Curtis Solomon serves as Director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He is a certified member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. He received a B.A. in Biblical Studies from The Master’s University and an M.Div. in Christian Ministries from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Biblical Counseling. As an Air Force veteran Curtis is passionate about his dissertation topic which applies the truth of God’s Word to help those struggling with Post-Traumatic Stress. He has served as a missionary in the Arizona state legislature, Associate Pastor at Cornerstone Community Church, Instructor at Cornerstone Biblical Counseling Training Center, Adjunct Professor at Boyce College and visiting professor at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC. He and his wife, Jenny, were married in 2003 and have two delightful sons.
The Woodrow family (Charles, Julie, Kent, Sarah, Andrew, Grace, and Benaiah) has served as missionaries in Nampula, Mozambique with Grace Missions since 1990. Charles Woodrow is a medical doctor and oversees medical ministries at Grace Evangelical Hospital where every patient hears a gospel presentation. In addition to medical outreach, Dr. Woodrow has planted a church and aides in preparing future pastors for church plants throughout Africa. Every year, Grace Missions hosts a pastor's conference where pastors are trained and equipped to minister the gospel. Grace Missions also provides Reformed literature through the Publishing House Editoria Fiel (Faithful Publishers). You can learn more about the Woodrow Family and Grace missions at their website here. Check out the following videos to learn more about Grace Missions.
Their goal is to plant a church in a village/town in Co. Louth, Ireland. They will be working with Pastor Stephen Murphy from Dundalk Baptist Church and using his insight and wisdom as to where our efforts should be focused. There are several villages within 15 minutes of Dundalk that not only are there no evangelical churches but no one knows of any Christians living in those villages. There is indeed much work to be done there.