John Mark Reynolds is the founder and former director of Biola University's Honors Program - the Torrey Honors Institute, a Socratic, great books-centered honors program at Biola University.
Previously, he served as the provost and president of Houston Baptist University. Dr. Reynolds is a Senior Fellow of Humanities at The King’s College in New York City, and a Fellow of the Center For Science and Culture at The Discovery Institute.
He is the President of The Saint Constantine School. He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Rochester. Reynolds is the author of numerous books and lectures on ancient philosophy, classical and home education, politics, faith, and virtue. John Mark serves LostSheep on our Advisory Board focusing on Cultural Context and Organizational Philosophy
"CRU Missionary" (who is unnamed on public websites due to travel within hostile countries) has spent 30 years as a missionary for CRU, including 12 years in Eastern Europe evangelizing through Radical Hospitality.
He has spent the last decade in the United States finding and caring for major donors of CRU.
He brings more than three decades of experience in raising and living on support to our Executive Board and provides direction and parameters to LostSheep on support raising for our missionaries and fund development.
Peter David Gross is the Executive Director of Wheatstone Ministries, a nonprofit that invites youth into Christian adulthood. Since joining the Wheatstone team a decade ago, Peter has worked to advance the ministry's mission since then, transforming it along the way. A proud graduate of Biola University and its Torrey Honors Institute, he designs Wheatstone's rite of passage summer camps, and is the creator of Wheatstone's training events for youth leaders: Christian Adulthood 101, Discussion for Transformation, Teach Them to Pray, From Duty to Discipleship, and Entering Culture Courageously.
Peter serves LostSheep on the Advisory Board focusing on the Mechanics of LostSheep Training.
Dr. Key is Co-Founder and Program Director of the C.S. Lewis Study Center in Northfield, MA. The Study Center is dedicated to restoring a vital Christian presence throughout higher education, the arts, and the culture.
Scott also served as the Chair of the Department of Philosophy, History and Political Science at California Baptist University. After receiving his Ph.D. in Philosophy from SBTS he served as Professor of Philosophy for 31 years, co-founded the Honors and Great Works Programs along with the Seminar on Faith and the Academic Profession, a seven-year program for faculty on relating the Christian Worldview to their work as an academic. Dr. Key's teaching and research areas include Philosophy, Aesthetics, Ethics, C. S. Lewis, History, Psychology, and Christian Studies. He loves traveling and spending time with his wife Mary and three children.
Dr. Key serves LostSheep on our Executive Board with a focus on expanding LostSheep Trainings to the Academic Community.
Bob has been using radical hospitality to as an expression of the gospel for the last 18 years. "It was like God knocked me on the head and I realized the person next to me is a self-portrait of our all-beautiful God and Father. From that point, I couldn't but stop and appreciate them as worthy of my time and life." He served as the Director of a nonprofit and a social commerce for two decades, received his M.Div from Westminster in 2002, and is a minister in the ARPC. He loves the Minnesota Vikings, Louie Armstrong, and British sports cars.
Currently, Bob is giving his life to reach lost millennials with the gospel through Radical Hospitality as a LostSheep missionary and preaching regularly for a church without a pastor in California.
He serves LostSheep on the Executive Board focusing on Vision, Mission, and Strategic development
LostSheep is a 501c3 Nonprofit which is purposely not tied to one denomination (so we can train LostSheep franchises in Churches across denominations). LostSheep is accountable to our Board of Directors
LostSheep functions in providing the structure, training and mentoring to establish local "franchises" reaching the Lost through radical hospitality. As such we provide the structure of the Need, the Mission, Biblical Core Values, Strategic Steps and Metrics of Success, along with Training and Mentoring.
Individuals running a local franchise of LostSheep are tied to their own denominational court - be that a Presbytery, Session of Elders, Denominational Board, or Local Church.
The Staff of LostSheep hold to the foundational truths of the Christian faith. We passionately desire that the Church reclaim a strong conviction of the: