Beam Honored with E. A. McDowell Award
During a general session of the South Carolina Baptist Convention Annual Meeting on November 15, the Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee honored Dr. Tony Beam, NGU Vice President for Student Life and the Director of the Christian Worldview Center, with the 2016 E. A. McDowell Award for the impact he has on culture through his ongoing defense of the faith and his continued articulation of a biblical worldview.
He is the host of Christian Worldview Today, a daily radio program heard on ChristianTalk 660AM and 92.9FM in Greenville, South Carolina, and online at ChristianTalk660.com. Beam has faithfully served the South Carolina Baptist Convention in many ways, including serving on the Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee.
Beam utilizes his platform of Director of the Christian Worldview Center to speak in churches and at conferences about the importance of possessing and clearly expressing the Christian Worldview as it relates to every area of life. He is an ongoing influence on our culture and he defends the Christian faith through the radio program, his teaching, his speaking, and his writing.
He holds a Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Beam is a member of Northwood Baptist Church in Greer, South Carolina.
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