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Kayla Boone is a Youth Ambassador of Reconciliation and attends The Kings University College in Edmonton, Alberta. 

Jonathan Boone is a teacher at Bulkley Valley Christian School in Smithers, British Columbia. 

Rev. Joel Boot served the CRCNA for three years as interim Executive Director. His term ended in June 2014 with a state of the church address at Synod in which he said, "In a broken world filled with broken people, the initial stance must be a broken heart, and not an argument about a broken law.”

Rev. Joyce Borger is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church serving as the director of Worship Ministries and senior editor of the print and online resource Reformed Worship, where you will often find resources around the theme of creation care.

Mary-Lee Bouma is a missionary in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia and serves as part-time executive director with Resist Exploitation Embrace Dignity (www.embracedignity.org). 

Steve Bouma-Prediger is a Professor of Religion and Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. 

Benjamin Bouwman is currently in his fourth year at Trinity Western University studying Education with hopes of becoming an elementary school teacher. Benjamin was born and raised in Langley, British Columbia, getting involved with youth and music ministry at Willoughby Christian Reformed Church as well as being part of a missions team to Fort Babine, an indigenous reserve near Smithers, BC, through Trinity Western. With a passion for music, people, and the Lord, Benjamin is on a mission to make others feel loved. 

Sarahi Bravo is a Mexican-American immigrant who lives in Sunnyside, Washington. Sarahi worked at Transformation Yakima Valley for 6 years. She is currently a Business Development Officer at Lower Valley Credit Union connecting Spanish speaking families with services.

Carol Bremer-Bennett is World Renew's Director of U.S. operations. Bremer-Bennett is an educator by training, with an M.A. in educational leadership from Western New Mexico University in Gallup. She has served on the Calvin College Board of Trustees and served as a deacon. Bremer-Bennett's  early relationships were formed by her childhood in West Michigan when she was adopted as an infant by Paul and Jackie Bremer. After graduating from Calvin College, she headed to New Mexico to explore her Navajo heritage. She found her place when a Navajo leader ceremonially adopted her as his sister. She and husband Theo Bremer-Bennett have three children of Navajo descent and three of Ethiopian descent.

Joining the Interfaith Center of New York (ICNY) in 2007 as Executive Director, Chloe has furthered ICNY’s mission to bring together grassroots religious leaders with civic officials to address the city’s most pressing concerns. An Episcopal Priest in the Diocese of New York Chloe, Breyer founded and directed the Cathedral Forums on Religion and Public Life at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine from 2000-2003. Following 9/11/2001, she worked on an interfaith initiative to rebuild a mosque in Afghanistan destroyed by U.S. bombs. Chloe is the author of The Close: A Young Woman’s First Year at Seminary (Basic Books 2000) with chapter contributions to What Can One Person Do? Faith to Heal a Broken World (Church Publishing 2005) and Challenging the Christian Right From the Heart of the Gospel (Beacon Press 2006).

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