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Ed Elliott

Edward Elliott, a retired communications-business owner, chaired the Africa Leadership Study. He is founder of Oasis International, publisher of the Africa Study Bible. Oasis is devoted to fostering a sustainable Pan-African publishing industry. Elliott was named Alumnus of the Year by the Moody Bible Institute and has served on many boards including Tyndale House Foundation, Moody […]


Robert J. Priest

Curriculum Vitae Robert J. Priest, Ph.D. Professor of Anthropology Taylor University   Education: 1993  Ph.D in Anthropology,  University of California, Berkeley 1983  M.A. (Social Sciences),  University of Chicago 1982  M.Div,  Trinity Evangelical Divinity School 1979  B.A. Biblical Studies,   Columbia International University 1993 Defilement, Moral Purity, and Transgressive Power: The Symbolism of Filth in Aguaruna-Jívaro Culture. […]


Robert J. Priest

Robert J. Priest is G. W. Aldeen Professor of International Studies and Professor of Mission and Anthropology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and holds the Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley. He is former President of the American Society of Missiology (2013-2014). His research and writing have included a focus on race […]


Bob Reekie

Robert B. Reekie, now retired, is co-founder of Media Associates International, Inc., and serves on its board. He has been involved in editorial and Christian publishing as well as management training and consultation for over 40 years with prior academic and business experience in South Africa and the USA.  He was born in South Africa; is a graduate of […]


Mary Kleine Yehling

Mary Kleine Yehling joined Tyndale House Foundation in 1975. As V.P., Executive Director she has had the opportunity and joy to learn about and work with many individuals, organizations, missions and churches with a heart for ministry around the world. She remarks, “We really are a part of “so great a cloud of witnesses” not […]