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Stephen Broyles taught college for seventeen years, primarily in the area of biblical languages and literature and worked in church development through leadership training by extension, in Basel, Switzerland.

Broyles is the author of The Wind That Destroys and Heals (Shaw Books, WaterBrook Press, 2003). The book is based upon his family’s experience when his wife died when their children were quite young. The book shows that faith and meaning can be found in the universal story of descent into suffering and ascent into the presence of God—a story found in the laments in the Psalms, in the Book of Job, in the experience of Jesus, and in our own life experiences.

He has published over sixty articles in popular and scholarly journals, including Evangelical Quarterly and Restoration Quarterly, and has been a contributor to Every Man’s Bible (Tyndale, 2003) and The New Men’s Devotional Bible (Zondervan, 2006). He has written programming on music and culture as illustrated by composers Rimsky-Korsakov and Stravinsky for World Christian Broadcasting’s Russian language series. These radio segments aired on KNLS as well as Radio One, the major network in the former Soviet Union, and were rebroadcast by Radio Teos in St. Petersburg with simulcast in Moscow.

Broyles holds the M.Div and M.A. degrees from Harding Graduate School, Memphis, Tennessee, and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Alabama. He lives in Amherst, Massachusetts, where he writes, edits, teaches piano, and enjoys his family.

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