A Movement not an Organization
The 4/14 Window is a movement, not an organization, but you might find it helpful to know some of the faces that are fueling this movement in North America and around the world.
Dr. Luis Bush considers himself a servant catalyst, often serving the 414 Window Movement speaking at national and regional conferences all over the world. You can learn more about him and the many other Christian leaders from organizations such as Compassion International, World Vision, Awana, and the US Center for World Missions, just to name a few.
The 4/14 Family Challenge in North America is fueled by a growing group of Christian leaders. In 2012 several of these leaders banded together to formally look for ways to strengthen families and empower parents in the United States to pass the faith on to their kids and mobilize churches to equip them. There are many more people involved and this is only a representation of those who are fueling the movement. However, you can feel free to contact any of these leaders in particular if you have questions.
Dr. Scott Turansky, cofounder of the National Center for Biblical Parenting. firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Nagle, Director of Pacific Link. email@example.com
Dr. Roger Theimer, Children’s Pastor at King of Kings Lutheran Church in Omaha Nebraska and also directs Kids Kount Publishing. Roger@kingofkingsomaha.org
Kirk Weaver, founder and Executive Director of Family Time Training. firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Berry, Director of International Program at Awana International. email@example.com
Chris Hogan, president of Noble Call Institute. Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Kurz, Family/Children’s Ministry consultant. Juleenb17@hotmail.com
Mark Gonzales, pastor at Gateway Grace Fellowship in Fort Myers, Florida. email@example.com