DiedArthur F. Glasser, prominent academic missiologist and advocate of Jewish evangelism, on December 8 in Seattle, Washington. He was 95.

DiedHudson 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.

DiedOral Roberts, famed Pentecostal evangelist, televangelism pioneer, and founder of Oral Roberts University, on December 15 in Newport Beach, California. He was 91.

DiedHelen 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.

SelectedBrian 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.



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