William “Bill” Federer is a nation-wide speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, a publishing company that highlights his research on American roots. The American Minute is his nationally-heard radio program broadcasted by Salem Radio Network and His Faith in History is his nationally-watched television show that airs daily online and through the TCT, Tri-State Christian Television Network. He has appeared on C-SPAN, Fox, NPR and many more television shows and networks. Mr. Federer has also spoken all over the United States including but not limited to events held in Washington D.C., U.S. military bases, national prayer events, graduations, and church conferences.
In addition, William Federer has received recognition for his lectures and writings nationally - most famously an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from American Christian College in 2004; and an Honorary Doctorate of Global Leadership from Midwest University in 2013; George Washington Honor Medal by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. More than 20 books have been published in his name - some of his writings include; "America's God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations”, “Change to Chains”, and “Islamic Conquest - Past & Present”. In 1980, William Federer graduated from St. Louis University with a degree in Accounting/Business Administration. Presently, Mr. Federer and his wife, Susan, live in Virginia and have four grown children.
Dr. Mark David Hall is currently a Herbert Hoover Distinguished Professor of Politics at George Fox University. Dr. Hall earned his B.A. from Wheaton College and PhD from the University of Virginia, both degrees in political science. From 1993 to 2001, he taught at East Central University as an assistant before becoming an associate professor. His teaching topics include political theory, constitutional law, and religion and politics in America, but his scholarly work focuses primarily on the issues of religion in the American founding era. In 2010, Dr. Hall lectured at the Heritage Foundation, covered by CSPAN, regarding Christianity’s influence on the Founding Fathers and how these founders would not favor the contemporary ideas of church and state. In addition, he has created a web page of religious liberty resources for Christian churches, schools, and other Christian ministries.
He has written or co-edited the following publications; The Political and Legal Philosophy of James Wilson, 1742-1798 (1997), The Founders on God and Government (2004), Collected Works of James Wilson 2 vol. (2007), The Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life (2009), The Sacred Rights of Conscience; Selected Readings on Religious Liberty and Church-State Relations in the American Founding (2009), America’s Forgotten Founders (2011), Roger Sherman and the Creation of the American Republic (Oxford University Press, 2013), Faith and the Founders of the American Republic (Oxford University Press, 2014)
Judge Darrell White served twenty years as an elected officer on the Baton Rouge City Court where he was elected in 1978 and re-elected in 1982, 1988, and 1995 before finally retiring in 1999. He is the Founder and President of the Retired Judges of America. Judge White graduated from LSU in 1968 with a Bachelor of Arts in Governmental Studies and LSU Law Center in 1971. Between 1979-1990, he served as an adjunct Instructor for the LSU Law Center. He retired in 1998 as a Lieutenant Colonel in Louisiana National Guard as a Judge Advocate with over 29 years total military service. Some of his awards include “Minuteman Award” as U.S. Army National Guard's Outstanding Judge Advocate of the Year (1993); Meritorious Service Medal (1998).
Since 2008, he has served as a Hearing Officer for Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors, (www.lslbc.louisiana.gov). Judge White is a member of the following groups; the Gideons International; American Legion Post 38; Military Officers, Association of America; Reserve Officers Association; Baton Rouge and Louisiana, State Bar Associations; National Lawyers Association, Advisory Board of National Council for Bible Curriculum in Public Schools, Board of Reference, Louisiana College Judge Paul Pressler School of Law. Currently, Judge Darrel White lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where is he married to Fran, and they have seven children, (who range in age from 15-40); five grandsons and one granddaughter.
Benjamin “Ben” Kinchlow is best known for co-hosting the 700 Club, but he has also made a name for himself as a minister, author, and businessman. He first came to CBN as a Director of Counseling and later began producing and hosting CBN specials and co-hosting “Taking It To The Streets” radio talk show. After twenty years, Ben decided to leave CBN and pursue independent ministry.
In 1971, Mr. Kinchlow was ordained as an African Methodist Episcopal Church preacher. He served in the United States Air Force for 13 years and later earned his degree in Business Administration from the University of Virginia. Currently, Ben Kinchlow is the C.E.O. of a Christian drug and rehabilitation center, Founder of Americans for Israel, serves on the Board of the National Council Bible Curriculum in Public Schools, Co-Host of the Front Page Jerusalem radio show with Earl Cox and commentator with WorldNetDaily. He has written many books including the best seller Black Yellow Dog and Plan Bread (an autobiography). He was born and raised in small town in Texas. Mr. Kinchlow and his wife Vivian have three sons and six grandchildren.