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- Martin Davis Director, Congregational Resource Guide, The Alban Institute
- Dudley Rose Associate Dean for Ministry Studies, Harvard Divinity School
- Anthony Evans President of the National Black Church Initiative; Associate Pastor, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Washington, DC
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