Questions and Answers

2017 Q&A: 01
Anthony Mathenia, Conrad Mbewe, David Miller, Josh Buice, Matthew Robinson, Nathan Busenitz, Phil Johnson, Tim Challies, Voddie Baucham Reformation 500

Anthony Mathenia

Conrad Mbewe - Dr. Conrad Mbewe (@ConradMbewe) is the current pastor of Kabwata Reformed Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia, Africa. He is widely regarded as the “African Spurgeon.” KBC is presently overseeing the establishment of 20 new Reformed churches in Zambia and Botswana. Conrad writes articles for newspapers and other widely circulated publications. His most recent book is Foundations for the Flock: Truths About the Church for All the Saints. He is also the principal of the Reformed Baptist Preachers College in Zambia. He blogs at A Letter from Kabwata.

David Miller - David Miller (@PreacherMiller) is an evangelist from Heber Springs, AR. He has been preaching the gospel since 1965. He has a degenerative disease known as muscular atrophy that has caused him to lose much of his mobility. God has blessed David with a keen mind and the ability to memorize Scripture. He proclaims the gospel faithfully and loves Jesus supremely.

Josh Buice - Dr. Josh Buice (@JoshBuice) serves as the senior pastor of Pray’s Mill Baptist Church and founding director for the G3 Conference. With a burden for the state of the church and a desire to encourage other pastors, Josh Buice started praying with a fellow pastor on his staff about organizing an effort to form what is now known as the G3 Conference. Josh is married to his wife Kari, and they have four children (2 boys and 2 girls). He has an M.Div. and D.Min. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He writes a blog (Delivered By Grace) and has a passion for expository preaching and sound biblical theology.

Matthew Robinson

Nathan Busenitz - B.A., The Master’s College
M.Div., The Master’s Seminary
Th.M., The Master’s Seminary
Ph.D., The Master’s Seminary

Dr. Nathan Busenitz began teaching at The Master’s College in 2000, as an adjunct faculty member in the Communication Department. In summer 2004, he taught Bibliology and Hermeneutics for TMC’s Center of Professional Studies; and that same year began teaching English Grammar for The Master’s Seminary.

From 2003 to 2009, Nathan served as a full-time member of the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church. During this time, he worked as the director of the Shepherds’ Fellowship, the managing editor of Pulpit magazine, and also as the personal assistant to John MacArthur.

In 2008, Nathan began teaching Historical Theology at The Master’s Seminary, and joined the full-time faculty in 2009. He completed his doctorate in church history, with a specific focus on patristic theology.

Phil Johnson - Phil is the executive director of Grace to You. He has been closely associated with John MacArthur since 1981 and edits most of John’s major books. Phil also maintains several popular websites, including The Spurgeon Archive, The Hall of Church History, and the Pyromaniacs blog. He is an ordained elder and pastor at Grace Community Church. Phil and his wife, Darlene, have three adult children and five grandchildren.

Tim Challies - Tim Challies (@Challies) is husband to Aileen and a father to three young children. Tim is the author and founder of – a site born from the personal devotion of Tim years ago. Tim has been labeled the “Mega-Blogger” of the evangelical world and has been used by the Lord to impact many believers with the truths of Scripture. Tim is a pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario, and is also a co-founder of Cruciform Press.

Voddie Baucham - Voddie Baucham wears many hats. He is a husband, father, pastor, author, professor, conference speaker and church planter. He currently serves as Pastor of Preaching at Grace Family Baptist Church in Spring, TX. He has served as an adjunct professor at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston, TX, and Union University in Jackson, TN. He has also lectured at Southern Seminary.

Voddie makes the Bible clear and demonstrates the relevance of God’s word to everyday life. However, he does so without compromising the centrality of Christ and the gospel. Those who hear him preach find themselves both challenged and encouraged.