Tremper Longman III
Distinguished Scholar and Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at Westmont College
M.Div. (Westminster Theological Seminary); M.Phil. and Ph.D. (Yale University)
Tremper has written over thirty-five books including commentaries on Genesis, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Daniel, Nahum, and Revelation. His most recent books include Confronting Old Testament Controversies: Pressing Questions about Evolution, Sexuality, History, and Violence (Baker, 2019), The Bible and the Ballot: Using Scripture in Political Decisions (Eerdmans, 2020), How to Read Daniel (InterVarsity Press, 2020) and Revelation through the Eyes of the Old Testament (Kregel, 2022). His books have been translated into eighteen different languages. In addition, he was one of the senior translators and members of the Bible Translation Committee for the New Living Translation.
Tremper is married to Alice and has three sons, seven granddaughters, and a grandson. He and Alice now live in Alexandria, Virginia.
Danielle Vriend Fluit
Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at ACTS Seminaries, Trinity Western University
MA, Interdisciplinary Studies (York University); MAMFT (ACTS Seminaries); PhD, Psychotherapy & Spirituality (University of Ottawa)
Danielle is passionate about the interface between faith and mental health and has been a guest lecturer at Regent, University of Ottawa, Martin Luther Seminary and the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association. She maintains a small private practice where she sees clients, including pastors and their families, and is honoured to hold sacred spaces with them.
She is married to Paul and, together they parent their four fascinating kids and try to get to mountains and forest whenever possible.
Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, Regent College
MDiv (Presbyterian Theological Centre, Sydney); PhD (Trinity College, Bristol)
Mark is the Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Regent College, Vancouver, and an Old Testament scholar. Prior to coming to Regent, Mark pastored for 14 years in both Vancouver, Canada and Australia in urban, missional churches. Mark has been bi-vocational, combining reflective missional pastoring with biblical scholarship. His recent publications include Improvising Church: Scripture as the Source of Harmony, Rhythm, and Soul (Jan 2024, IVP), Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics (co-written with Luke J. Glanville), and Freed to be God’s Family: The Book of Exodus. He is currently writing a textbook on preaching.
Mark is also a trained jazz pianist, is married to Erin, and has two children.
Alumni and Church Engagement Officer, Regent College
(MATS '19 & ThM '21))
Conor has been privileged to lead worship for almost twenty years in a variety of settings. In addition to being a graduate of Regent College (MATS '19 & ThM '21), he has been an associate pastor, camp director, radio host, and pretzel maker. Conor delights in creating spaces where people can encounter God's presence, and be transformed by that encounter. Conor currently serves as the Alumni and Church Engagement officer at Regent College, and is lucky enough to help lead worship for chapels and in congregations around the lower mainland.
Executive Pastor (University Chapel at UBC) and Outdoor Enthusiast
MDiv (NT) (Regent College)
Karen is a recent MDiv graduate who has been serving in pastoral ministry and church
leadership for over 20 years—most recently as Executive Pastor at University Chapel on the
UBC campus. One of her ministry passions is creating spaces for people to come together to
build deep relationships and community within the church, to be the church together, and in turn
to build relationships with those in the neighbourhood.
Karen, along with her husband, Nathan, and their two boys, enjoys spending time in the backcountry, skiing, wrangling cattle, and trying any and all things new.
Conflict Consultant, Coach and Mediator
MPP Public Policy, Health Economics and Health Policy with distinction (Victoria University of Wellington)
Malcolm has been working with leaders, teams, organizations, and communities across the world for 20 years. His Regent graduate-wife, Monica, introduced him to Vancouver in 2019 where he began working with churches and nonprofits seeking to navigate their way through tension and conflict in as healthy a way as possible. His professional background is in organizational development and, beyond that, he has explored a wide range of disciplines in order to expand his ability to work with different types of challenges including conflict coaching and mediation, complexity science and Theory U, facilitation, and systems coaching. He loves working for Credence and Co, a Canadian company that has a long history of working with churches. Malcolm is the only Credence team member based in BC.
Pastor, Hillside Church, Lynn Valley
ThM (OT) (Regent College)
MA in Spiritual Formation (Carey Theological College)
Jeff and Carrie Schuliger have been married for over thirty years and have three adult children (and two great sons-in-law). They moved from Boston to North Vancouver in 2017 when Jeff accepted a pastoral call at Hillside Church in Lynn Valley. Carrie is a spiritual director who delights in being a witness to God's transforming love. Jeff has been in pastoral ministry almost twenty years—and is looking forward to his first sabbatical this year.
Therapist, Psychotherapy & Counselling
MA, Counseling Psychology (Trinity Western University)
Anne is a therapist, working in private practice in Vancouver for the past 20 years. Growing up as a missionary child, and active member of her church, Anne is well acquainted with the lived reality of mission and ministry and has a heart for the church.
The focus of integration of faith and learning in her training at Wheaton College and Trinity Western University is part of the foundation of her approach to coming alongside people who are hurting and wrestling with difficult life circumstances. For many years, Anne's work was with people who had experienced trauma and difficult early childhood relationships. A passion emerged for her, out of client’s questions, for the healing and integration of true self and helping people to live life fully alive. She now brings her experience and passion to leaders and those who are caring for others, coming alongside in the lonely places of leading and caring, addressing personal areas of growth, and strengthening resiliency and mental health. When not at the office, Anne can be found making paper and sculpting with it; at the beach; or trying a new recipe.
Chaplain (Volunteer), YVR Airport Chaplaincy; Retired Pastor
MDiv, Practical Theology (Talbot School of Theology, Biola University)
Lawrence focused on pastoral ministry after receiving his MDiv in practical theology from the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. For over twenty-five years, Reverend Yuen served in a range of pastoral roles with the Vancouver Chinese Alliance Church at both their Knight Street and Fraser Lands Church sites. He worked for five years as Recruitment and Student Life Coordinator with the Registrar’s Office at Carey Theological College, UBC where he helped to recruit and support Master's and Doctoral students. Currently, Lawrence serves as a volunteer chaplain with the YVR Airport Chaplaincy and continues to mentor leaders and share his knowledge wherever he feels called.