Margaret Feinberg is a speaker, author, and freelance writer known for her unique combination of honesty and humor in identifying with audiences. Her book Twentysomething: Surviving & Thriving in the Real World (W Publishing, 2004) takes an up-close look at the biggest issues facing today's twentys. Her research is based on more than one hundred interviews with pastors, counselors, and researchers, as well as twentys from across the country. Her recent books include Simple Acts of Faith: Heartwarming Stories of One Life Touching Another (a Gold Medallion Nominee), Simple Acts of Friendship: Heartwarming Stories of One Friend Blessing Another (both from Harvest House), and God Whispers: Learning to Hear His Voice (Relevant Books). Additionally, she has coauthored or contributed to another five books and written more than seven hundred articles for publications including CBA Marketplace, Christianity Today, Charisma, New Man, Ministries Today, BookPage, and Christian Retailing. She lives in Juneau, Alaska, with her 6'8" Norwegian husband.

Janella Griggs is a former missionary to Central America, writer, and vice president of Twentys, an organization dedicated to helping young adults navigate the spiritual, emotional, mental, physical and financial changes that normally occur between the ages of twenty and twenty-nine. She is known far and wide for her off-the-cuff humor and unmistakable Southern charm. Janella has written the 2004 International Mission Study (Mexico Times, Woman's Missionary Union, SBC, 2004) guides for national and international ministries. She is an established expert in branding, integrated marketing, and managing stakeholder relationships for maximum return. With an all-out passion for Jesus, love for missions, and zeal for teaching others, she spurs audiences toward an authentic, meaningful relationship with the Savior.

Matthew Paul Turner is a speaker, writer, and visionary who steps outside the expected and into the sublime. He is the former editor of CCM magazine, the nation's leading Christian entertainment publication, and former music and entertainment editor of, the world's largest Christian Web site. Author of The Christian Culture Survival Guide: The Misadventures of an Outsider on the Inside (Relevant Books, 2004) and dozens of published articles for national magazines and Web sites, he is known for shockingly honest portraits of culture, uncompromising passion, and sidesplitting humor. He was a concert booker for the well-known coffee house Jammin' Java and is also the founder of God Culture Ministries. His background as a disengaged "church kid" and his subsequent discovery of true grace lend credibility to a generation of alienated twentys who long for restoration.