Pastor Jo Saxton is a writer, speaker and missional practitioner. She pastors Mission Point Church with her husband Chris. Jo is the Chair of the board of 3DMovements, a missional discipleship movement in the US.
She has had experience in the UK and the US leading missional communities and discipleship. Jo lends her voice to FORM on the topics of leadership, family on mission and contextualization.
Dr. Paul Eddy (PhD, Marquette University) is Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. He also serves as a teaching pastor at Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul.
He has done significant work in New Testament theology, particularly in the areas of christology, atonement, covenant and spiritual warfare.
Dr. Christine Osgood has her doctorate of ministry in Spiritual Formation (Bethel Seminary) and is a marriage and family therapist. She is the director of The Urban Retreat which offers various spiritual formation retreats and experiences.
Her greatest desire is to see individuals and groups of people be holistically transformed into people who congruently live loving-kindness, generosity, compassion and care for the world around them. In FORM she brings her experience with Contemplative traditions of Christian spirituality and family systems to guide participants to grow in their intimacy with God and purpose in mission.
Pastor Stacey Jones leads Urban Jerusalem, a church in North Minneapolis whose mission is to presenting the Kingdom of God in relevant form, through making the unknown God known by providing a Hip-Hop approach to worship.
Stacey has experience teaching on many areas including: conflict, marriage, urban and hip-hop culture & reconciliation.
Marque Jensen has been living in North Minneapolis and participating in community development for over 30 years. Originally from rural Iowa, Marque has dedicated his life to racial reconciliation through roles as a pastor, through public policy and community development organizations.
Marque brings extensive knowledge of Minneapolis, it's history and how current systems need to change in order to bring freedom and growth in areas of poverty and oppression.
Dale is the pastor of The Seeds Community. He brings decades of ministry experience to the FORM environment. He has experience leading and coaching individuals and teams across North America. Dale brings a theological expertise to our training with his years of experience as a theology professor.
JD is the Executive Pastor at Mill City Church overseeing the staff and various ministry teams. JD is also and entrepreneur and small business owner and is especially interested in the integration of faith and work.