Gary Campbell received early spiritual guidance and direction from the Pentecostal community in Jersey City, NJ; he participated in music ministries with gifts of singing and playing percussion. He has worked as a counselor with dually diagnosed youth providing insight and preparation to help facilitate independent living skills. In addition he has provided career counseling to youth in the Newark, NJ area. On his journey of self-realization, Gary's creative expressionism lead to freelancing in art and photography. As the thirst for structured truth, wisdom, and creativity increased he was endeared to the teachings of Bishop McKinley whereby he were selected as Assistant Pastor. In the next decade he served as Elder at True Vine Ministries in Jersey City, NJ, teaching and serving under Pastor Roderick Alan. Gary has over 60 articles published on Helium.com and has finished his second book "Quality of Heart" while placing the finishing touches on "Be for Meat" these both will be published in the upcoming later this year. With the advent of the mega-church concept and increased tele-evangelism, noted clergy such as TD Jakes, Joel Osteen, etc... have inspired the conviction that the local churches should align their tenets and agendas to meet the greater goals of mainstream evangelism, as "Where Are The Teachers?" proposes a new way forward that seeks to restructure and retool the discipline of teaching in the church. Gary is available for webinars and teleconferences throughout the year and hosts a blog (www.Whereare.wordpress.com) and website for direct/immediate access.