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Chip Ingram

Chip Ingram

CHIP INGRAM is the senior pastor of Venture Church in Los Gatos, California, and teaching pastor and CEO of Living on the Edge, an international teaching and discipleship ministry. A pastor for over thirty years, Chip has a unique ability to communicate truth and challenge people to live out their faith. Chip is the author of many books, including God: As He Longs for You to See Him; Love, Sex, and Lasting Relationships, and The Real Heaven. Chip and his wife, Theresa, have four children and ten grandchildren and live in California.

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Elizabeth Inrig

Elizabeth Inrig

ELIZABETH INRIG (B.S., M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary; D. Min., Trinity International University) is Pastor of Women of Trinity Ministries, and oversees 12 ministries including Leadership Development, Internship, Bible Studies, and Special Events for women. Elizabeth is author of Release Your Potential: Using Your Gifts in a Thriving Women’s Ministry. Elizabeth is married to Gary, senior pastor of Trinity Church. Together they have three married children and seven grandchildren.

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Harry A. Ironside

Harry A. Ironside

HENRY ALLEN IRONSIDE (1876-1951) was born in Toronto, Canada to parents who were both active in the Plymouth Brethren. From an early age he showed a strong interest in evangelical Christianity and was active in the Salvation Army as a teenager before later joining the "Grant section" of the Plymouth Brethren. He was influential in popularizing dispensationalism among Protestants in North America. Despite his lack of formal education, his tremendous mental capacity, photographic memory and zeal for his beliefs caused him to be called "the Archbishop of Fundamentalism."

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