Bailon

Julie Bailon, her husband Bryan, and 3 children moved near the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs from Olympia, WA, in the summer of 2019. Julie spent 13 years in Washington serving in camping ministry with her family at Black Lake Bible Camp, as well as leading women in Bible studies, and investing a couple

Brooke Colon

Brooke Colon has a B.A. in English from Cedarville University in Ohio. Upon her graduation in 2004, she went on to serve at her alma mater as the chapel coordinator and later as the executive assistant to the Vice President for Student Life and Christian Ministries. While at Cedarville, she also worked with over 40

Bill Brown

For over twenty years Dr. William E. (Bill) Brown led two Christian universities as President. He is the Senior Fellow of Worldview and Culture at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He also serves as Dean of the Colson Fellows Program, an international Fellowship program equipping professionals to engage their culture for Christ. A nationally

S. Michael Craven

Michael is an accomplished executive, worldview expert, cultural apologist, and author. Ever since leaving his career as a corporate CEO in 2001, Michael has been working to equip the Church in America with a robust Christian life and worldview. In 2007, Michael founded the Center for Christ & Culture where his popular weekly commentaries grew