Guest Authors

Pastor Tom Beers

Thomas Beers is Pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, Columbia City, Indiana since 1991.  A 1982 graduate from Olivet Nazarene University, Tom has pastored churches in the Chicago area and Wisconsin.





Matthew DeYoung

Matt DeYoungMatthew DeYoung is the owner of several small businesses and he sees business as his ministry. He is also a consultant, leadership coach, and serves on the Advisory Board of Marriage, Inc. Over the last 16 years, Matthew has worked with businesses of all sizes–from $1M to over $100M in annual sales. His passion is helping leaders create plans to start, grow, or change—to amplify the ideas they value most. He lives 60 miles south of Chicagoland with his wife and two daughters. Join him in the 3×6 Challenge to build the habit of reading God’s Word daily.

For more information about Marriage, Inc., visit, Marriage Inc.  For more information about the 3×6 Challenge, visit 3×6 Challenge.

Jeff Voth

downloadAuthor, Dr. Jeff Voth is the founder and president of Cavetime, an organization dedicated to kindling a fire in the hearts of men; a fire to become real men…literal walls of security and protection for their people. He believes that men can only do this by understanding their God-given roles and getting some stones…the 5 Stones of Cavetime. These Stones are, to Show Up, to Worship,  to Pray, to Interact with God’s Word and to find a Community of people who help them to live well.  Jeff gleaned the Stones from the life of King David and his Mighty Men and in his book Cavetime: God’s Plan, For Man’s Escape, From Life’s Assaults, he applies them to his own life and the lives of the men who he has known and observed over the course of his life. He also travels the country and instructs men in how to use the Stones, through Cavetime events. These events include powerful worship, speaking, provocative videos and personal testimony and teaching. Jeff earned a doctorate in the areas of leadership and spiritual formation and holds masters degrees in apologetics and divinity. He is a professor, pastor and author/speaker. He is married to Lori and has four grown children, a son-in-law and a grand-daughter.

For more information about Jeff or Cavetime, visit


Pastor Corey and Beth Ann Jones, Lead Pastors

Crossroads Tabernacle, Fort Worth Texas

pastorcoreyandbethannPastor Corey and Beth Ann Jones have been married for 20 years. They have two children, Matthew and Luke. Pastor Corey received his undergraduate education at Olivet Nazarene University near Chicago , where he met Beth Ann. Pastor Corey received his Master’s degree in Theology at Southern Methodist University – Perkins School of Theology. Beth Ann earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington. Pastor Corey and Beth Ann have used their training to help people reach their full potential and calling for Christ, whether through preaching, teaching, or counseling.

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Pastor Cody

Cody is a pastor at Troy Presbyterian Church in Columbia City, IN. He has an M.Div and also works for Lifeline Youth and Family Services, providing trauma informed care to adolescents living in a residential center. He and his daughter, Eden, love to wrestle, paint each others nails, and tell silly bedtime stories.


Alex Adams

12919661_1116881395008898_8819230013817139677_nAlex Adams resides in Columbia City Indiana with his wife Beth and has a daughter on the way named Olive. Alex and Beth have been married for three years and met while planting churches  as missionaries in Peru, South America. Alex has been the Co-Youth Director at The Church Of The Nazarene for three years, and works full time as a Route Salesmen for Aunt Millie’s Bakery. Alex has a strong call to live an authentic and fanatic life as Jesus Christ displayed in Scripture.



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