Dr. Bob Wilkin
Dr. Bob Wilkin (Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) has served as an evangelist on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, a hospital chaplain, a pastor, and a college professor of Greek and Bible. He is the founder and Executive Director of Grace Evangelical Society (GES). GES is an educational Christian ministry whose aim is to promote clear proclamation of the free gift of everlasting life. Grace in Focus Magazine, the free bimonthly newsletter of GES, has a readership of over 10,000.
Dr. Wilkin is the author of seven books (dealing with assurance, eternal rewards, final judgment, inerrancy, Lordship Salvation, and tough texts) and hundreds of magazine and journal articles. He regularly speaks across the U.S. and overseas as well. He and his wife Sharon live in Highland Village, Texas.
Shawn was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He studied theology at McGill University (BTh) and the Free University of Amsterdam (MA) where he is completing a PhD in ethics. He has written Beyond Doubt: How to Be Sure of Your Salvation (2017). He and his wife, Abby, live in Denton, TX. They have three children, Daphne, Zane, and Ava Scout. Shawn is an insufferable bookworm who is happy to inherit any theological library you might choose to donate to him. Just don’t tell Abby, who thinks he has enough books already.
Mark Gray is father of one daughter. He works part-time at our office handling data entry, packaging & mailing, and the phones. He lives in Denton, Texas and is a graduate of TWU. He’s even courteous enough to laugh at our jokes.
Bethany was born and raised in San Antonio. She graduated from Johnson & Wales University with an A.A.S. in Baking & Pastry Arts and more recently the University of North Texas with a B.S. in Hospitality Management and a B.A. in French. She is married to Dave and in January 2014 they adopted a baby girl, Madeleine Rose. They enjoy traveling and Rangers baseball, they live in Highland Village with their two dogs, and attend First Baptist Church Lewisville, where she teaches pre-school and serves in whatever ministries she can.