Bill Scheurer is Executive Director of On Earth Peace, an ecumenical peace mission founded by people from the Church of the Brethren, and is a frequent speaker on the intersections of peace and faith and politics. He has degrees in Religious Studies and Law, and has worked as a lay minister, lawyer, and technology entrepreneur. Bill and his wife Randi were involved with the peace movement as college students during the Vietnam War, and have been full-time peacebuilders since 2001. They are Co-Coordinators of the Peace Garden Project — a peace garden in every community, and were early members of Military Families Speak Out – a call to bring our troops home and take care of them when they get here. Bill also was the Editor of the PeaceMajority Report — a window on the peace community in America, is a National Council member of the Fellowship of Reconciliation — the biggest and oldest interfaith peace organization in the nation, and is a Board adviser to Save-A-Vet — dedicated to rescuing military and law enforcement dogs and sheltering them with disabled veterans in mutual healing and support.