C. Wess DanielsC. Wess Daniels earned a PhD in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. His areas of interest are church renewal, missiology, participatory culture, contextual theology, and the Quaker tradition. He has been the released minister (pastor) at Camas Friends Church, a Quaker meeting in Camas, WA since 2009. Wess has travelled and taught widely among Friends, including courses at George Fox Seminary and Earlham School of Religion. He served as a co-editor for the publication Spirit Rising: Young Quaker Voices, a book that brought together Young Adult Friends from seventeen countries and the many branches of Friends. Other publications include: "Convergent Friends: The Emergence of Postmodern Quakerism" (2010) in Quaker Studies, "A Faithful Betrayal: The New Quakers" (2010) in Quaker Life, and "I (Hope) I see Dead People" (2012) in Friends Journal. He enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids.