Meet the People


Peter A. Lillback, Ph.D.


In addition to leading The Providence Forum, Dr. Lillback is President of Westminster Theological Seminary, where he serves as Professor of Historical Theology. Dr. Lillback received a Ph.D. from Westminster Theological Seminary, a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a B.A. from Cedarville University in Ohio. He is the author of the bestselling George Washington's Sacred Fire (Providence Forum Press), The Binding of God: Calvin's Role in the Development of Covenant Theology (Baker), Freedom's Holy Light - With a Firm Reliance on Divine Providence (Providence Forum Press) and Proclaim Liberty: A Broken Bell Rings Freedom to the World (Providence Forum Press), and author of the Wall of Misconception - Does the Separation of Church and State Mean the Separation of God and Government?,(Providence Forum Press) and Lessons on Liberty - A Primer for Young Patriots (Providence Forum Press).

Senior Staff of The Providence Forum

Curt Cheyney, of Counsel

Christine Blasko, Director of Operations

Lori Stumpfrock, Bookkeeper

Cheryl L Carrillo, Assistant to the Executive Director


Providence Forum Board Members:
Joseph W. Roskos, Esq., Chairman of the Board; President, F/B/O Services Inc.
Pricie Hanna, Board Secretary;Managing Partner, Pricie Hanna consultants
Alexandra K. Thompson, Board Treasurer
Curtis Cheyney III, Esq., Managing Partner, Swartz, Campbell & Detweiler, Attorneys at Law
Eleanor McK. Haupt, Reading Specialist Consultant
Paul A. Reid, Ph.D.,  Retired President of Williamson Free Trade School
Scott M. Jenkins, President, S. M. Jenkins & Co.
John M. Templeton, Jr., M.D., President, John Templeton Foundation; Chairman, Templeton Growth Fund
David Wiedis, Esq., Executive Director of ServingLeaders Ministries

Advisory Board
John M. Boyer

Bob Byer

J. Robert Gillette

Steven T. Huff

Francis Irénée du Pont

Byron Johnson, Ph.D.

Leon Slocomb, Jr.

Winifred Spence
R. David Yost

Also Involved:  Dr. W. Wilson Goode, Former Mayor of Philadelphia, and current organizer of the nationally acclaimed Amachi Program, a national faith-based mentoring model for children of incarcerated parents.



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