Dr. Neil Shenvi

Neil Shenvi is a theoretical chemist, apologist, and devoted homeschooling dad who has written extensively on the issue of Critical Theory, critiquing it from a Biblical perspective. He is gracious in tone and extremely clear concerning the dangers of this new religion. He attends the Summit Church in Durham, NC.

Ismael Hernadez

Ismeal is president and founder of the Freedom and Virtue Institute. Born and raised in a communist home in Puerto Rico, Ismael has first-hand understanding of the Marxist ideology which informs the current social justice movement. He is the author of “Not Tragically Colored: Freedom, Personhood, and Renewal of Black America.”

Bernadette Smith

Bernadette is an alumnus of Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan and Rhema Bible College in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. She has been married to her husband, Pastor Philip Smith, for 30 years. They have raised 8 children, 7 on earth and 1 in heaven, with biblical values. The Smith’s have resided in the Grand Rapids area for the last 23 years. Her passion is that everyone comes to know, intimately, the heartbeat of our Heavenly Father, which helps us experience true peace and fulfill our purpose on earth.

Rev. Mark Robinson

Mark Robinson is a graduate of Westminster Seminary (Philadelphia) and an ordained minister in the PCA. He is a church-consultant and teaches part time at Geneva College and Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA.

Dr. Eric Watkins

Eric Watkins is the pastor of Harvest Orthodox Presbyterian Church in San Marcos, CA, and was recently appointed the part-time Director for the Center for Missions and Evangelism at Mid-America Reformed Seminary.  He has been a minister in the OPC since 2001 and has planted two churches.  His degrees include an A.A., B.S., M.Div. and ThM.  In 2016 he completed his PhD from the Theological University in Kampen, the Netherlands.  He is happily married to Heather; the two of them have four beautiful, adopted children.  Eric’s pastimes include surfing, beach volleyball and playing guitar

Rev. Martin Novak

Martin Novak has served as a pastor for 34 years. He planted and is currently the pastor of New Life Fellowship in Holland, Michigan. A graduate of Hope College and Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia), Martin grew up in inner-city Chicago. He and his wife Bonita have lived in Denver, Philadelphia, and Orlando. They have 4 grown children.