Connect Faith’s 2016 Agents of Change

By Connect Staff, September 9, 2016

Rachel Schwartz Hillel International Judaism Event Planner Conference FaithRachel Hochheiser Schwartz, MBA

Director of Conferences, Hillel International



Reverend Mary Stephens Connect Faith Agents of Change Christian Women Connection MinistryRev. Mary Stephens, MDiv, MBA

Ministry Coordinator, Christian Women Connection



Zach Terry Ministries Pastor Event Planner Conference Faith Christian Church Agents of ChangeZach Terry

President, Zach Terry Evangelistic Association
Senior Pastor, Capshaw Baptist Church
Author of “Our Spiritual Battlefield” and “Intimacy in Marriage”


Trey Weaver Gay Christian Network event planner conferences faith agents of changeTrey Weaver, CGMP

Director of Events, The Gay Christian Network

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