Albert J. McCarn
Al McCarn retired from the United States Army in 2012, after a career of nearly 30 years that spanned service on three continents in both peace and war. His education includes a BA in Russian and German from Florida State University, masters degrees in International Relations from the University of Southern California and History from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and doctoral studies in History at the University of Arizona. Since retirement, he has pursued his interest in the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith. He is author of The Barking Fox, a Hebrew Roots blog that served as the incubator of his first book, Give Me A Place Where I May Dwell: An Ephraimite Affirmation. Al is a broadcaster with Hebrew Nation Radio. In 2016 he joined a number of other emerging Ephraimite Hebrews in forming B’ney Yosef North America, an organization dedicated to encouraging and communicating unity and brotherhood among the North American portion of the exiled House of Yosef (Joseph). Al and his wife, Charlayne, are proud parents of daughters Shannon-Rachael and Katie. They and their dog, Blue, make their home in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Peter G. Rambo, Sr.
Pete Rambo is a school bus driver and trainer. He formerly pastored a congregation for 10 years before leading a Messianic congregation and home fellowship. His education includes a BA in Natural Science from Erskine College and a Masters of Divinity from Columbia International University and Biblical Seminary. Since beginning to understand the Hebrew roots of his faith, he has maintained natsab.com, a blog dedicated to sharing what he is learning on this journey of discovery. In 2016 he authored Repairing the Breach, a collection of articles that provide a strong defense for a Christian’s relationship to the Torah and the Messiah. In the same year he was on the founding team for B’ney Yosef North America, an organization dedicated to gathering and encouraging those of the House of Israel. He is married to Kelly and has four sons who help with the small family farm in Newberry, SC.