Eddie B. Lane

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Dr. Eddie B. Lane "founded Bibleway Bible Church because of a desire to influence his community for the cause of Christ and to be involved in the training and preparation of men and women for ministry. By giving Bibleway Bible Church a strong biblical foundation, Lane developed many Christian leaders, including three missionaries.

"Lane’s first introduction to missions came from Wycliffe. He commissioned Gertrude Nicholas, a literacy worker in Papua New Guinea, at Bibleway Bible Church. With Wycliffe, he took a trip to Papua New Guinea to experience missions firsthand. “That trip literally changed my commitment to missions. I have not been the same since,” Lane said. He came back with an appreciation for Bible translation and an earnest desire to be involved.

"Besides being head pastor, Lane served as the associate dean of students for minority services, and associate professor of pastoral ministries, at Dallas Theological Seminary. Lane also founded the Institute for Black Family Renewal, a non-profit organization. He has authored many books on the African American family including, The African American Christian Family and The African American Christian Parent." [1]

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  1. Eddie B. Lane, Wycliffe Bible Translators, accessed December 16, 2008.