Arthur Boers has written on the subject of the intersection of Christian faith and daily life for the past thirty years. His current interests include how faithful living impact leadership and how technology is affecting the daily life. He holds the R. J. Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership at Tyndale Seminary (Toronto, Canada).  Boers previously taught pastoral theology at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana. An ordained minister and Benedictine oblate, he served for over sixteen years as a pastor in rural, urban, and church-planting settings in the USA and Canada. His newest book is Living into Focus: Choosing What Matters in an Age of Distractions (Brazos, 2012). Additional Books by Arthur Boers. Boers earned the following degrees: D. Min. with distinction from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, M. Th. in Pastoral Counseling from Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, M. Div. from McCormick Theological Seminary, M.A. in Peace Studies from Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, B.A. University of Western Ontario.  He is the Book Review Editor for Conrad Grebel Review. For many years he served as columnist and editorial advisor for Christian Ministry and The Builder. His articles and reviews have been published in Biblical Preaching Journal, Catholic New Times, Christian Century, Christianity Today, Congregations, Leadership, St. Anthony Messenger, and Sojourners. His writing earned awards from HarperSanFrancisco’s Best Sermons Competition, Academy of Parish Clergy Top Ten Books for Parish Ministry, Associated Church Press, and Evangelical Press Association. He also received a Louisville Christian Faith and Life Grant and a Study Grant for Pastoral Leaders, both from the Louisville Institute. His hobbies include walking, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking. Boers is a Canadian, the oldest son of Dutch immigrants. He has been married to Lorna McDougall since 1980. Their two children, Erin and Paul, both live in the USA.