Tony Weedor is a former adjunct professor at Denver Theological Seminary, and he has worked as the Director of Centerpoint International, a ministry that has been dedicated to rebuilding the moral, intellectual, and spiritual foundations of his native country, Liberia. He and his wife Beth fled a brutal civil war in their native Liberia to come to the United States, where they continued their education and involvement in ministry. Tony has served churches and ministries in several African countries, taught in the philosophy department at Denver Seminary, and ministered with Serving in Mission as a specialist on Islam in Africa. He joined the Afton, Virginiabased organization Advancing Native Missions (ANM) in 2009 and is now ANM’s desk director for Africa and co-director of ANM’s Love for Muslims department. Tony and Beth have four children.