Princeton, New Jersey
Christopher HeslepChristian Union Ministry Director at Princeton
Christopher was born and raised in West Virginia where he attended West Virginia University and earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology. Upon graduating, he moved to Denton, Texas, where he has primarily resided. During his time in Texas, Christopher met his wife Ashley and has been a math & science teacher, a high school principal, and a residence hall director for the University of North Texas. Christopher earned his Master of Theology with a focus in Pastoral Leadership from Dallas Theological Seminary and is currently working on his Doctorate of Educational Ministry from DTS as well. Christopher has also served a three-year stint as an associate pastor at the Grant Evangelical Free Church in Grant, Nebraska.
Christopher and Ashley have two sons, Stedman Phineas and Pax Christopher.
Christian Union Ministry Fellow at Princeton
Cam was born and raise outside of Niagara Falls, New York. Cam most recently taught at Cairn University School of Divinity and was on the Pastoral staff of Living Hope in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
He is a graduate of Cairn University with a bachelor’s degree in Biblical studies and pastoral ministries, and he holds a masters in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary. He also has a doctorate in leadership and spiritual formation from George Fox University, Portland Oregon. He is ordained in the Evangelical Free Church.
Cam has served with Corporate Chaplains of America and taught Bible at Plumstead Christian School.
He was also on staff with Riverstone Church in Yardley, Pennsylvania for 24 years and has served on over 40 short-term missions trips in 5 continents. He has served on two camp boards, Sandy Cove and Camp Orchard Hill. Cam has taught at Uganda Christina University, Ravencrest Torchbearers Centre in Colorado, ALARM’s pastor’s conference in Rwanda and Word of Life Bible Insitute in Hungary. He hopes to train, coach and mentor students in servant living and leadership.
He is a husband and father of four grown children and lives with his wife, Mary in Newtown, Pennsylvania.
Qwynn GrossChristian Union Ministry Fellow at Princeton
D. Qwynn Gross began a vibrant relationship with God after a missionary trip to Toluca, Mexico, in 1986. She has worked in various administrative ministerial roles and has provided leadership to several areas of ministry including worship, small groups, and intercessory prayer. Qwynn is the co-founder of Hope Cathedral in Jackson, New Jersey.
She is known as an inspiring and practical teacher and has created several resources as well as authored books on spiritual devotion: A Pattern for Prayer, A Guide to Consecrated Living, and Teach Me To Pray. She is a conference host and a sought-after speaker at women's conferences, workshops and retreats. A graduate of Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina, Qwynn is married to Trevón, the lead pastor of Hope Cathedral. The two have three children: Trevón, Jr., Dianna, and Sarah.