Gather with us at Walk by Faith—a weekend conference for Northwestern Ontario—and let's delight in the Word of God together.
Friday 6th and Saturday 7th March 2020.
Dr. Yuille has over twenty years of ministry experience, including serving as a missionary in Portugal, pastoring churches in Ontario and Texas, and teaching at several colleges and seminaries.
In addition to his responsibilities at Heritage, he is an Associate Professor of Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, where he teaches and advises Ph.D. students. Dr. Yuille completed his Ph.D. in historical theology, and he has published an extensive list of academic articles and books in the area of Puritan studies.
Dr. Stephen Yuille has been married to Alison since 1991. They have two daughters, Laura and Emma.
Tom Kelby is president of Hands to the Plow Ministries and president of Table Fellowship Churches.
In his work with Hands to the Plow, Tom develops curriculum designed to teach biblical theology to pastors and leaders in under-resourced areas of the world. In the next few months, Tom will be working with pastors and leaders in Bangladesh (late March) and Brazil (late May). These pastors, then, are tasked with training other leaders. Teams are traveling to other areas as well.
In his work with Table Fellowship, Tom provides leadership and pastoral care for pastors and elder teams. Tom is married to Sarah. They have three children (Annie, Emma, and Jack) and one grandchild (with another on the way in April!). Tom and Sarah live in Wisconsin and are part of Cornerstone Christian Church.
Tom is currently pursuing a PhD from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. The focus of Tom’s research will be on the Psalms and how they are to be read. As a happy extra, Sarah runs a home goods store in Siren, Wisconsin called Barndance & Company. Tom is often found in the back of the shop building custom harvest tables with Sarah.
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