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Justin Woyak

Christian Union Senior Ministry Fellow

Justin.W2018Justin grew up in Pensacola, Florida, where he came to know Christ at age eleven. In 2009, he graduated from Princeton magna cum laude with a degree in Classics. While at Princeton he served as Christian Union's student president and then as a ministry intern for a year. In 2014, he earned a masters of divinity from Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minneapolis, where he also taught college students as an instructor in Bible and theology until 2016.

Before serving as a Christian Union ministry fellow, Justin was the digital content editor for Christian Union Day and Night. He is blessed with a wonderful wife, Kate, and their two young daughters, Keira and Joy. Justin enjoys tennis and golf, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, Settlers of Catan, good food and root beer, time with friends and family—and seeking God!



Abigail Carreon

Christian Union Ministry Fellow


Abigail2020Abigail grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She graduated with a BA in English, Psychology, and Political Science from Purdue University, with visiting studies at Oxford University.  She earned an MA in Apologetics and MA in Counseling from Luther Rice University and Seminary, specializing in the Problem of Evil and Suffering.  She is currently earning a Master’s of Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute in Pepperdine University’s School of Law. Her past decade of field experience ranges from humanitarian project management, social work, crisis counseling, and human rights research, to itinerant speaking, academy moderation, and organizational liaisonship. 

Abigail developed and co-facilitated a comparative world-views course called Faith and Reasons at UC Berkeley. Formerly the West Coast Regional Director for The Veritas Forum, Abigail continues to serve as a Veritas Host, building teams and supporting forums and special projects at Stanford and UC Berkeley. Additionally, she designs and leads workshops addressing philosophies of human flourishing and mental health at Stanford alongside her wonderful husband, David Carreon.