David Anderson

David Anderson serves the Lord as a teaching pastor at Littleton Bible Chapel, in Littleton Colorado. David speaks at conferences and college campuses throughout the US and internationally. David has a passion to preach the word of God and train others to exposit the Scriptures. He serves as a core team member of Biblical Eldership Resources, which aims to equip the local and global church in healthy church leadership. Dave and his wife, Lonnalee, have three young children, daughter Mollie, son Ryle Ironside, and daughter Georgia (Peaches).


Winfred NEely

Winfred Neely is a minister of the gospel and a full time professor of hermeneutics, homiletics, pastoral studies, and chair of the Division of Applied Theology and Church ministries at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.  Prior to joining Moody Bible Institute faculty, Winfred served churches in the city of Chicago, his home town. Winfred brings to his ministry a global perspective, having served as a missionary/pastor in Senegal, West Africa for nine years.

Winfred serves as the lead pastor and one of the elders of Judson Baptist Church in Oak Park, IL.  He is also involved in a global equipping ministry, preaching, speaking, and conducting workshops and training events at churches and conferences in the US and abroad. He has preached and taught in churches and conferences in Canada, the Caribbean, Africa, The United Kingdom, and Continental Europe, the Island of Malta, and the Middle East.

Winfred earned his BA degree at Trinity International University (Deerfield, IL), His MA at Wheaton Graduate School (Wheaton, Il), and his Doctor of Ministry Degree at Trinity International University.  He studied French at the Centre Audio-Visuel des Langues Modernes in Vichy, France. He is also a PhD candidate in Old Testament at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Winfred is an audio-blogger and radio commentator for Moody Radio.  He is a published author, having contributed two chapters to the Moody Handbook of Preaching, one chapter in Heart for the Community.  He wrote the commentary on 1 and 2 Samuel in the Moody Commentary on the Bible, and he is the author of How to Overcome Worry:  Experiencing the Peace of God in Every Situation.  He writes a regular question and answer column for the Moody publication, Today in the Word.

Winfred has been married to Stephne Neely for over forty-two years. They have four adult children, and are the proud grandparents of eight grandsons, and two granddaughters.

Winfred takes classes in “Acting” from time to time, is an ardent fan of science fiction films such as Star Wars and Star Trek.  He loves The Lord of the Rings trilogy with it creative use of language. He saw the recent Marvel release ‘The Black Panther’ four times.  He loves urban gospel music and when he is alone in car, he lets the radio and the CDs blast!


Ben MAthew

Ben is a native of Southern Ontario, Canada and was involved in a number of ministries in his home church and community.  Ben received his bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies from Emmaus Bible College and continued his graduate work at Dallas Theological Seminary, earning his M.A. in Biblical Counseling.  Ben worked in the Dallas area for a number of years in private practice and at the nationally known Minirth Clinic specializing in adolescent rehab and mental health disorders. Ben is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in General Psychology from Northcentral University and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Iowa. He ministers at Emmaus Bible College as the Chair and professor in the Counseling Psychology department and maintains a small counseling practice in the community.

Ben & his wife Jenna live in Dubuque, IA with their four children Elias, Zachary, Ainsley and Olivia. They are privileged to serve in various ministries at their local church (Anchor Community Church) and in their community.


Alexander Strauch

After his Emmaus education, Alex received his undergraduate degree from Colorado Christian University and went on to earn his Master in Divinity degree from Denver Seminary. For the past 37 years he has served as an elder at Littleton Bible Chapel. A gifted Bible teacher and popular speaker, Alex has helped thousands of churches worldwide through his expository writing ministry.  Alex resides with his wife, Marilyn, in Littleton, Colorado, and has four married daughters and eleven grandchildren.