Andrew F. Bush, DMin., has served for more than thirty years internationally in Christian mission in the Philippines, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories. Presently, Andrew is the founding director of the Bethlehem Institute of Peace and Justice Studies, a program of Bethlehem Bible College on the West Bank. He also serves as the pastor of the East Jerusalem International Church. Previous to this Andrew was chair of the Global Studies and Service department at Eastern University where he taught missiology for 15 years. Andrew has authored numerous articles and books including Learning from the Least: Reflections on a Journey in Mission with Palestinian Christians (Wipf & Stock, 2013) and his most recent, Millennials and the Mission of God: A Prophetic Dialogue (Cascade Books, 2017). Andrew holds post-graduate degrees from the École Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem and from Princeton Theological Seminary. Andrew speaks widely in churches, universities, and conferences. His wife Karen serves cross-culturally as a trauma recovery specialist and holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania.