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Daniel White

Daniel White is the Pastor and Head of Staff at Whitworth Church in Spokane, Washington.  In almost 30 years of ministry Daniel has served churches in California, New Jersey and Illinois.  Along the way he has been a vocalist, worship leader, educator, football coach, speaker and author.

He attended Vanguard University (BA Biblical Studies) and Princeton Theological Seminary (MDiv), where he was the recipient of the David Hugh Jones Prize for Contributions in Music as well as the John Alan Swink Prize for Excellence in Preaching.  In the Spring of 2020 he will receive his Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary.

In college Daniel fell in love with his wife, Lisha. She holds a Master’s Degree in US History and works at Whitworth University.  Together they are the parents of Sophia, Chloe, Daphne and Luke.

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Ethan Renoe

Ethan Renoe travels, speaks, writes and eats. He has lived on 6 continents, gone to 10 schools, done 4 one-armed pull ups and might have leprosy. He has not fallen in love but he did fall out of a tree in front of a cute girl one time. He has written five books including The New Lonely and Time Kills All Things. Learn more about him at ethanrenoe.com!

Glendie Loranger

Glendie grew up in Montana, skiing the slopes and enjoying the Big Sky Country. In the early 90s she attended EWU where she received her BS in Sports-medicine. More important than the degree, she also met the love of her life, John. John and Glendie married shortly after graduation from EWU and two years later Glendie surrendered her life to Jesus Christ. Since that time, Glendie has sought to live out the calling God has on her life to “Give thanks to the Lord, call upon His name, make known among the nations what He has done and proclaim that His name is exalted.” Isaiah 12:4.

Currently Glendie serves as Executive Director of Life Services and My Choice Clinics. She is also a Pastor at North Church. John and Glendie have two sons, Reed and Adam

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Rory Lewellyn

Rory is just a guy that has been privileged to be called by God to love people and represent Him well. His ministry life has been spent in youth and lead pastoring. He’s lived in Ephrata, WA for 26 years. He’s been married to Debbie for 42 years. They have six children and ten grandchildren.

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Josh Bingle

With a passion for teaching others to learn to live out the fullness of God’s call in their world, Pastor Josh founded and leads Genesis Church in Spokane, Washington. While  co-leading with his wife Carly, he enjoys golfing, reading, cheering on the Seahawks, and being Dad to Solomon and Ruth.

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Kelsey Weller

Kelsey Weller is the Student Ministries Pastor at Summit Church. She has a bachelors of Biblical Studies from Moody Bible Institute, and will be graduating with her masters in Theology and Leadership from Gonzaga University this spring. Kelsey loves spending time with her husband, her dog, and telling young people about her Jesus. She lives in Spokane, Washington.

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Laurel Bahr

Author of a newly released book: Love Gone Wrong and Area Director for SAVAnon (Sexual Abuse Victims Anonymous) Laurel Bahr is dedicated to increasing the awareness of the emotional harm done by sexual abuse or assault, and providing a pathway to healing for those that are affected. With a personal history of sexual abuse and professional background as a Registered Nurse and Licensed Foursquare Pastor, she is uniquely qualified to educate parents and victims about the long term effects of trauma while compassionately inspiring hope, courage, and practical next steps.

Thomas Anderson Jr.

Thomas, joined by his wife Ruth and two children, Carmen and Thomas III, serves at Shiloh Hills Fellowship as the Lead Pastor. He serves as Adjunct Faculty for The Moody Bible Institute and Whitworth University. He holds a Bachelor of Religious Education in Pastoral Studies from Davis College and a Master of Divinity from Baptist Bible Seminary at Clarks Summit University. He is currently a Ph.D. student at Clarks Summit University studying the New Testament. Thomas has over 10 years of service in pastoral ministry. 

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