Died • Arthur F. Glasser, prominent academic missiologist and advocate of Jewish evangelism, on December 8 in Seattle, Washington. He was 95.
Died • Hudson Taylor Armerding, fifth president of Wheaton College from 1965-1982 and former president of the National Association of Evangelicals, on December 1 in Carol Stream, Illinois. He was 91.
Died • Oral Roberts, famed Pentecostal evangelist, televangelism pioneer, and founder of Oral Roberts University, on December 15 in Newport Beach, California. He was 91.
Died • Helen Driscoll, trailblazing Southern Baptist educator, on December 6 near New Orleans. She was 93.
Appointed • Gordon Donoho, international president and CEO of Christians in Action Missions International, a 52-year-old missionary sending agency presently active in 21 countries on five continents.
Selected • Brian Mosley, president of BlueFish TV, a Dallas-based producer of small-group Bible studies. Mosley, 31, will also serve as president of The RightNow Campaign, which has offered church leadership development conferences since 2000.
Retiring • Ellen Teague, as finance and administration director of the Baptist World Alliance. Teague has worked at BWA since 1994, and will serve part-time through March.