The Jewish Historical Society of Delaware in Wilmington chronicles the lives of that state’s Jews.
Havidán Rodríguez is former director of the Disaster Research Center and professor of sociology and criminal justice at the University of Delaware in Newark.
Mark J. Miller is the Emma Smith Morris Professor of political science and international relations at the University of Delaware. His research focuses on comparative immigration and refugee policies, global migration and migration and security.
Joan DelFattore is a professor of English and legal studies at the University of Delaware in Newark, Del. She wrote The Fourth R: Conflicts Over Religion in America’s Public Schools (Yale University Press, 2004) and What Johnny Shouldn’t Read: Textbook Censorship in America (Yale University Press, 1994).
Part of the Evangelical Free Church of America responsible for church planting. Operations divided into 17 districts which support 1,500 congregations across the United States. Based in Minneapolis, Minn.
Oversees church planting for the Souther Baptist Convention. The web site has information in two areas: The church-planting group, which trains, plans, supports and mentors church planters, and the church-planting “village,” an online resource area.
Based in Colorado Springs, Colo. Claims membership of over 4 million people in 13,609 churches in 81 countries and territories including more than 2,000 churches in the United States. Contact Rev. William (Bill) W. Malick, director of church multiplication ministries.
An evangelical church committed to church planting and world missions based in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Has network of over 1,500 churches worldwide. They work alongside existing local churches to help reproduce and plant new Vineyard churches. Michael Gatlin is the national church planting director.