Keynote Speaker Dr. Victor Ezigbo studied theology in his native Nigeria prior to studying in the US (Wheaton) and the UK (Edinburgh). He currently teaches Systematic and Contextual Theology at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. His most recent book, Introducing Christian Theologies, explores how different Christian communities may speak the truth of the gospel in contextually appropriate ways. Workshop Leaders Rev. Dr. Linda Adams serves as the director of International Child Care Ministries, overseeing the feeding of over 20,000 children worldwide. As such, she travels extensively, communicating God’s love in word and deed in over 30 countries. Linda received her Doctor of Ministry in Biblical Preaching and Church Leadership at Asbury Theological Seminary. Hatsue Aizawa holds degrees in Education, Sociology, and International Relations from Willamette University, Tokyo International University, Tokyo Gakugei University, and George Fox University, and is currently studying towards an additional Master’s Degree in Spiritual Formation. She serves as the Director of International Student Programs at Central Christian College of Kansas and will provide a workshop highlighting the communication of the gospel to those with an Asian background. The Rev. Dr. T. La Mont Holder graduated from Central Christian College before going on to advanced study at Dallas Baptist (M.A.) and Andersonville Theological Seminary (Th.D.). Currently he leads the diverse and growing Calvary Baptist Church in Wichita, KS. He brings a wealth of experience and wisdom in the cross-cultural communication of the gospel, and will speak to the complexities of communicating in multi-ethnic settings, as well as highlighting differences found between rural and urban proclamation of the gospel.