MeetOur Headline Speakers

Paul Michael Raymond

President – The New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy
Paul Michael Raymond began his pilgrimage in 1985 when Christ called him from the heretical teachings of the Roman Catholic Church to the orthodox faith of Biblical Christianity. By early 1991, Pastor Paul had ministered as a youth counselor, adult Bible school instructor and was ordained in the Christian Reformed Church as Minister of Education & Evangelism. He was eventually compelled to challenge many accepted dogmas and improper practices of the CRC and was convinced that the CRC, as a denomination, was beyond repair. In the fall of 1992, the Reformed Bible Church of Suffolk County was established. In mid 1998, Pastor Paul moved his family to Virginia and established the Reformed Bible Church in Central Virginia at Appomattox which continues the Scriptural "Sola" tradition of Reformation Theology and practice, with a strong emphasis upon the Christian Cultural Mandate of Genesis 1:28 to subdue and take dominion over the earth. Pastor Paul expanded the ministry in 2001 by establishing an institute for higher theological learning and Christian scholarship - The Institute for Theonomic Reformation and in 2009 established The New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy. He is a graduate of Whitefield Theological Seminary with a Master’s degree, and a doctorate from Almeda Theological University.

Martin Selbrede

Vice President of the Chalcedon Foundation
Martin Selbrede is the Vice-President of the Chalcedon Foundation and senior researcher for the organization’s ongoing work of Christian scholarship. He has written numerous articles, essays, and position papers for such publications as Faith for All of Life, The Chalcedon Report, and The Journal of Christian Reconstruction. He has traveled extensively to speak on behalf of Christian Reconstruction and the Chalcedon Foundation and is considered one of the foremost experts in the thinking of R. J. Rushdoony. Martin's writings and lectures are theologically rich, encouraging and challenges deeper thought in the hearer. He resides with his wife, Kathy Selbrede, in Austin, Texas.

MeetOur Break-Out Session Speakers

Matt Trewhella

author of "The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrate"
Matt Trewhella is pastor of Mercy Seat Christian Church (founded in 1988) in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area and founder of Missionaries to the Preborn. Through his research and teaching on the biblical duties of the lower magistrate, Pastor Trewhella came across the Magdeburg Confession, an important historical work that became the first in the history of mankind to set forth in a doctrinal format what only later came to be known as the Lesser Magistrate Doctrine. Pastor Trewhella has been actively and successfully promoting the doctrine of the lesser magistrate as the solution to many problems including the travesty of abortion. Pastor Trewhella and his wife Clara live in the Milwaukee, WI area. They have eleven children.

Charl van Wyk

missionary and author of "Shooting Back"
Charl van Wyk is a full-time missionary and the best-selling author of Shooting Back – The Right and Duty of Self-Defense. He writes a monthly ministry newsletter and has had feature articles published by WND, an independent US news company. Charl has served on the committees of ministries such as Frontline Fellowship, Africa Christian Action, The Christian Action Network and REDTCO: The Gathering of the Children of God for the Transformation of the Congo. He is a founding member of Gun Owners of South Africa. Charl is working to grow a Christian university, school and church in Central Africa, supporting African pastors with Bibles and bikes, and is a patron of the Organization for Peace and Conflict Resolution in Congo. He speaks internationally and has had numerous newspaper, magazine, radio and television interviews. Charl lives in Cape Town, South Africa with his wife, Sonja, and their four children.

Charl is currently authoring a sequel to Shooting Back, entitled Shooting Back Again, detailing a second account in which he was required to use his firearm in an act of self-defense and for the protection of others.

John Eidsmoe

Author & Constitutional Attorney
John Eidsmoe is a frequent lecturer and debater at colleges, universities, churches, and civics groups. As a constitutional attorney, he has successfully litigated court cases involving First Amendment religious freedom and has defended home education and Christian schools, championed the right of students and teachers to study the Bible in public schools, debated ACLU attorneys on radio and television, and served on the Ten Commandments Legal Defense Team. He has authored 12 books, including Christianity & the Constitution, Columbus & Cortez, and the video series titled The Institute on the Constitution. He is an ordained pastor in the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, and with his family (he and his wife have been married over 30 years, have three children: David, Kirsten and Justin) he lives in rural Pike Road, Alabama.

Peter Hammond

Director of Frontline Fellowship

Peter Hammond has been a pioneer missionary to some of the worst war zones in the world. For over 34 years Dr. Hammond has served persecuted churches and pioneered evangelistic outreaches into MozambiqueAngolaSudan, Rwanda, Congo and Nigeria. In the course of his missionary activities Peter has been ambushed, come under aerial and artillery bombardments, been stabbed, shot at, beaten by mobs, arrested, imprisoned and tortured for Christ. Dr. Hammond is the Founder of Frontline Fellowship, the Reformation Society, Africa Christian Action and William Carey Bible Institute. He has authored many books including In the Killing Fields of MozambiqueHolocaust In RwandaFaith Under Fire In SudanSlavery, Terrorism and IslamPutting Feet To Your Faith and Practical Discipleship. Peter, and his wife Lenora, are home schooling parents of four children. Peter has helped establish over 100 Christian schools and numerous Bible Colleges throughout Africa. He has smuggled in and distributed hundreds of thousands of Bibles, New Testaments and Christian books into communist and muslim nations. 

Phillip Kayser

Founder and President of Biblical Blueprints

Phillip Kayser is the Founder and President of Biblical Blueprints and has degrees in education, theology, and philosophy. Ordained in 1987, he currently serves as Senior Pastor of Dominion Covenant Church in Omaha, Nebraska. He also serves as Professor of Ethics at Whitefield Theological Seminary and President of the Providential History Festival. Author of over 50 books and booklets, Dr. Kayser is passionate to see the Bible’s comprehensive blueprints applied to the family, the church, civil government, education, art, science, historiography, economics, business, and every area of life. For over 15 years, he has been involved in coaching church planters, mentoring seminary students, and teaching seminars on Biblical leadership internationally.

Godfrey Kyazze

CEO of Master’s Institute for Education (Uganda)
Godfrey Kyazze, through studying the Bible to understand a biblical perspective on education, became convicted to homeschool his children. Through this process, he and his wife have created homeschooling curriculum, previously non-existent in Uganda, to train their children in Christian principles from the African perspective. This new curriculum includes training in African history, economics, math, science and other academic disciplines from a biblical worldview. Godfrey has published a number of papers on Home-education, Curriculum and a Biblical view of life. He is a curriculum writer, trainer and speaker on matters of Biblical worldview, Education, Economics, Family, and Governance, all from a distinctly Christian point of view. After creating these materials, Godfrey learned that many other Christian schools desired to teach from this perspective and use the curriculum. He then characterized his perspective on education as a system which incorporates biblical principles, biblical thinking, and biblical reasoning into training of any kind. Besides creating this curriculum, Godfrey decided to launch the Masters Institute for Education (MIE) as the platform for a new university, now under construction on a 13-acre piece of land. MIE has a vision to offer degree programs in education, political science, and business from a biblical worldview. Students trained in these three disciplines will be equipped to engage the nation of Uganda in education, law, politics, policy, and business, through the perspective of a biblical worldview, and work towards the transformation of the nation. Godfrey and Olga are Home-school parents of their four children. The Kyazze’s are leading advocates for Homeschooling in Uganda and across the East African region. Godfrey serves on the board of Homeschoolers Uganda Group (HUG), and is a member of the leadership of the East African Community of Homeschoolers (EACH), which is based in Nairobi, Kenya. The Kyazze’s are also the contact persons in Uganda for Home-Schoolers’ Legal Defense Association (HSLDA).