Authors

Scott Lencke: Raised in the Memphis, TN, area of the U.S, Scott came to Christ through a powerful new birth conversion in January of 1997 while in his last year of high school.

He holds a BA in Communications from the University of Memphis and an MA in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary, while also having the opportunity to study for two years at Visible Music College. From the summer of 2008 until spring of 2013, I served as shepherd of Cornerstone International Church in the greater Brussels area of Belgium. We’ve just begun sharing the news that we will soon be returning to Memphis, USA. I’ll once again be working on staff at Visible Music College and will also pick up studies towards a doctorate in theology.

My wife, Catherine (Cat), is a beautiful English rose with a smile that lights up my heart. We met in the UK during my 3-year stint there and were married in December 2006. We have 2 young sons, Caleb & Joshua.

You can also check out articles on various other theological matters at his personal blog, The Prodigal Thought and my podcast at Prodigal Thought Podcast.

Marvin Cotten: Grew up in Dallas, TX, and trusted in Christ as a child.  He has a B.A. in Greek from Baylor University and a Th.M. in New Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary.  He served for ten years with Wycliffe Bible Translators and the Summer Institute of Linguistics, during which time he also completed an M.A. in Linguistics at the University of Texas at Arlington.

He has served and taught in the U.S. and in France.  He met his wife Françoise in Grenoble, France, and they were married in 1987.  They have four children.

They are now once again living in Dallas, where Marv works as a physician assistant, along with writing and blogging.

You can also check out articles on various other theological matters at his personal blog, Asphaleia.

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