This listing is in alphabetical order. More speakers will be added as information is available. Please come back!
Jake Abraham, Cru city ministry, Conference Moderator, USA
A self-proclaimed cultural mutt, Jake was born in India, raised in the Philippines, and has served with Cru in India, Australia, and the United States. He is currently one of the executive directors of the City ministry of Cru. Jake has a passion to see God and the gospel bring people together. Jake, his wife Julie, and their four children are in the process of moving to Washington D.C. to join what the Lord is already doing to reach the city there.
Delanyo Adadevoh, Ph.d., global vice president of campus crusade for christ international; founder and president of international leadership foundation, Ghana
Dr. Adadevoh is speaking on the last day of the conference on the topic “What are your next steps?” His years of experience in training leadership gives him invaluable insight on how to plan and implement movements of spiritual multiplication.
Dela joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, International, in 1980. He served in the campus ministry in Ghana, as National Director of Ghana, and as the West Africa Regional Director before becoming the Director of Affairs for Eastern Africa and later for Southern and Eastern Africa. In 1999 Dela was appointed Vice President for Africa, the Middle East and the Central Asian Republics. He currently serves as Vice President of Global Leadership and LeaderImpact.
Prof. Adadevoh founded the International Leadership Foundation (ILF) with the objective of developing leaders of integrity who are able to lead holistic transformation in society. He also serves as Chairman of the African Forum on Religion and Government (AFReG). Dela helped establish ILU-Zimbabwe (originally the Africa Leadership and Management Academy), which offers graduate degrees in Leadership and Management and is part of the Africa-wide International Leadership University (ILU). He has written numerous books.
Henri Aoun, LIfe Agape International, Lebanon and France
Henri has directed the work of LifeAgape International among Muslims since 1989. Lebanese by birth, Henri has lived and served in Jordan and Syria (1977–1981) and Tunisia and Morocco (1981–1986). He moved to France in 1986 to work with international students. He completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in technology of management at the American University in Washington, DC, where he met his wife.
While serving as director of LifeAgape, Henri has developed and directed the Communication Center strategies using media to reach Muslims of the Arab world. Nationals working with the center have produced several feature films and hundreds of radio and television programs.
Along with his wife, Ruthie, he has established 12 Principles to Live By, a one-day marriage seminar. Henri developed another one-day seminar called The Five Principles, which teaches attendees how to share Christ with Muslims and has been translated into five languages. Henri has served on the advisory board of Global Diaspora Network, an initiative of the Lausanne Movement. He also serves on the board of Ibrahimia Media Center (IMC), and the Media Impact International (MII).
Henri and Ruthie have two married children and seven grandchildren.
Tehmina Arora, ADF International, India
Tehmina Arora is a lawyer practicing in the area of constitutional law and human rights with a special emphasis on the rights of religious minorities. Based in New Delhi, India, Arora serves as legal consultant for ADF International and Senior Fellow, South and Southeast Asia Action Team for the Religious Freedom Institute. In 2018, Arora was awarded the Champion of Human Rights Award by the Delhi Minority Commission for her services to the community.
Judge Eberhard Bertelsmann (retired), South Africa
Judge Bertelsmann retired officially from the Bench in South Africa in August 2016 but that didn’t slow him down much. He is now involved in the pro bono clinic of the Christian Lawyers Association and presides over insolvency enquiries and arbitrations.
At our FLAG 2019 convocation, Judge Bertelsman will speak on the topic “Personal, Spiritual, and Emotional Wholeness.” We have asked him to include his powerful testimony of recovery and restoration. We don’t want to give too much away, but he was treated in the Elim Clinic, a Christian professional addiction treatment center, for addiction to Ativan (tranquilizer) and alcohol, and was a director of that clinic for the 26 years until he retired from the Board when he reached the age of 70. He still assists with pastoral services at the clinic -- and the organization of a golf day.
Judge Bertelsmann was featured in our recent post. More . . .
