Founder of Bible.org
The founder of Bible.org wishes to remain anonymous (cf. Matt 23:11-12). The Lord gave him a vision for developing an internet platform so that gifted teachers could teach to millions of people by posting their good, solid Bible study material on the web. In 1994 he founded Biblical Studies Foundation (also known as Bible.org). He grew up attending a church in Texas where Hampton Keathley III was pastor for many years.
Hampton Keathley IV, Th.M.
As cofounder of Bible.org 25 years ago Hampton handles a variety of technical items: networks, servers, programming, along with print and electronic publishing. As a Dallas Theological Seminary student Hampton crafted his own Greek and Hebrew fonts and started Galaxie Software when scholars started using PC’s to write their research. He was the first to figure out how to type the Hebrew right to left. Galaxie Software annually produces the renown Theological Journal Library consisting of over thirty evangelical Christian academic journals. It is available in Logos, WORDsearch, Accordance, and online. Hampton is innovative and business minded. His strengths include automation, publishing, and linear thinking. He has a passion for Christian apologetics and is an author on Bible.org.
Bob Deffinbaugh, Th.M.
Bob graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1971. For the past 37 years he has served as the primary teaching elder at Community Bible Chapel in Richardson, Texas. Bob has been involved with Bible.org since its inception. His voluminous Bible studies and sermons are posted on Bible.org. Bob recently retired from his teaching position in the church and now serves as a ministry coordinator and facilitator at Bible.org. Bob’s focus is on acquiring top quality Bible study resources and ministering to those who proclaim God’s Word to others.
Kevin Dodge, Th.M.
Holding degrees from Philadelphia Biblical University and Dallas Theological Seminary he has been digitizing content for Galaxie Software and Bible.org since 2008. Kevin also developed The Pathway to Spiritual Maturity program. His duties include assisting the volunteer translators of Bible.org articles and serving as a virtual doorkeeper in interacting with people for the material to be posted on the site.
As Bible.org's main developer and server administrator Brian keeps the website up and running and improving! Brian has been with Bible.org since June of 2006, and works remotely from Florida.
David Austin MSEE
David is passionate about becoming spiritually mature and helping the Church to be successful in Disciple Making. He is interested in moving to an "Open Source" ministry model; recruiting and teaming with others who are passionate about empowering people to be eternally successful in Christ's Kingdom and to see the body of Christ grow spiritually within the context of the local church across all languages and cultures worldwide.
Gaye-Ellen Austin MSEd
Gaye-Ellen Austin or ( "Miss Gaye") a.k.a. SonShine has a passion to train people to be successful Bible students, that they may teach others to teach yet others (2 Tim 2:15). She taught 15 years in public schools and 12 years in a Christian school where she was coordinator of the NILD program for learning disabled students). "Miss Gaye" as she is known by children, writes the daily devotional for the https://www.facebook.com/bible.org page. and Coordinates the Children's Heart Prints Bloggers.
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