Hosts

Charlie Dyer

Dr. Charlie Dyer (Th.M. and Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor-at-large of Bible at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and co-host of The Land and the Book radio program. Charlie is an Old Testament scholar and authority on Middle Eastern history and religion who has traveled extensively throughout the Middle East, leading more than a hundred trips over the past 35 years.

Charlie is the author of numerous books, including A Voice in the Wilderness, The Christian Traveler’s Guide to the Holy Land, 30 Days in the Land with Jesus30 Days in the Land of the Psalms, What’s Next?The Rise of Babylon, The ISIS Crisis, Clash of Kingdoms, and Character Counts.

Michael Easley

Dr. Michael Easley’s experience in ministry spans more than 35 years as a gifted Bible teacher and church leader. During his time in ministry, Michael has pastored three churches in Texas, Virginia, and Tennessee. He served as the eighth president of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, and has led over a dozen tours to the Holy Land. Dr. Easley is also a regular conference speaker. His teaching has been featured at Billy Graham’s Training Center The Cove, Moody’s Founder’s Week and Pastors’ Conference, as well as FamilyLife Today Conferences. He is also the author of “Interludes: Prayers and Reflections of a Servant’s Heart” and co-author of “The Da Vinci Code Controversy”. He and his college sweetheart, Cindy, have been married since 1980 and have four adult children. Michael also has an online radio program at michaelincontext.com.

Charlie Boyd

Trenton is the Lead Care Pastor at Fellowship Greenville and has been involved in pastoring and teaching for more than 30 years. Trenton has been married for 32 years to his wife, Dana (who is a surgical nurse and administrator), and has three grown sons, and two grandchildren.

Andy Wileman

Andy has been the Lead Pastor at Grace Bible Church in Dallas for over thirteen years. Prior to that he served on the staff and faculty of Dallas Theological Seminary for eight years and also worked in various businesses in Texas. He and Julie have two grown daughters and five grandchildren.