Louis Brittz, Lawyer and Entertainer, South Africa
Louis is back again! We enjoyed him as praise and worship leader at our FLAG 2016 global convocation, so we asked him for a another engagement.
A lawyer by training, Louis is a trend-setting South African singer/songwriter of Christian music, worship leader, music producer and public speaker (on worship-related topics). He is the CEO of Merchant Music, a South African record label that records, markets and distributes quality music. He is also co-owner of Urial Publishing. Louis writes columns for two monthly magazines and had two books released in 2013. He had recorded 13 CDs containing self-written songs in English and Afrikaans in addition to well-known praise and worship material.
Louis has performed with Steven Curtis Chapman, Kirk Franklin, The Newsboys, Third Day, and Sonic Flood on their tours to south Africa. He led worship at numerous national conferences, working with Drs. Loren Cunningham, Tony Campolo, Bruce Wilkinson, Duffy Robbins, George Verwer and almost every South African Christian Speaker of Note.
William Patrick Burroughs, flag operations director, usa
Pat has been the FLAG Operations Director since 2014. He has been on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ for over 35 years serving with the student ministry in the United States, served as the Operation's Director for Eastern Europe & Russia, and with the Global Operations ministry before joining the FLAG team.
He is married to Karen, they have an adult son who is married and living in the San Francisco Bay area.
Ann Marie B. Cavazos, Professor, FAMU College of Law, USA
Professor Cavazos is giving a seminar on Mediation.
Ann Marie B. Cavazos is an Associate Professor of Law. Professor Cavazos teaches Florida Constitutional Law and Florida Practice.
Prior to joining the faculty, she was pro bono manager at Greater Orlando Area Legal Services and Director of the Alianza for Fair Housing Program of Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida. She also worked as a staff attorney with the Brooklyn Legal Aid Society and was appointed to the bench as a referee in the Brooklyn and Bronx Family Court. She holds a J.D. from Temple University School of Law and a B.S. from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Steve Douglass, President of Campus Crusade for Christ, International, USA
Steve Douglass is president of both Campus Crusade for Christ International and Cru, as the ministry is known in the United States. His topic is “Intimacy with God and the Gospel: Does Success Really Satisfy?”
Douglass came to the ministry after graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard Business School. Through more than 45 years of service, he has held a variety of positions, including Vice President, as well as Administration Director for U.S. ministries. In July 2001, Douglass took over as the president of Campus Crusade for Christ International from founder Bill Bright.
Douglass is the author or co-author of several books, including Managing Yourself, How to Achieve Your Potential and Enjoy Life, How to Get Better Grades and Have More Fun and Enjoying Your Walk with God. His radio program, Making Your Life Count, airs daily on 900 stations.
Along with his wife, Judy, Steve resides in Orlando, Florida. They have three grown children and nine grandchildren.
Eric Enlow, Dean and professor of law, Handong international Law school, Korea and USA
Dean Enlow is leading the specialized Track for Law Professors.
Dean Enlow graduated from Yale University, B.A., and Washington University School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif. During law school, Professor Enlow served on the editorial boards of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy and the Washington University Law Quarterly.
Dean Enlow then clerked for the Hon. Richard S. Arnold, United States Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. He subsequently joined the firm of Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin, LLP practicing intellectual-property, international, and appellate law.
His published cases include Boise Cascade Corp. v. Director of Revenue, 70 S.W.3d 438 (Mo. 2002) and Eddie Bauer, Inc. v. Director of Revenue, 70 S.W.3d 434 (Mo. 2002). And his publications include The Corporate Conception of the State and the Origins of Limited Constitutional Government, 6 Washington University Journal of Law and Public Policy 1 (2001).
Dean Enlow teaches Christianity and Law, International Intellectual Property, Patents, Private International Law, and Torts.
Jim Gash, attorney and professor, Pepperdine university school of law, USA
Jim Gash is sharing about his experiences in Uganda.
Prior to becoming a Pepperdine Law professor in 1999, Gash clerked for Judge Edith Jones on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and served as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis. Gash first traveled to Uganda in 2010 and has been back more than twenty times. In 2012, Gash was appointed Specialist Advisor to Uganda’s High Court and moved there with his family for six months while helping implement a juvenile justice structure that ensures Ugandan children are no longer forgotten by the judicial system. Soon thereafter, that system was implemented in adult prisons throughout Uganda. He co-wrote a book called Divine Collision with a former juvenile prisoner and they are featured in the film “Remand” which will be shown Saturday night. He has built strategic relationships to advance and expand the Program’s work around the world. In recognition, Gash received the 2013 Warren Christopher Award, presented to California's Int’l Lawyer of the Year.
Meg Given, FLAG Faith and law around the globe®, USA
Meg Given is teaming up with Michael Schutt to lead the Law Student Track.
Meg is from Boston and graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Consumer Economics. Jesus transformed her zeal for the consumer to a zeal for those without Christ. In four decades with Cru / Campus Crusade for Christ, God led her to serve on a myriad of prestigious university campuses and in various leadership roles. After eleven years at the local level, she became the northeast regional director of Cru’s Worldwide Student Network. Many students and staff were sent to international campuses to share the gospel, disciple students and build ministries of multiplication. Thereafter, she was a Regional Director in East Asia for two years. Upon her return, she relocated to our international headquarters in Orlando, doing training and development. In 2012 she joined the Faith and Law Around the Globe team.
Colonel (Ret) Daryl Jones, US Air Force, international director of cru military, USA
Dr. Daryl P. “Bones“ Jones serves with the Military Ministry of Cru Military, (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ, International) as their International Director. This is a position he shares with his wife, LtCol (retired) Martha Stevenson-Jones. He is a 1982 honor graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and has a Master of Science in Administration degree, as well as a Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Regent University. His work serves to bring the gospel through evangelism, discipleship and Christian leadership development to the world-wide military community in locations such as Kenya, Ukraine, Sierra Leone, Mongolia, Romania, Cambodia, Honduras, the Philippines, and other nations. Daryl has been married to his best friend, Martha, for 35 years and they have three blessed children: Captain Phillip Jones, a Naval Academy graduate and US Marine Corps infantry officer, and now graduate student pursuing advanced degrees at Harvard; Joshua, a graduate from Virginia Tech pursuing his doctorate in Geo Physics there now; and their daughter Zoe, currently a senior at The King’s College in New York City.
Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Martha Stevenson-Jones, US Air Force, international director of cru military, USA
Martha Stevenson-Jones and her husband, Daryl Jones, serve as International Directors with Campus Crusade for Christ, International (Cru in the U.S.). They serve our U.S. military and the military members of over 30 nations to craft Christ-centered partnerships; develop international military leaders; and facilitate spiritual movements in nations around the world. Their ministry brings the gospel through spiritual movements in locations such as Liberia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Mongolia, Romania, Cote d’Ivoire, Columbia, Ecuador, Honduras, Ukraine, and other nations.
Martha is a 1982 graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy and completed a very successful 20+ year flying career in the Air Force. Martha retired as a Lieutenant Colonel and was a Master Navigator with over 2,200 hours in the KC-135A/Q/R aircraft and at the time of her retirement was one of the more senior ranking active-duty female aviators in the United States Air Force.
Martha has also served in the area of women’s ministry in the local area as a Women’s Ministry Pastor; served with the Established Footsteps Prayer Ministry; and also mentored in restoring wholeness to women who are escaping human trafficking and sexual exploitation throughout Far East Asia.
Micheline Koube, LeaderImpact, Cameroon and Côte d’Ivoire
Mrs Koube Micheline studied law at the University of Yaoundé II Soa Cameroon. She has been on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ International (CCCI) since 1999. She is now serving as the Francophone Area Crisis Manager and also as the leader of the CCCI ministry to business professionals for Côte d’Ivoire, called LeaderImpact.
She is bilingual in French and English and was one of the translators at FLAG 2016 in South Africa.
She is married and the mother of three.
David Malick, attorney, Author and pastor, USA
As both a lawyer and pastor, David Malick is uniquely qualified to give our Daily Devotionals centered around the theme “Bringing Light to the Nations.”
