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Editorial director: Maria Fennita, Indonesia
- Casthelia Kartika: president of Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Amanat Agung (Great Commission Theological Seminary), Jakarta
- Jimmy Setiawan: founder of WOW (Wonders Of Worship) Ministry, Jakarta
- Wahyu Pramudya: lead pastor of Gereja Kristen Indonesia Ngagel (Indonesian Christian Church Ngagel), Surabaya, and founder of ributrukun.net
Editorial director: Léo Lehmann, Belgium
- Maxime Pierre-Pierre, Haiti: pastor, teacher, Séminaire de Théologie Évangélique de Port-au-Prince (Evangelical Theological Seminary of Port-au Prince)
- Alphonse Teyabe, Cameroon: PhD, pastor, researcher, and communications consultant
- Marie-Noëlle Yoder, Switzerland: pastor, teacher, and director of French-speaking department, Centre de Formation du Bienenberg (Bienenberg Training Center)
Editorial director: Marisa Lopes, Brazil
Project coordinator: Mariana Albuquerque, Brazil
- Aldair Queiroz, Brazil: pastor of Igreja Missão Paixão e Compaixão (Passion and Compassion Mission Church), master of theology degree
- Rômulo Monteiro, Brazil: pastor of Primeira Igreja Batista de Aquiraz (First Baptist Church of Aquiraz), director of Instituto de Teologia Semear (Semear Institute of Theology), theologian and writer
- Tiago Rossi, Brazil: postgraduate work in theology, PhD in international relations/Kuyperian political thinking
- Carlos Marques, Brazil: pastor of Igreja Batista (Baptist Church), theologian, and podcaster
Editorial director: Livia Giselle Seidel, Mexico/United States
Project coordinator: Sofía Castillo, Argentina
- Luis Fajardo, Spain: general director of Sociedad Bíblica (Bible Society of Spain), elder at the Asamblea de Hermanos in Valladolid, and professor of biblical Hebrew
- Harold Segura, Colombia: pastor, theologian, and director of World Vision's Faith and Development Department for Latin America and the Caribbean
- Gonzalo Chacón, Costa Rica: pastor, missionary to indigenous peoples of Central America, and invited professor at Escuela de Estudios Pastorales ESEPA (Pastoral Studies School)
- Noa Alarcón, Spain: writer and translator specializing in theology and biblical studies, student of Hispanic and Hebrew philology
- Óscar Fernández, Panama/El Salvador/Costa Rica: theologian and doctoral candidate in socioreligious studies, coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean of Global Proclamation Academies (Academias de Proclamación Global), member of the board of directors at RREACH (Ramesh Richard Evangelism and Church Health) ministry
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