Steve Holt


Steve is a father of seven, husband of one, and the founder and Pastor Teacher of The Road @ Chapel Hills and Outlier University. Before starting The Road, Steve and his wife, Liz, were missionaries in Japan for ten years, and came to Colorado Springs in 1994 to plant Mountain Springs Church. The Road was planted in 2014 after 40 days of fasting and prayer. Steve is author of The God Wild Marriage and Worshipper Warrior, 21-Day Journey into the Dangerous Life of David. Steve has a Doctorate of Divinity (D.D.) from Master’s Seminary and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Missiology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of University of Georgia where he was a scholarship athlete in gymnastics.

Stu Orr


Stu and Gale both lost their spouses to cancer and are relative newly weds.  Their goal is to “Finish Well 10x,” and they have it emblazoned on their Bibles. Stu has taught Biblical worldview and Christian apologetics in numerous churches throughout Southern California before moving to Colorado Springs to be with his new bride.  He was awarded a Doctor of Laws (L.L.D) from Simon Greenleaf (now Trinity) School of Law after completing his Master of Arts curricula in Christian Apologetics. He holds a Master of Science in Systems Engineering and Operations Research from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Drexel University. Stu is the Co-Founder and Dean of Outlier University. Previously he was President, and later Chairman of the Board of Simon Greenleaf School of Law. He has been on the Board of Advisors for Trinity Law School, and the Board of Directors for the Museum of Biblical and Sacred Writings. He co-founded IASC (the Institute of Apologetics in the Study of Christianity). Stu has been a bi-vocational Christian leader for over three decades working professionally as an information technology business executive, and software company founder.

Alex Marquiz


Alex Marquez has been a principal and teacher for almost three decades and has developed and presented several seminars through the years to encourage people to have better, more Christ-like relationships. He and his wife, Ruthie, have enjoyed their marriage for over 28 years, and desire to see others stay strong in their relationships. Alex has taught Bible studies, preached in several churches, and is committed to making presentations relevant, exciting, energetic, engaging, and fun.

Jay Inman


Jay Inman has a Master’s Degree in History and lives in Colorado with his wife, kids, and grandkids in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. He is an Enterprise Digital Architect at Microsoft and U.S. Army Retired, having walked physical and digital sands along the axis of the Euphrates, across Central Asia, to the Bay of Bengal, and down the front range of the Rocky Mountains. While deployed to Iraq, he stood next to the Euphrates river, Ur of the Chaldees 80 miles north east, Babylon 150 miles south, and Jerusalem several hundred miles west, experiences which framed his first authored books as the Old Testament came to life. He just published Walking at the Top of the World and Fire Magios: Book 1 of the Queens of Armenia. He is working on his third book, The Culling.

Robert Moore


Robert is a Jesus follower, husband of the delightful Loni and proud father of Rebecca and Adam. Robert was raised in an Air Force family with the accompanying travel to over a dozen locations for schooling. He attended S.U.N.Y. @ Stony Brook in New York and obtained degrees in Physics and Computer Science. With the computer industry blossoming all around him and his permanent move to scenic Colorado, he soon turned to programming mini-computers, then micros and networking and finally embedded systems. During the nearly fifty years of working hard, he has prepared and taught over a dozen Church courses in areas such as Creationism vs. Evolution, Artificial Intelligence and understanding the true place for science in our Christian worldview.

Sam Buescher


Born in the Midwest, Samuel’s family moved to Colorado in 2000. Growing up in the Springs, he was a martial arts instructor and earned his second-degree black belt in Taekwondo before graduating high school in 2008. After studying for one year at Pikes Peak Community College he realized God was calling him to a deeper relationship with Him and was led to Calvary Chapel Bible College’s extension campus in Peru. He became involved in mission’s projects around Lima and the Andes Mountains before graduating from the main campus in Murrieta, California with a BA in Biblical Studies. Since graduation, the Lord has led him to serve and lead various youth groups, mission’s trips, outreach projects, street evangelism groups, bible studies, young adult ministries, men’s ministries and more. He is currently studying at Liberty University’s online program and is the Assistant Office Manager at a geotechnical engineering company.

Michael Enos


Michael Enos began hearing God early in his faith journey after coming to know his Savior as a senior in high school.  Hearing God became an essential focus as he was disillusioned with the church while growing up hearing what should be done,  but seeing human failure and hypocrisy in the church.  He began crying out for an authentic relationship with Jesus, desiring to see the supernatural of the Bible become common occurrences in his life.  God answered his prayer, filled Michael with the Holy Spirit. For over 40 years, he has walked in an anointing to hear God and discern truth in complex situations within an engineering profession, several entrepreneurial technology ventures and world-wide ministry trips. Michael is the principal inventor and author of nine patent applications, all of which came from hearing God.  Michael founded a technology-based ministry in Israel 23 years ago and continues his service today supporting and strengthening the local Messianic community.  Michael is passionate about teaching and mentoring others to hear God better and take practical steps of faith to exercise their God-given gifts and calling in family, work and community.

Jody Dillow


Jody (Joseph) Dillow came to Christ while majoring in Electrical Engineering at Oregon State University. Upon graduation he went to Dallas Theological Seminary where he majored in New Testament Greek and received his Th.D. in in Systematic Theology. While there he directed the Campus Crusade work at SMU later at Cornell University in New York. He served as a visiting professor in Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. For 14 years, Jody and Linda ministered behind the Iron Curtain with Biblical Education by Extension (BEE World) and then in 1992 moved to Hong Kong to launch BEE in China, South Korea, Burma, Nepal, Vietnam and the Middle East. For information about this ministry see and Dr. Dillow has written six books including Final Destiny: The Future Reign of the Servant Kings. Jody and Linda have 5 children and 10 grandchildren.

George Stahnke


George Stahnke is a pastoral counselor in the counseling department at Focus on the Family. Stahnke is on the board of directors for Wings of Grace Counseling Services in Colorado Springs and is a member of the Association of Biblical Counselors. He is also an ordained minister, serving in the ministry 40 years, and the Founder/Director of Renewal Ministries of Colorado Springs, which includes private counseling. He served as the Vice President and President of the Colorado Springs Association of Evangelicals for six years. He and his wife, Linda, have been married since 1976 and have five children and 16 grandchildren.

Linda Stahnke


Linda Stahnke is a long-time political and educational activist. While homeschooling their five children, she became involved in talk radio as a legislative analyst and with a PBS Newshour focus group. She was featured as one of the area’s most influential women by the Colorado Springs Gazette. In 2005, she gathered a group to found a local charter school emphasizing character education and partnership with parents. The school grew from 325 students to 750 students and two campuses in four years. In 2015, she published Intentional Parenting: A Guide for Christian Families. Linda has taught Bible studies, founded a Bible college extension in Colorado Springs and a sister school in Ukraine. She is presently the administrator for Springs Initiative and for Outlier University at The Road. George and Linda have been married for 42 years and have 5 children and 16 grandchildren.

Ron J. Lint


BS in Corporate Finance, Virginal Commonwealth University; Masters work in Corporate Finance, University of Denver; Masters’ work in Christian Apologetics, Biola University (earned designation – Certified Apologetics Instructor – a 2-year course of study). Ron was a guest Speaker and guest Instructor at Regent University Graduate School, Virginia Beach, VA (founded by Pat Robertson). Ron attended the Billy Graham School of Public Speaking at The COVE, Ashville, NC. (a 6-day intensive). Ron teaches annually at Ravencrest Chalet Bible School in Estes Park, CO and has spoken at numerous churches on various topics of Apologetics.