David E. Malick received a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Kent State University, a Master of Theology in Bible Exposition from Dallas Theological Seminary, and his Juris Doctorate from Capital University Law School. He has also engaged in post-graduate studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and the University of South Africa.
Dave planted The Chapel in North Canton, Ohio, taught biblical courses at Dallas Theological Seminary and Southeastern Bible College, continues to publish articles in academic journals, and present papers at the national meetings for the Evangelical Theological Society, has authored the book Narrative Art & Women in the Gospels and Acts, and is the interim Pastor at Riverchase Baptist Church in Hoover, Alabama.
Dave manages an international trademark portfolio and copyright matters for a major manufacturer and is also engaged in a trial practice representing employers and companies in the defense of various types of litigation. More . . .
Josh Mcdowell, Apologist, Author and speaker, USA
Josh is giving two presentations on apologetics — “The Bible: Fact, Fiction or Fable?” and “Relevant Christ.”
As a young man, Josh McDowell considered himself an agnostic. He truly believed that Christianity was worthless. However, when challenged to intellectually examine the claims of Christianity, Josh discovered compelling, overwhelming evidence for the reliability of the Christian faith. After trusting in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, Josh’s life changed dramatically as he experienced the power of God’s love.
After his conversion, his plans for law school turned instead to plans to tell a doubting world about the truth of Jesus Christ. After studying at Kellogg College, Josh completed his college degree at Wheaton College and then attended Talbot Theological Seminary, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Master of Divinity degree.
In 1961, Josh joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ International. Not long after, he started the Josh McDowell Ministry* to reach young people worldwide with the truth and love of Jesus. More . . .
Chandimal Mendis, Attorney at Law, Sri Lanka
Chandimal Mendis is giving a seminar on Combating Corruption.
Chandimal is an Attorney-at-Law, Legal Advisor, and Consultant. He was educated at Trinity College, Kandy, Sri Lanka, and thereafter enrolled at the Sri Lanka Law College, Colombo. In his early career, he worked under several President’s Counsels, and was the youngest member of the Consultative Committees of the Ministry of Finance.
Now he is a Commercial Lawyer and has been a political adviser and legal counsel for the United National Party in Sri Lanka for over 10 years. He was a member of the drafting Committee of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, and currently serves on the Committee drafting a new Republican Constitution for Sri Lanka.
He is also the CEO of the Sri Lanka Cricketers Association, and a director of numerous corporations including World VIsion Sri Lanka, Natwealth Corporation and Natwealth Securities (Pvt) Limited, and is a member of the Board of Governors of Trinity College, Kandy, Sri Lanka.
For over four years until September 2015, he was the Chairman for the Commission for Justice and Peace, National Christian Council of Sri Lanka. He has been committed to the areas of social justice, social welfare, and has been vocal on recognition of rights, eradication of corruption, and creating equal opportunity with regard to dignity of life.
Gaye MOntgomery, attorney, FOunder of Montgomery compliance law pllc, USA
Gaye Montgomery is leading off the training on evangelism and preparing your faith story with a presentation on “Acts and Paul’s Testimony.”
After 20 years in the Law Department of Altria Client Services, Gaye retired from Corporate America and started her own boutique corporate compliance law firm, Montgomery Compliance Law, PLLC.
Gaye was a Vice President at Altria. As Senior Assistant General Counsel, she led the Law Department's Global Compliance Practice Group. She had responsibility for enterprise antitrust and anti-corruption compliance, marketing compliance and privacy.
Prior to joining Altria, she had a judicial clerkship with the U.S. District Court Judge for the Southern District of California, and then was an associate at the law firm of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York City. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University, Majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and received her J.D. from Yale Law School.
Terry Morgan, Blogger and Author of Unhurried Living, USA
Terry Morgan is giving a seminar based on her book to help legal professionals to slow down and manage their lives.
