Arthur Boers holds the R. J. Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership at Tyndale Seminary (Toronto, Canada). He previously taught pastoral theology at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Indiana). A Benedictine oblate, he served for over sixteen years as a Mennonite pastor in rural, urban, and church-planting settings in the United States and Canada. He has written or co-written six books, including The Way is Made by Walking: A Pilgrimage Along the Camino de Santiago (InterVarsity, 2007), reflecting on an 800-kilometer pilgrimage that he walked in Spain; Never Call Them Jerks: Healthy Responses to Difficult Behavior (Alban, 1999) and Take Our Moments and Our Days, volumes one and two and Day by Day These Things We Pray: Uncovering Ancient Rhythms of Prayer (all from Herald Press).
Barbara Nelson Gingerich is managing editor at the Institute of Mennonite Studies, Elkhart, Ind. She is co-compiler of Take Our Moments and Our Days (Vol. 1): An Anabaptist Prayer Book: Ordinary Time.
Eleanor Kreider is the author of several books and many articles on worship. She served with Mennonite Board of Missions (a predecessor agency of Mennonite Mission Network) in the United Kingdom from 1974–2004 She is co-compiler of Take Our Moments and Our Days (Vol. 1): An Anabaptist Prayer Book: Ordinary Time. With her husband, Alan, she is the co-author of Worship and Mission After Christendom (2011, Herald Press).
John Rempel is a professor of theology and Anabaptist studies and associate director of the Institute of Mennonite Studies at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Ind. He is co-compiler of Take Our Moments and Our Days (Vol. 1): An Anabaptist Prayer Book: Ordinary Time and author of several books, including The Lord’s Supper in Anabaptism(Herald Press).
Mary H. Schertz is professor emerita of New Testament at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS). She has a PhD from Vanderbilt University. Before joining the AMBS faculty in 1988, Schertz taught at Goshen College for one year, and at Vanderbilt University School of Religion she was a teaching assistant and New Testament researcher and bibliographer. As director of the Institute of Mennonite Studies, Schertz helped launch the journal Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology, jointly published with Canadian Mennonite University.