Dan Hayden, Th.M., D.Min.
Dan Hayden obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wheaton College in Illinois, and for a time worked as a surgical technician at Children’s Hospital in Chicago. He planned to go on to medical school, but then felt the call to ministry and redirected his studies to Dallas Theological Seminary where he went on to earn a Master’s in Theology. Most recently, Dan completed a Doctor of Ministries from Baptist Bible Seminary in Clark’s Summit, Pennsylvania. After seminary, he began his first full time ministerial position as Youth Pastor then Senior Pastor at Middleton Baptist Church (Madison, WI). Dan spent six years at Fort Wilderness Ministries (Rinelander, WI) as Camp Pastor of this four-seasons camp and conference ministry. Then he received the call to Faith Baptist Church (Orlando, FL), where he served a total of nine years as Senior Pastor. Following this, he went to Clark’s Summit, PA to serve on the faculty of Baptist Bible College as Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries. In addition to teaching, he held the position of Director of Pastoral Ministries. After four years at Baptist Bible College, Dan was called to Grace Church of West Ottawa (Grand Haven, MI) where he was Pastor/Teacher for five years.
See: A Word from the Word – Dan Hayden
Herb Samworth, Th.D.
Herb Samworth earned his doctorate in theology from Westminster Theological Seminary. He teaches in national and international institutions and was also a guest lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary, Torchbearers’ School in Holsbybrunn, Sweden, Baptist College of Florida, and Luther Rice Bible College and Seminary. He was a missionary in Peru for five years and pastored for 23 years in Pennsylvania. Dr. Samworth is considered an authority on ecclesiastical history and also has a special interest in American Colonial History. He is a member of the Tyndale Society and has maintained his interest in missions by serving as a board member of The Evangelical Alliance Mission. He has written many articles that deal with subjects of Church History and Theology.
See: Tyndale’s Ploughboy – Herb Samworth
Charles Cooper, Th.M.
Charles Cooper was born in Wilmar, Arkansas and graduated from Ouschita Baptist University with a BA in Pastoral Ministries and a minor in Greek. He then went on to Dallas Theological Seminary where he received a Master of Theology degree in 1986. After graduate school, Charles taught Homiletics and Hermeneutics at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago for six and a half years.
See: Prewrath Resource Institute – Charles Cooper
Bill Lee-Warner, M.Div.
Bill Lee-Warner was a graduate of Oregon State University, received his M.Div. from Western Evangelical Seminary, and pastored churches for more than twenty years before serving Sola Scriptura and The Sign Ministries faithfully as a writer, lecturer, editor, and friend. Bill Lee-Warner went to be with the Lord in 2001.