REV. DR. VINOD S. SAILUS is a Presbyter of the Church of South India and serves as Assistant Professor and Acting Head of the Department in the department of Missiology in Gurukul. He has completed his B.D. degree from Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute, Chennai and M.Th. and D.Th (Missiology) from the United Theological College, Bengaluru.
MRS. REBECCA AZARIAH is from the Church of South India (Madras Diocese) and currently serving as Assistant Professor of Missiology at GLTC. She had completed her B.D. and M.Th. studies at the Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute, Chennai. Mrs. Rebecca has sixteen years of teaching experience as Lecturer at the Hindustan Bible Institute, Chennai, Nagaland Bible College, Mokochung, New Life Bible College, Dimapur, Southern Asia Christian College, Chennai, Indian Theological Seminary, Chennai, and Madras Theological Seminary & College, Chennai. She holds various responsibilities such as Staff Secretary, Dean of Martin Luther Library, Gurukul, and Warden of Women’s Hostel. She has presented papers and written a few articles which are published in various national journals. She is also actively involved in preaching in churches of different denominations. She has been guiding several Graduate students in thesis writing.
REV. DR. K. VIJAYAN is an ordained minister of the Evangelical Church of India (ECI) and serves as an Associate Professor and Visiting Faculty of Missiology Department at GLTC, Chennai. He has completed his B.Th. degree from Madras Theological Seminary and College, Chennai(1993-1997) and B.D. from the Serampore College, (2000-2002), Serampore, West Bengal. He earned his M.Th. degree from Aizawl Theological College (ATC) with the specialization in Missiology (2009-2011) and has completed his doctoral studies in the same branch at ATC (2014-2017). Dr. Vijayan has been into pastoral ministry for more than 14 years and has been engaged in teaching ministry simultaneously in different seminaries – GujaratBible College (1997-1999, 2002-2004), Calcutta Bible Seminary (2007-2009, 2011-2014).