Mark Quay is the Rector, St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Birmingham, Alabama, and the Director of Deliverance Ministries for the Anglican Diocese of the South. He is the President of the Society of Special Pastoral Intervention, a member of the Society of Professors of Christian Education, and also adjunct faculty at Beeson Divinity School. A retired Air Force officer and former science teacher, he has served as a pastor for over 24 years in Pentecostal, Presbyterian, and Anglican churches, and has many years of experience in spiritual deliverance ministry. Fr. Mark has written several articles on Anglican history and is the author of A Minister’s Manual for Spiritual Warfare, published in 2015 by Resource Publications, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers.
Bishop Harvey is a member and the Chairman of the Society for Special Pastoral Intervention. During his 53 years of Ordained Ministry, Bishop Harvey was frequently involved in deliverance ministry, though rarely under that title. While he has no formal training in this field, most of his experience has come from working at the pastoral level. Now, in what some would call the twilight years of ministry, he has become increasingly aware of how intense is this spiritual struggle, and sadly, of how ill equipped so many are to engage in it. Bishop Harvey sees this as one of his last major challenges and an opportunity to compensate for lost opportunities in the past.
The Rev. Craig Isaacs, M.Div., Ph.D.
Dr. Craig Isaacs is member of the Society for Special Pastoral Intervention and one of the original visionaries for an organized exorcism ministry in the Anglican Church of North America. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and licensed marriage and family therapist practicing in San Rafael, California, the Vicar of St. David’s Anglican Church (Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin), and the exorcist for his Diocese. Dr. Isaac’s doctoral dissertation was adapted as a very influential book on ministry to those suffering from demonic oppression, Revelations and Possession: Distinguishing Spiritual From Psychological Experiences (Morris Publishing, 2009). He recently finished a second book on the subject, In Bondage to Evil: Understanding Possession, which is due to be published later this year.
The Rev. Erich P. Junger, Ph.D., a 20-year veteran of the United States Navy, holds degrees in health physics, physician assistant studies, and forensic science. Dr. Junger served as a Deputy Medical Examiner and Chief of the Trace Materials Analysis Laboratory for the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C. After retiring from the military, he served as a detective and later as a crime scene analyst. A member of the Society for Special Pastoral Intervention, Dr. Junger is a priest and diocesan exorcist for the Missionary Diocese of All Saints. His theological education includes degrees in Catholic Theology and Pastoral Counseling. He is currently conducting doctoral research on exorcism and the anatomical and physiological effects of demonic activities on human victims.
The Right Reverend Francis (Frank) R. Lyons, D.Min.
Assisting Bishop, Anglican Diocese of the South
Bishop Lyons is the Assisting Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South, having previously service served as a missionary in Latin America for 25 years under SAMS and in parish ministry in the US. From 2001 to 2012 he was the Bishop of Bolivia. In that role, he provided episcopal oversight not only to his diocese, but also to as many as 40 US parishes during the Anglican realignment. He subsequently served as an assisting bishop for the Diocese of Pittsburgh prior to his current assignment. Bishop Lyons holds degrees from Wheaton College, Wheaton Graduate School, Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Carey Theological College. He is a New Testament scholar and missiologist with considerable deliverance ministry experience.
Carey Vinzant is an Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Wesley Biblical Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. He is also a priest in the Anglican Diocese of the South. Formerly he served in urban missions, as well as a theological writer and editor for Concordia Publishing House. He is an expert in Medieval and Byzantine theology and church history, as well as mystical theology, hermeneutics, theological anthropology, and philosophical theology. Dr. Vinzant is an assisting priest at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Madison, Mississippi and is also an avid amateur musician.