Pierce, Chuck D.
CHUCK D. PIERCE " is vice president of Global Harvest Ministries and president of Glory of Zion International Ministries. He is the former director of the World Prayer Center and coauthor of the books The Future War of the Church, Possessing Your Inheritance, Ridding Your Home of Spiritual Darkness, The Best is Yet Ahead and Receiving the Word of the Lord. Chuck, his wife, Pam, and their five children live in Denton, Texas.? 000543135|01|AU|Jackson is married with five daughters. 000543148|01|AU|Greenwood is a former associate editor and columnist for Aglow magazine. 000543149|01|AU|Reynolds is a professional quilt artist whose work is widely exhibited in galleries and crafts shows. 000543152|01|AU|Thornhil, a linguist and barrister by training. 000543154|01|AU|Paul L. King, D.Min., Th.D., is a Christian and Missionary Alliance minister and Oral Roberts University professor who oversees the ORU Bible Institute program for local churches and teaches theology and ministry development internationally. An expert on nineteenth- and early twentieth-century classic leaders of faith, healing, and holiness, he has published numerous articles on these leaders and their teaching in popular and academic journals. He and his wife, Kathy, have two grown children and live in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. 000543155|01|AU|Dales has quilts that have been exhibited at the White House, the Smithsonian, and many other distinguished venues. 000543157|01|AU|Berryman is Senior Lecturer in Psy at the Univ of leicester. 000543163|01|AU|Thorpe is a research -Univ of Bristol Dept of Child hl 000543174|01|AU|Aileen McColgan is Professor of Human Rights Law at King's College London. 000543175|01|AU|Douglas C. Foyle is assistant professor in the government department at Wesleyan University. 000543176|01|AU|Robert Lee Riffle (1940-2006) was an internationally recognized authority on palms and tropical plants. His landmark book, "The Tropical Look: An Encyclopedia of Dramatic Landscape Plants" (1998), won an American Horticultural Society Book Award, as did "An Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms" (2003), which he co-wrote with Paul Craft. For 25 years Bob was a strong presence online, answering questions and encouraging gardeners in their endeavors via postings on garden and plant message boards. He generously shared his extensive knowledge gently and with wit as the moderator of the International Palm Society's active PalmTalk message board. Bob was an accomplished pianist, a gifted photographer, and an enthusiastic film buff. He had finished writing the manuscript for the "Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms" when he passed away unexpectedly. 000543181|01|AU|Mclean is the International Bar Association Professor of Law and Ethics in Medicine at Glasgow University. 000543185|01|AU|Keenan was a life member and former director of the Audubon Society of New Hampshire. He pursued his passion for birding for more than 60 years. 000543190|01|AU|Ho Anh Thai is the author of 11 works of fiction and is presently an editor for World Affiars Weekly (Tuan Bao Quoc Te). His short story collection, Behind the Red Mist, is available in English. 000543195|01|AU|Jennifer Trehane and her son have an expanding blueberry business, including a nursery in Dorset, England, that specializes in blueberries, cranberries, and related plants. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in horticulture from the University of Reading and then helped her father plant the first thousand blueberry plants that became the basis of the family business. Her other passion is camellias; she is a past vice president of the International Camellia Society and author of "Camellias". 000543196|01|AU|Maltiz has been gardening and photographing landscapes for 20 years. He is a PhD mathematician and software engineer at Raytheon Corporation in Aurora, Colorado. 000543198|01|AU|Eleni Coundouriotis is assistant professor of English at the University of Connecticut. 000543199|01|AU|Carol Clark has traveled extensively in Asia to gather research on gemstones. As editor of Jewel Siam for many years, she gained firsthand knowledge about the industry in Asia and learned much about the mythology and history of gems. 000543200|01|AU|Roy C. Dicks is a professional librarian, actor, stage director, and music critic (with a particular passion for opera). He is a world-class expert on Beverley Nichols who has contributed forewords and indexes to many Nichols reprints. 000543201|01|AU|Jenna Holst is the author of "Stews," (Hungry Minds, 1998) and "Cooking Soups for Dummies," (Hungry Minds, 2001). Her work has been featured in many national magazines, including "Food & Wine, Weight Watchers," and "Reedbook," She has worked for many years as a food writer, culinary instructor, and consultant. Her clients have included several book publishers as well as PBS and cable television programs. Formerly a resident of New Jersey, she currently lives in South Africa. 000543206|01|AU|Nita Engle, whose work appears in national magazines, is the subject of a PBS documentary, "Wilderness Palette: Nita Engle in Michigan." She lives in Marquette, Michigan. 000543210|01|AU|Jeff Smith has written articles for publications such as "Cinema Journal" and "Velvet Light Trap.