SPEAKERS

Francis Su
Francis Edward Su is the Benediktsson-Karwa Professor of Mathematics at Harvey Mudd College, and former president of the Mathematical Association of America.
He authors the popular Math Fun Facts website and is creator of “MathFeed,” the math news app. His book Mathematics for Human Flourishing, launched January 7, 2020. We will hear from Dr. Su on the intersection of Faith and Science. 

Danisa Suarez
Born in the Dominican Republic, Danisa Suarez migrated to the United States with her husband Jorge 24 years ago. She is an author, international speaker, pioneer, and successful entrepreneur, who believes in women’s God-given potential. Her gifting–speaking about sexuality and identity issues–has opened important doors in the Hispanic world of television, as well as the Anglo. Danisa will open up a conversation for us about Mental Health.

Tanya Crossman
Tanya Crossman is an Australian who has lived most of her adult life in China. She is passionate about supporting Third Culture Kids and cross-cultural families, which she has done over the past 13 years through mentoring, writing, research, and consulting. Tanya is also the author of “Misunderstood: The Impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century” (2016). Tanya will share with us on the subject of Cross Cultural Relationships.

Santosh John
Santosh John lives in Lilburn, GA with his wife Shiny and their three kids. Their story is that of second generation/third culture Indian Americans marked with thrills, complications, controversy and everything else that makes for a great story. It is no wonder that Santosh loves stories and is convinced that the best story is found within the pages of the Bible. He was an IT professional for 20 years before the reckless love of God compelled him to leave the marketplace in 2019 to lovingly serve the last, the least and the lost full time.

MUSICAL GUEST

Ayanda Khumalo
Ayanda Khumalo is a recording musical worship leader and author, with a unique Afrocentric vibe who can shift from hymns to contemporary songs while also being multicultural in everything he does. Born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and now based in Chicago, USA; Ayanda serves as a volunteer Worship leader at the Harvest Bible Chapel Cathedral Campus in Chicago. He is a self-proclaimed food and sports junkie who loves traveling the world meeting people and sharing the Goods News of Jesus Christ through music and books.