This motley pack of writers have all sorts of things they bring to the table. These are some of those things. Click on the author’s name for an archive of their posts on The Pilgrims’ Process.
Adria is a young writer who enjoys crafting poetry and creative nonfiction. She graduated with a B.A. in English from the University of Iowa, and now works part time as a copyeditor. She is known to drink tea frequently, hum often, and go barefoot whenever possible.
David is a Baptist pastor and missionary in Vienna, Austria. Originally from the UK, he now works with Projekt:Gemeinde (Project:Church) as well as being involved in the year-out bible and mission school Project:Vienna and the Austrian Baptist Union’s home mission.
Jesse is the Worship Pastor at the Kingdom Vineyard in St Andrews on the east coast of Scotland. He’s most at home behind a guitar, but is becoming increasingly comfortable behind a lectern. Having recently completed a degree in Theology & Biblical Studies, he’s now planning to teach himself Koine Greek. For fun.
Oliver lives in Hong Kong where he oversees discipleship at an international church in the heart of the city. He likes whisky, food, life-stories, hospitality, art, humans, pushing the limits of what is socially acceptable in polite company (sorry), science-fiction, fantasy, gin, whisky, God’s nature, life coaching, and whisky.
Joanna is a PhD student in Systematic Theology at the University of Edinburgh. She is also a candidate for ordination to the priesthood in the Episcopal Church of Scotland (Anglican). In her free time, Joanna loves sport and exercise and is a semi-professional artist (Christian oil paintings).
Carina works as a pastoral assistant at Projekt:Gemeinde (Project:Church), a multicultural Baptist church in Vienna, Austria. She also works and studies at the University of Vienna in the faculty of Protestant Theology. She’s passionate about theology, social justice, and the practical outworking of church and faith in the 21st Century.