Levi was baptized in 2001 and currently attends the Simi HIlls Ecclesia outside Los Angeles, CA. He has two young daughters and is an insurance salesman at the company founded by Brother Bob Lloyd!

Levi started the podcast with Chris in 2018. As an avid podcast listener, he wanted to “get the Bible in his feed” and thought that GCT was the perfect thing.

Levi and his wife Jessica love to travel and have visited brethren in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, China, and even Canada.

Together with Levi, Chris helped start the Good Christadelphian Talks Podcast in 2018 after brainstorming an idea during a Men’s Campout around a campfire; for more details on that story listen to episode 100.

Chris was born and raised in Southern California and now lives in Simi Valley with his wife of 12 years (and counting), Kristin, and their 3 boys, Jordan, Noah, and Toby. They attend the Verdugo Hills Christadelphian Ecclesia; if you couldn’t have guessed that from the number of Verdugo Hills talks that he uses for the podcast 😄. Also, check out his website, the Atwood.fyi for more of his musings.

Brian & his wife, Rachel, along with their two daughters, Emma & Aria, live in southern New Jersey and are members of the Moorestown Ecclesia. Brian & Rachel have both been teachers in the past and currently lead their Ecclesia’s Sunday School.

With a deep appreciation for the podcast format and the foundation that had been laid by Chris & Levi, Brian was honored to be asked to join the team in Jan. 2021. Also, be sure to catch up on older episodes of Rachel’s podcast for Sisters called Discerning Daughters.

Jason is the principal of the Heritage School, Los Angeles, heading both its online platform and its on-site location. He teaches Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Greek, and loves a good conversation about the Bible, history, math, or science (basically anything). You can connect with him at jasonhensley.net.

In 2023, Jason was excited to be asked to join the podcast team, and is honored to be a part of it. He hopes that by contributing to the podcast, he can help others to continue to integrate the Bible into their thoughts each week.