Glenn Myers received his M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Ph.D. in church history from Boston University and has completed graduate studies in spiritual theology from Regent College. For the past ten years Dr. Myers has served on faculty at Crown College, where he provides spiritual direction to many young men in addition to teaching spiritual formation, church history and Bible classes. Myers is a pastor and professor whose desire is to see believers deepen their encounter with the Lord and experience substantive transformation in their lives. As well as leading retreats on Lectio Divina, solitude and silence, Glenn offers a variety of courses in the history of Christian spirituality, prayer and spiritual growth.Before coming to Minnesota, Glenn and his wife Sharon served four years on the mission field in Eastern Europe. In addition to walking and hiking, they enjoy traveling and studying together, often visiting sites in Europe where spiritual leaders of past centuries once walked. Glenn also enjoys wilderness camping in the Boundary Waters in the summer.
Jim Houston (M.A., Edinburgh; D.Phil., Oxford) is founding principal, former chancellor, and emeritus professor of spiritual theology at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is the author of some forty books, including I Believe in the Creator, The Transforming Friendship, In Search of Happiness, The Heart's Desire and The Mentored Life.