Richard A. Sabuin, PhD, is assistant professor of New Testament studies and chair of the Biblical Studies department, Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, Silang, Cavite, Philippines.
Monte Sahlin, D.Min., is vice president for creative ministries at the Columbia Union Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Columbia, Maryland. An important collaborator in this research is Hoger Dudley, director of the Institute of Church Ministry at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, who serves as research director for the Adventist segment of Faith Communities Today (FACT).
Sully Sanon, MPTh, at the time of writing, was a master’s student at Friedensau Adventist University, Moeckern-Friedensau, Germany. He is one of two first-place winners in the 2016–2017 Ministry student writing contest.
Dorothy Schaffner served for many years as a missionary in the Trans-Africa Division with her husband. Dr. M. H. Schaffner. He is an ordained minister, as well as a medical doctor, and Mrs. Schaffner worked with him in his office, besides teaching their four children.
Jerry Schmalenberger, DMin, is the retired president of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, California, United States. He is now serving as a Global Mission Volunteer for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, presently teaching practical theology in Hong Kong, China, and Sumatra, Indonesia.
Amelia Sherrard is health educator at Simi Valley Adventist Hospital in Simi, California. She received her B.S.N.E. degree from Walla Walla College, where she later served as dean of women. She has served as child-evangelism secretary, parent-and-home secretary, and health-department secretary of the Northern Philippine Union Mission.
Ingrid Weiss Slikkers, LMSW, is a social work professor at Andrews University and director of the Andrews University’s International Center for Trauma Education and Care, Berrien Springs, Michigan, United States.
Heather-Dawn Small, MA, is director of women’s ministries, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States. She is currently pursuing a PhD in intercultural studies.
Beveridge R. Spear, now retired in Mentone, California, labored for many years in the Pacific Union Conference, mostly in public evangelism. This included ten years on the radio, usually with a daily program. He graduated from Fowon's Writers' School, Westport, Connecticut, and from a special course in medical evangelism at Loma Linda University, this in addition to studies at Potomac University (now Andrews), Washington, D.C.
Iris Hayden Stober is an associate director of the Health and Temperance Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and serves as chairperson of the General Conference AIDS Committee.
Petra Sukau, Ph.D., serves as a health counselor and consultant at Tidewater Memorial Hospital in Tappahannock, Virginia. Her most recent project is development of a stress management seminar for government and professional groups.