Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore founded The KAIROS Company after running public and media relations across multiple sectors including serving as Liberty University' s Senior Vice President for Communications. He has worked with every major print, digital and broadcast outlet in North America. 

PR News has named him one of America's top young P.R. executives, Christianity Today deemed him a "who's next" leader, and The Washington Post profiled his work in a major, front-page feature. He is also a widely read opinion columnist whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, Fox News, Relevant Magazine, and CNN. He serves on the boards of World Help, the National Association of Evangelicals, the Dream Center LA, The Influence Lab, and the World Evangelical Alliance. 

Johnnie is a humanitarian whose adventures have taken him to more than two-dozen nations. He's worked with genocide victims in Bosnia and Rwanda, established a sustainable agricultural project in economically down trodden Zimbabwe, learned Buddhism from the Dalai Lama's personal archivist in the Himalayas, visited the world's largest refugee camps on the borders between Kenya and Somalia and Jordan and Syria, observed Hindu rituals on the banks of the Ganges River and witnessed over two-thousand Asian Christians take a martyr's oath before receiving their college diploma. On five different occasions he has visited places that were later bombed by Islamic extremists. He is currently exclusively focused on the prolonged conflict in Iraq and Syria, and providing immediate assistance to the hundreds of thousands of displaced Christians, Yazidis, and other religious minorities through the Cradle Fund.

As a public figure, Moore is primarily known as a humanitarian who has been called one of the "world's most influential young leaders" and "a modern day Dietrich Bonheoffer” as a result of his extensive work in the Middle East. The Vicar of Baghdad named him "one of America's foremost spokespersons for international religious freedom.”

He has written the following books: What Am I Supposed to do with my Life? Defying ISIS: Preserving Christianity in the Place of its Birth and in your Own BackYard; The Martyr's Oath: Living for the Jesus They're Willing to Die for; and many more books.

Don Callan

Don Callan

Dr. Don Callan retired in 2010 after 50 years at Cedarville University. He remains a Professor Emeritus of Exercise and Sport Science at the University.

Dr. Callan served from 1998-2004 as the first Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Human Performance.

He was the school’s athletic director from 1961-1998, and served as head men’s basketball coach for 35 years from 1960-1995. Upon completing his legendary career, he was ranked 19th all-time with 578 victories.

In 2003, Cedarville officially recognized the Athletic Center as the Callan Athletic Center.

Dr. Callan is a member of the Halls of Fame at the NAIA, NCCAA, Cedarville University, and Taylor University, his alma mater. He received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Agonis Club of Dayton, and was inducted into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame.

He is founder of the Missions Involvement Service at Cedarville University, now known as Global Outreach. He has been especially committed to worldwide sports evangelism for five decades.

Dr. Callan is a 1955 graduate of Taylor University. He received his master’s degree from Ball State University in 1960, and his Ph. D. in physical education from The Ohio State University in 1968.

He and his wife, Nedra, reside in Cedarville and have two married children, four grandchildren and four great grandsons.

Kris Stout

Kris Stout

Kris graduated from the Word of Life Bible Institute, attending campuses in both New York and Argentina. He and his wife Debbie began the Word of Life ministry in France in 1999, where they served for over 10 years before being asked to return to the United States and serve in the home office as the Vice President of International and Local Church Ministries. In this role, he oversees more than 1,300 missionaries in 70 countries, including the US. Married for 21 years, Kris and Debbie have three children: Natalia, Michael, and Luc. They currently reside in Schroon Lake, New York.