Campus Renewal is blessed to have board members who influence and guide the direction of our movement. The board includes authors, world prayer leaders, and many prominent leaders of game-changing ministries around the nation.
Barry Blenis was the Executive Vice President of Albany Savings Bank (“Albany”) and led the company on a growth path that allowed it to successfully acquire several other banks. Before Albany was bought out, it had grown to assets in the billions, with 109 locations. Mr. Blenis presently runs several small businesses and serves on several boards. He serves as the Chairman of the board for the Capital City Rescue Mission in Albany, NY. This mission is one of the oldest and more well-known rescue missions in America. He also serves on the board of Source of Light Ministries International, as well as several other non-profits. Mr. Blenis resides with his wife in Surprise, New York.
Tony Dale, a British native, grew up in Taiwan and Britain and trained at the world- renowned Royal and Ancient Hospital of St. Bartholomew in London, England. After practicing family medicine in Britain, he and his family moved to the United States in 1987. Mr. Dale and his wife, Felicity, often travel abroad, bringing medical care and the Gospel to the nations. They are also actively involved in the house church movement, spending much of their free time supporting the publishing company they started, House2House Ministries, and publishing books on the subject of simplifying churches. Mr. Dale is very committed to seeing the poor in the U.S. and abroad receive adequate healthcare in an economically sustainable manner. Recently, he partnered with other like-minded medical and business professionals in Europe to begin a pilot project to bring healthcare to the working poor of India. Mr. Dale also recently founded, and serves as CEO for, SederaHealth – a healthcare company whose “principle goal is to solve the health insurance cost problem for corporate America.” Tony and his wife reside in Austin, Texas.
Dr. David Ferguson, President of Great Commandment Ministries, and his wife, Teresa, have shared a Biblical message of health and relevance for more than twenty-five years. Their passion for seeing the Great Commandment of loving God and loving others lived out among God’s people has led them to impact thousands of ministers and their laity. As co-directors of Great Commandment Network/Intimate Life Ministries, they direct a multi-disciplinary team, serving more than 35,000 churches in the U.S. and abroad by providing training and resources through the strategic partners involved in the Great Commandment Network of denominations, movements and ministries. David serves as co-director of the Center for Relational Leadership which provides training and resources in church, business and community settings. David has a M.Ed. from Texas State University and two doctoral degrees from Oxford Graduate School. He is a member of the Oxford Society of Scholars. David and Teresa have been married for more than forty years and have co-authored several books and numerous articles. They reside in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Cornell (Corkie) Haan served as senior pastor of seven churches in seven states for over 34 years. He attended seminary at Wheaton College Graduate School, received his M.Div. from Bethel University in 1964 and his D.Min. from Bethel in 1996. He has served as a National Facilitator for the Mission America Coalition since 1995, where he either launched or brought into the coalition over 60 networks, and was introduced to and worked with thousands of ministry leaders. Additionally, he co-founded the Presidential Prayer Team and served in the launching of “The Passion of Jesus Christ” film. Dr. Haan also founded Kingdom Connections, a non-profit which serves to connect ministries to resources. He lives in Pheonix, Arizona, with his wife, Ginger. Together they have five sons and seven grandchildren. Dr. Haan has a passion to bring spiritual renewal and revival to the campuses of our nation.
Robert Landrum was born in Bristol, Tennessee where he graduated from King College. He then attended the University of Texas at Austin and received a Masters Degree in Mathematics as well as a Masters in Computer Science. Currently, Mr. Landrum is a computer programmer with the consulting firm of Booz/Allen/Hamilton in McClean, VA, where he does JAVA programming with a specialty in mapping software. He also is coauthor of The Garden Club Mystery and a deacon in the Presbyterian Church in America. Mr. Landrum resides in South Riding, VA.
Mike Scott is a commercial and movie producer of over 25 films and hundreds of television commercials, as well as the hit series, “Travel the Road”, currently entering its 5th season. He is a founding partner and CEO of Pure Flix, the largest Christian film distribution company in the world. Pure Flix is a Christian movie studio that produces, distributes, and acquires Christ-centered films. Their vision is to influence the global culture for Christ through media. Mr. Scott and his wife divide their time between Scottsdale, AZ, and Thailand.
Jeremy Story lives with his wife, Jenny, and their seven children in Austin, Texas. For over 20 years he has worked to encourage and train leaders to fervently pray and work together to transform college campuses. Jeremy has worked with hundreds of campuses and has personally traveled to over 40 states and worked on 5 continents towards this vision. He has consulted with and trained CEO’s of collegiate non-profits, regional leaders, and hundreds of local campus ministers. He currently serves as the President of Campus Renewal, a ministry serving as a national catalyst to convene students and college ministers in united prayer and evangelistic mission to transform college campuses. Jeremy also serves on the Executive Committee of America’s National Prayer Committee, the board of the Awakening America Alliance, the Board of The National Day of Prayer, and the Executive Board of Intercessors for America.