Advisory Board Members

Paul White

As Vice President of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Paul is responsible for developing a full complement of residential products for mixed-use developments. He provides strategic planning advice at the early stages of development including, site selection, market feasibility, product design, inventory mix – and is an expert in sales and marketing with over a decade of Four Seasons experience worldwide.

Paul’s true passion is serving in ministry and his focus is on developing organizational structure and transferring key business principles to church and para-church organizations in an effort to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of Kingdom work.

Paul has a Bachelor’s Degree from Arizona State University and an MBA from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business


Dr. Gary OliverGary Oliver, Ph.D

Gary J. Oliver is a husband, father, university and seminary professor, psychologist, author, Executive Director of the Center for Relationship Enrichment and Professor of Psychology and Practical Theology at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. He received his B.A. from Biola University, a M.Div. from Talbot Theological Seminary, a Th.M. from Fuller Theological Seminary, and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and has over 30 years experience in individual, premarital, marital and family counseling. Serving as a pioneer in the field of marriage enrichment, Dr. Oliver currently teaches, trains and consults with church and parachurch ministries, community organizations, corporations, seminaries, Christian colleges and universities both nationally and internationally. Gary and his wife Linda live in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.


speakers-hargravesTerry Hargrave, Ph.D and Sharon Hargrave, MFT

Terry and Sharon Hargrave travel and speak nationally and internationally on marriage, forgiveness, family dynamics and intergenerational issues. Terry is a professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary and is nationally recognized for his pioneering work with intergenerational families and the development of the Restoration Therapy model. Dr. Hargrave has authored numerous professional articles and eleven books including 5 Days to a New Marriage (Co-authored with Shawn Stoever) and The Essential Humility of Marriage: Honoring the Third Identity in Couple Therapy.

Sharon is the Executive Director of the Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University. She is also the founder of MarriageStrong, a program for leadership marriages, and is an affiliate faculty member in the Marriage and Family Therapy department at Fuller Theological Seminary. Before moving to California, Sharon was in private practice for over 18 years. She specializes in working with couples and intergenerational issues.

Terry and Sharon are highly sought after speakers at retreats, conferences, and church, university, and community events. Their authentic style of sharing, paired with their expert knowledge and outstanding material, allows them to bless any audience or individual they meet.

Terry and Sharon have been married since 1979 and have two adult married children. They currently reside in Pasadena, CA.


 Dr. Archibald Hart, Hart Institute

Dr. Archibald Hart, Senior Professor of Psychology and Dean Emeritus, is well known for his ministry to churches through psychological training, education, and consultation. A former dean of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, he is now retired from full time teaching, but continues to teach two courses in psychology and in his physiological lab research continues to examine issues of stress, depression and anxiety. He has taught for years in the Doctor of Ministry program at the seminary, in addition to his teaching and mentoring responsibilities in the School of Psychology.  Fuller has established two annual scholarships for psychology students as a part of Hart’s legacy.  He is board certified in psychopharmacology and was honored by the American Association of Christian Counselors with their “Caregivers Award” in 1997.

Dr. Hart has published 25 books. His most recent books are Sleep: It Does a Family Good and Thrilled to Death.  Previous books include Stressed or Depressed (co-authored with daughter Dr. Catherine Hart Weber), Safe Haven Marriage (co-authored with daughter Dr. Sharon Hart Morris), Unveiling Depression in Women (written with daughter Dr. Catherine Hart Weber), Unmasking Male Depression and Secrets of Eve (written with daughter Dr. Catherine Hart Weber).

Dr. Hart and his wife Kathleen live in California. They have three daughters, four grandsons, three granddaughters and a delightful dog, Andy.

Contact Dr. Hart at Fuller Seminary, http://www.fuller.edu/academics/faculty/archibald-hart.aspx, email: hart@fuller.edu


Tony Cannariato

Bio coming soon.