James E. Adams holds theological degrees from the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church and Westminster Theological Seminary. With his wife, Nancy, he did missionary work in Colombia, where he helped train pastors and started a church that continues to thrive there. Together they have served Christ for 50 years, and God has blessed them with three children and seven grandchildren, who are all joyfully active in gospel churches in their respective countries. Their son David has founded and runs a non-profit Christian publication company, “Poiema,” in Medellín, Colombia. Jim has authored four books, two in English and two in Spanish. He has pastored Cornerstone Church in Mesa, Arizona since 1980 and teaches theology and preaches at conferences in Spanish and English.