Our GAB – Global Advisory Board
- Mark R. Shaw is professor of Historical Studies and the director of the world Christianity program at Africa International University in Nairobi, Kenya. He has studied world Christianity at the University of Edinburgh and the history of Christianity at Westminster Theological Seminary. Mark is the author of a number of books, including Ten Great Ideas from Church History (IVP) and The Kingdom of God in Africa: A Short History of African Christianity.
- Aiah Foday-Khabenje is the General Secretary of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa with headquarters in Nairobi Kenya. Aiah is originally from Sierra Leone where he served the Evangelical Fellowship for sixteen years, the last ten of these as the Fellowship’s Chief Executive (General Secretary). Aiah was saved as a teen in secondary school, in the mid 70s at a Scripture Union camp in his native Sierra Leone. Discipled by Scripture Union, an international biblical movement, his ministry and experience cuts across denominational barriers. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Transformational Leadership from Asbury Theological Seminary.
- Lawrence Mutunga Peter is an International Development Professional with a vast experience in peace building in East Africa. He studied Economics and Project Planning and Management at the University of Nairobi, and hold a Master of Divinity degree in Missions at Africa International University.
- Wanjiru M. Gitau holds a PhD in World Christianity from Africa International University, Nairobi, Kenya. She currently Post-doctoral research fellow at Center for Religion and Civil Culture at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
- Jonathan J. Armstrong is assistant professor of Bible and Theology at Moody Bible Institute and the founder and president of Aqueduct Project. He is a graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in the Chicago area (M.A., 2001) and Fordham University in New York City (Ph.D., 2006). Jonathan has served as a postdoctoral researcher at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany and has lectured at Wycliffe Hall as a full member of the theology faculty of the University of Oxford. Jonathan’s passion is to serve the church by providing seminars for pastors and laypeople throughout the global evangelical community.
- Meghan Wilson is President and Founder of a human resources information systems consulting firm called Future Focus. She lives in the Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
- Georges P. Atido is the President of Shalom University Bunia, DRC and researches on religious mobility among churches in North Eastern Congo.
- Kyama Mugambi holds a PhD in World Christianity from Africa International University, Nairobi, Kenya. He is the Executive administrator of the Centre for World Christianity in the same institution.