The Rev. Peter Wallace
President and Executive Producer, Alliance for Christian Media, and Host of "Day1"
The Rev. Peter Wallace has been executive producer of Day1 since March 2001, and on-air host since April 2005. He was elected president of the Alliance for Christian Media in January 2012. A graduate of Marshall University (A.B. in journalism/advertising) and Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.), Peter served as editorial director for Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, 1984-1990, then was senior copywriter and broadcast producer for Larry Smith & Associates Advertising in Atlanta for 11 years. Peter is the author of several books, including The Passionate Jesus: What We Can Learn from Jesus About Love, Grief, Fear, Joy and Living Authentically (SkyLight Paths, 2012); Connected: You and God in the Psalms(Morehouse Publishing, May 2009); Living Loved: Knowing Jesus as the Lover of Your Soul (Seabury Books); Out of the Quiet: Responding to God's Whispered Invitations (NavPress); and TruthQuest Devotional Journal (Broadman & Holman). He has also contributed to many books, study Bibles, devotional guides, magazines, teaching curriculums, and other resources.
The Rev. Canon Louis C. Schueddig
Executive Director - Alliance for Christian Media
In 1983 Canon Schueddig became the executive director of the Episcopal Radio-TV Foundation which became the Episcopal Media Center in 1997. A communications graduate of Northwestern University, he studied for the Episcopal ministry at the Virginia Theological Seminary. When the Protestant Hour merged with the Episcopal Media Center in 2004, Schueddig became its executive director and president. Before beginning his ministry in church communications he served congregations in Wilmette, Illinois and Grand Rapids, Michigan. Over the last quarter of a century he has been involved in numerous award-winning broadcast productions, scores of educational audio and video resources, television spots for local churches and cutting edge Internet technologies.
Production Coordinator/Audio Engineer
Donal Jones is responsible for the high quality sound of Day1. A vital part of this ministry since 1989, Donal oversees all recording sessions and then digitally edits the weekly programs and podcasts. He also helps to produce special programs and projects for the Alliance for Christian Media.
Acting Director of Development
Rebecca Kurziak came to Day1 in 2004 as associate director of development. Today as leader of the development efforts for the Alliance for Christian Media she helps the ministry through its website and email newsletter, fundraising efforts, and project management.
Sherrie Miller has been the warm and pleasant voice of The Protestant Hour and Day1 for a number of years. Sherrie is a popular and highly regarded voice talent heard often on radio and television in the Southeast and across America.
IT Director, Videographer
Simon manages our technology, internet activities, and social media, and shoots and edits most of the videos you find on Day1.org
Chief Financial Officer
Thomas directs the financial affairs of the organization and manages the Episcopal Media Center activities.
The Rev. Dr. Thomas G. Long, chair, is the Bandy professor of preaching at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. An ordained Presbyterian minister, he has written or contributed to 15 books on preaching.
The Rev. Dr. Joanna Adams is a retired Presbyterian minister, having served several churches including Morningside and Trinity Presbyterian Churches in Atlanta, Georgia, and Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois.
The Rev. Dr. Fred R. Anderson is senior pastor of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, New York.
The Rev. Dr. Scott Black Johnston is senior pastor of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, New York.
The Very Rev. Samuel G. Candler is dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, Georgia.
Bishop Kenneth Carter, who leads the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church based in Lakeland, was for many years senior pastor of Providence United Methodist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Rev. Canon Randall Chase Jr. is a retired Episcopal priest, having served as dean of administration at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and chair of the board of Church Publishing, Incorporated.
The Rt. Rev. Michael Curry is bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The Rev. Dr. Lillian Daniel is the senior minister of First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
The Rev. Dr. Timothy C. Downs is conference minister of the Southeastern Conference of the United Church of Christ, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Rev. Dr. Anna Carter Florence is the Peter Marshall associate professor of homiletics at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia.
The Rev. Dr. Mike Graves is the William K. McElvaney Professor of Preaching at St. Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, MO, and a minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Bishop L. Bevel Jones III is the retired bishop of the Western North Carolina conference of the United Methodist Church, and is bishop in residence and trustee emeritus at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Rev. Dr. Cleophus LaRue is the Francis Landey Patton associate professor of homiletics at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. He is ordained by the National Baptist Convention of America.
The Rev. Dr. James B. Lemler is priest-in-charge of Christ Church (Episcopal), Greenwich, Connecticut. He is the former director of mission for the Episcopal Church, and former dean and president of Seabury-Western Theological Seminary.
The Rev. Dr. Bill J. Leonard is founding dean of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity in Winston-Salem, N.C., where he is professor of church history and religion. He is affiliated with the American Baptist Church.
The Rev. Dr. David J. Lose is the Marbury E. Anderson chair in Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad is the Joe R. Engle Professor of Preaching at Union Theological Seminary in New York, New York, and a Lutheran minister.
Ben McDade is coordinator for advancement for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Rev. Dr. Peter W. Marty is senior pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Davenport, Iowa.
The Rev. Daniel Matthews, Jr. is the rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Rev. David Miller is senior pastor of St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Napierville, Illinois. He formerly was editor of The Lutheran magazine and dean of the chapel at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.
The Rev. Dr. William K. Quick is senior pastor emeritus at Metropolitan United Methodist Church in Detroit, Michigan, and a visiting professor at Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina.
The Rev. Dr. C. K. Robertson is Canon to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, headquartered in New York, New York.
The Rev. Dr. William Self is senior pastor of Johns Creek Baptist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, and a leader in the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. He is a trustee of the Alliance for Christian Media.
The Rev. Eric C. Shafer is senior vice president for philanthropy & faith community relations for Odyssey Networks in New York, NY. A Lutheran pastor, he formerly served as director of communications for the ELCA.
The Rev. Dr. Ozzie E. Smith, Jr. is the senior pastor of Covenant United Church of Christ in South Holland, Illinois. He is a trustee of the Alliance for Christian Media.
The Rev. Martha Sterne is associate rector of Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Rev. Dr. Nora Tubbs Tisdale is professor of homiletics at Yale Divinity School, New Haven, Connecticut, and an ordained Presbyterian minister.
The Rev. Dr. Ed Tomlinson is district superintendent of the Atlanta Roswell District of the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. He formerly served as executive assistant to the bishop.
Bishop William H. Willimon served as bishop of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church for 8 years, and now is on the faculty of Duke University Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina.
The Rev. Dr. George Wirth is senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, Georgia.
Leslie Callahan III, Chair
George Hauptfuhrer, Vice Chair
J. Thomas McAfee, Secretary
Walter M. Grant, Treasurer
Mike Starr, Chair Emeritus
The Rev. Peter M. Wallace, President & Executive Producer
Michael J. Ebner
Dr. Jennifer C. Friday
William F. Law, Jr.
The Rev. Dr. Tripp Martin
Jean A. Mori
Amanda Brown Olmstead
The Rev. W. Mark Sargent
The Rev. Dr. William L. Self
The Rev. Dr. Ozzie E. Smith Jr.
Flora Fenner French
Richard D. Harvey
Thomas Ashe Lockhart
Harriet Tumlin Jobson
Bishop L. Bevel Jones III
The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad
Patrick G. Renn
The Rev. Dr. William K. Quick
Glen P. Robinson
The Rev. Dr. Gerald S. Troutman
The Rt. Rev. Don A. Wimberly