Coty Pinckney grew up in suburban Washington, DC, and attended Davidson College as an undergraduate. After teaching high school in Kenya, he studied the economics of poor countries at Stanford, earning a doctorate. Coty married Beth DuBose – a fellow Davidson alum – in 1979, and returned to Kenya in 1981 for three years. During this time, God used serious marriage problems to humble Coty and Beth, to bring them to their knees in seeing their own sinfulness and desperate need of God’s saving and sustaining grace.
Fred was born and raised in a small island in the Philippines. He believed the Gospel and committed his life to Christ at the age of 14. He believed that, “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Rom 3:23), and the wages of sin is death (6:23). Fred graduated from Bethel Theological Seminary with an MDiv. degree and served as an apprentice at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, MN. He is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Ministry at Reformed Theological Seminary. His passion is to be a faithful minister of the Word which ultimately means to be in the business of proclaiming the glorious perfection of God. Click to read more…