Terry and her husband Steve joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ International (now Cru) in 1982, enjoyed campus ministry in Iowa and New Mexico for about 10 years, and then moved to serve in Mexico for 17+ years. They moved back to the US and are now living in Orlando, FL, serving with the Vice President's team for Global Leadership Development. They share their many years of experience in training and coaching staff and volunteers around the world. Terry is a blogger at maturitascafe.com and author of 31 Days of Unhurried Living.
She and Steve have been married for 30+ years and have four adult children.
Andrew Ong, Attorney, Partner Raja & Tann, Singapore
Andrew Ong was in private practice for over 30 years and was recently an Equity Partner in Singapore-based Rajah & Tann. He practiced mainly in the areas of Corporate and Commercial Law, Telecommunications and Media Law and Competition Law.
Andrew was cited as a leading lawyer for IT & telecoms in Asia Pacific Legal 500. ‘Andrew Ong is frequently cited as one of the top 100 telecoms lawyers globally’, Asia Law Profiles. He has also been identified as a leading Communications practitioner in Singapore by Global Counsel 3000, the International Who’s Who of Telecommunications Lawyers, and other industry publications. He was also recognised as a leading Competition and Anti-Trust lawyer by PLC’s Which Lawyer? Yearbook Singapore. Andrew was on the Board of Advisory Editors for The Indian Journal of Law and Technology and until recently, a former member of the Broadcast, Publications and Arts Appeals Committee of the Media Development Authority of Singapore. He served from 2013-2017 as a Board Member of Lex Mundi, the world’s leading network association of law firms with more than 160 members firms globally and over 21,000 member lawyers.
Andrew retired from legal practice in January 2018. He is now actively serving in non-profit organisations and social enterprises and is a sitting board member of his church in Singapore. His passion is to see marketplace believers come to understand their full identity in Christ and to pursue the Kingdom purposes to which they have been called.
Michael p. Schutt, attorney, law student ministry director for Christian Legal Society, institute for christian legal studies, USA
Mike Schutt is leading the Law Student Track, along with Meg Given.
Mike Schutt is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. He practices law in Fort Worth, Texas, with Thompson & Knight, and served on the faculty of Regent Law for 20 years. Currently Mike is the director of the Law Student Ministries of Christian Legal Society (CLS) and of the Institute for Christian Legal Studies (ICLS), a cooperative ministry of CLS and Trinity Law School, where he is a Visiting Professor. He writes, speaks and teaches on the relationship of lawyers, faith and culture.
Mike is the author of Redeeming Law: Christian Calling and the Legal Profession (InterVarsity 2007), a vocational exhortation for law students and lawyers. His over publications include Oliver Wendell Holmes and the Decline of the American Lawyer: Social Engineering, Religion, and the Search for Professional Identity, 30 RUTGERS L.J. 143 (1998) and What's A Nice Christian Like You Doing in a Profession Like This? 11 REGENT U.L. REV. 137 (1998-99). He has also authored supplements on biblical principles for use by his students in the law school classroom. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Christian Legal Thought.
Robert Trierweiler, attorney, Director of legal ministries in the general counsel's office of campus crusade for christ, international; International Director of flag Faith and Law Around the Globe®, USA
Bob Trierweiler will present the history of FLAG Faith and Law Around the Globe and also give the introduction to the specialty tracks by discussing the godly Cycle of Justice.
Bob is a 1976 graduate of The Ohio State University School of Law. For 29 years he practiced law primarily in the areas of environmental, real estate, business and corporate law. During that time, he served in several capacities including Senior Environmental Counsel for a Fortune 150 company and as Counsel and Manager of Real Estate for a national proprietary educations institution. In 2005, he joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, International, where he serves as Senior Legal Counsel and Director of Legal Ministries in the General Counsel's Office. His legal responsibilities have included real estate, corporate and business transactions. His primary duty is International Director of FLAG Faith and Law Around the Globe®, an initiative that is designed to mobilize lawyers around the world to be effective witnesses for Christ. In that capacity, he has spoken internationally on many occasions. He has also served on the Board of Directors for Christian Legal Society.