As a native African and former Muslim, Pastor Tony Weedor brings a unique perspective to questions about culture and faith. He holds a M.Div./PR-Philosophy from Denver Seminary and has taught Islamic history both at Denver Seminary and at Evangelical Theological College in Ethiopia. He lectured about Islam following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and has spoken before Congress in his native Liberia. Tony currently serves as Muslim Outreach Missions Associate with Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY. He and his wife Beth (also an author) provide educational and material support to Liberia through their Centerpoint International Foundation that has brought needed relief supplies to the country and has built and is now operating Petals of Hope, a school and safe house for girls near Monrovia.