Dr. Barbara Cavaness ('75) traveled to Bangalore, India where sixty-two students attended her course at Southern Asia Bible College. While there she worked with Evangelist Theresa D'Souza Greenhough and completed the first draft of her autobiography, Unbelievable, Yet True. The book should be ready for release by February. She will travel to India, Thailand, and Myanmar in 2011.
Everett & Evelyn McKinney (both '77) are AGWM missionaries to Asia Pacific. They recently taught classes in the AG Bible College in Singapore, ministered in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Northern Russia, and taught 80 students in Southern Asia Bible College in Bangalore, India.
Dr. Beth Leembruggen-Kallberg ('79) completed an Honours MA in Counseling with Webster University, Leiden, the Netherlands in August. She is setting up her own business: Dr Elisabeth Leembruggen Consultancy: Counselling, Coaching & Education Services. She is also lead author for the German chapter in State Violence & the Right to Peace, Vol 2, at Praeger Security International.
W. Wayne Craft ('80) passed away January 15th. He was the senior pastor at Living Waters Worship Center in Selma, AL.
Chuck Cox ('84) was honored during Evangel University's homecoming banquet in October for 25 years of service as Director of Alumni Relations.
Dr. Jack Klugh ('88) has been asked to serve on the AG Commission of Chaplains for the next two years.
Mike Cook ('90) was recently profiled on the AG weekly newsfeed. He serves as a phone counselor for the AG National Prayer Center and is the chaplain for Enabled! (http://enabled2serve.com), a ministry to the disabled community recently established by the AG Southern Missouri District.
Eric Russell ('95) passed away on Friday, January 7, 2011. He was Pastor of Abundant Life Church in Evanston, IL.
Dr. Kent Ingle ('02) was recently named president of Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. He was the dean of the College of Ministry at Northwest University in Kirkland, WA. He begins serving his term as president on February 1.
As previously reported, Lucas and Tirtsah Hunt ('04) welcomed Elazar in October. Thank you for allowing us to share the photo!
Caleb Cole ('05) is the new Senior Associate & Young Adult Ministries Pastor at Trinity Life Center in Sacramento, CA. The church is experiencing a complete turnaround from near closing. Average attendance is hovering at 1,000, and the missions program has added over sixty missionaries in just two years.
Jerrod Ramirez ('05) serves as a prison chaplain at the Federal Correctional Complex in Florence, CO. He previously served as a navy chaplain and recently completed a 3-year tour in the navy reserves as a staff chaplain for Marine Aircraft Group 41 out of Ft. Worth, Texas.
Sarah Tarpley ('05) served in the Air Force Reserves as a chaplain before transferring to the U.S. Army as a chaplain. Upon completion of Chaplain Basic Officer Leadership courses, she will be stationed at Fort Bliss, TX with the 4-1 Armored Division.
Richie and Alisha Whitis ('07) welcomed Eliza Faye Whitis last February.
Dr. Jack Smart ('08) was appointed to serve as president for Teen Challenge International USA. He is the former executive director of Teen Challenge International of Mid-America and Teen Challenge of Missouri Boarding Academy.
Matthew and Sarah (Cotton) Rutledge ('09) welcomed Ashlyn Marie on December 14th.
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