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Equipped with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Social Work from the University of Southern Indiana and a background in social work, public administration, and missions, Lori Devillez began her career path of serving pregnancy centers in 1992. From 1997-2005 Lori traveled the nation as president of The Heidi Group, an Austin, Texas, organization helping centers developed strategic ministry and providing training in all aspects of pregnancy resource center management. Lori developed a heart for the 100,000-plus university students in Austin, where she moved in 1997. Her vision for a pregnancy center adjacent to the University of Texas campus was realized in January 2005 when the Austin Pregnancy Resource Center opened. In March of that year Lori DeVillez became the executive director of that facility and has since planted 12 more pregnancy resource centers in the Austin area.
Lin Johnson directs the Write-to-Publish Conference in the Chicago area and teaches at writers conferences around the world. She is managing editor of Christian Communicator and author or coauthor of more than 70 books, including Everything the Bible Says about Money, The Smart Guide to the Bible: John, Encouraging Others, Christian Education: Foundations for the Future (co-editor), 2 Timothy & Titus: Fighting the Good Fight, and 1 Timothy: Standing Firm. She has also contributed to several books, including A Complete Guide to Writing for Publication and The NIV Quiet Time Bible. Lin is a Gold Medallion Book Award and an Evangelical Press Association Higher Goals award recipient. She resides in Niles, Illinois.
Dr. Dennis E. “Doc” Hensley has published five dozen books – including seven novels and nine textbooks – as well as more than 150 short stories and 3,500 newspaper and magazine articles. He’s also a recognized authority on the life and works of twentieth-century author Jack London. Dr. Hensley and his wife Rose have a son, Nathan, and a daughter, Jeanette. He served as a sergeant in the United States Army during 1970 and 1971, including 12 months of combat duty in Viet Nam, where he was awarded six medals and five letters of commendation.