Erin Inman is a dynamic woman who has a knack for creativity, expression and loving. She works at home as a mother and is also a part time preschool teacher. She has been a reluctant artist over the past 10 years and has recently leaned into her writing, doodling and illustrating. Erin opens up about the evolution of her grief over her mother's death when she was 14.
David Salinas is the founder and curator of the Department of Brewology based out of Austin, Texas. For the last 15 years David has been dedicated to create better design and better coffee. Just recently his two passions merged in the culmination of the Department of Brewology; a typographic exploration of the art & science of handcrafted coffee.
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surrounded by our neighbors, through the trees and telephone wires, we saw the blood moon.
Jonathan Russell is a chaplain working for urban justice at the Union Rescue Mission on skid row in Downtown Los Angeles, a contributing fellow at the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, and an adjunct professor of philosophy and religion at Chaffey College. He hold a Masters degree in theology and philosophy of religion from Fuller Theological Seminary, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Religion and Philosophy at Claremont Graduate University. He was formerly a young adult and college minister and prior to that he spent nearly a decade as a professional musician in the music industry as a founding member of the band Cold War Kids, in which he was a songwriter and the lead guitarist.
Paul has spent time working in higher education, the church, and the non-profit sector. The common thread with each of these has been a passion for advocating on behalf of those affected by injustices happening in the world, as well as educating and mobilizing communities as to their responsibility and opportunity to change these situations. Paul holds a MA in Organizational Leadership from Bethel University. He is pursuing his PhD in International Relief and Development from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. Together with his wife Candace, and their two children, Lola and Justus, they are committed as a family to engage in the story of justice and hope. Paul loves both camping in the wilderness and drinking coffee in the city.
Dr. Kim is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor at Biola University. She regularly teaches in the undergraduate psychology department and supervises doctoral research at Rosemead School of Psychology. Her research interests include multiculturalism and gender issues, racial and cultural identity formation, Asian-American psychology, and the use of qualitative research methods.