Sandra Glahn and Terry White were elected to the board during the annual membership meeting held on April 6, 2018, during the convention in Orlando.
The EPA Board of Directors has announced the candidates for two open board positions. An independent committee made up of Mark Winz (Cru Storylines), Deborah St. Lawrence (ONE Magazine), and Daniel Stelzer (Answers) has nominated Sandra Glahn for the position of secretary and Terry White for one of the two advisor positions. The candidates will be presented to the membership for approval at the annual business meeting to be held April 6 during the Orlando convention. Additional nominations may be made by members from the floor during the business meeting. However, it is necessary to confirm, in advance, the ability and willingness to serve by the potential candidate. Their presence is recommended, but not required. In the case of additional nominations from the floor, a vote will be taken during the meeting.
Sandra Glahn teaches journalists in the Media Arts and Worship department at Dallas Theological Seminary. She is a multi-published author of both fiction and non-fiction, a journalist, and a speaker who advocates for thinking that transforms, especially on topics relating to art, gender, sexual intimacy in marriage, and first-century backgrounds as they relate to gender. Sandra’s more than twenty books relate to bioethics, sexuality, and reproductive technologies as well as ten Bible studies in the Coffee Cup Bible Study series. She is a regular blogger at Engage, bible.org’s site for women in Christian leadership, the owner of Aspire Productions, and served as editor-in-chief for Kindred Spirit from 2008 to 2016. A long-time EPA member, Sandra has previously served on the board as an advisor. She has also served on the scholarship committee, conducted person-to-person consultations, and chaired the 2010 Dallas convention.
Terry White is a long-time active member and volunteer for EPA and a current member of the Legacy Council. He has founded, published, or edited eight different EPA publications and now teaches journalism, newspaper, and magazine writing at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. His most recent publication is “Winona at 100: Third Wave Rising,” the centennial history of Winona Lake, Indiana, home to the world’s largest Bible conference and both the home of world-famous evangelist Billy Sunday and the launching point for the ministry of Billy Graham. He is a frequent speaker and workshop leader for Christian writers conferences and has served several colleges as an EPA on-campus ambassador. Terry is a past president of EPA and has served frequently on ad hoc committees. In 2002, EPA awarded Terry the Joseph Bayly Award for Outstanding Service.
Posted March 14, 2018