Jon Hueni, Jeremy Walker, Jim Savastio, William Hughes and John Grevious
Pastor Jon Hueni - Jon grew up in a Christian home in Bremen, Indiana where under God’s gracious hand he came to faith in Christ. He is a graduate of Grace College in Winona Lake, IN where he received BA degrees in Biblical Studies and in General Business. Jon has been one of the pastors of Grace Fellowship Church in Bremen since its inception in 1983. He and his wife, Josie have been married for 40 years. They have four grown children and one grand-daughter.
Pastor Jeremy Walker - Jeremy was born to godly parents and was converted to Christ during his teenage years. He serves as a pastor of Maidenbower Baptist Church, Crawley, and is married to Alissa, with whom he enjoys the blessing of three children. He has authored several books and has blogged at The Wanderer and Reformation21.
Pastor Jim Savastio - Jim has been with Reformed Baptist Church of Louisville since 1990. He was set aside by the church for full time ministry in November of 1991. Jim was brought to faith as a teenager and soon began to experience a desire to preach God’s Word. He trained for the ministry at Columbia Bible College in Columbia, SC (now Columbia International University) and at the Trinity Ministerial Academy in Montville, NJ. He married his wife, Becky in 1989 and they have been blessed with three daughters and one son.
Pastor William Hughes - After 46 years of pastoral ministry in England, Scotland and the United States, Bill is now retired and living back in England. He is a church member in Christ Church Deeside, North Wales and is still actively engaged in preaching. He is a beloved friend and pastor of many on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and his ministries at past family conferences has been greatly appreciated.
Pastor John Grevious - John was drawn savingly to Christ in 1978. He spent many years after conversion seeking and studying the Word of God through several churches. He was given writings on the doctrines of grace and began to love and embrace them in 1990. He came to Reformed Baptist Church of Louisville in 1996 and then was ordained to the elder ship in 1998. He and his wife Venessa are blessed with a son and daughter as well as four grandchildren.