Sherman A. Nagel, M.D., is associate professor of biology at Pacific Union College. He was medical director of the Kwahu Hospital in Ghana when he wrote this report. Dr. Nagel spent 24 years in West Africa as a medical missionary.
Barbara Nelson, who writes from Bozeman, Montana, knows whereof she writes. She grew up in a minister's home and then married a pastor. (Her three children now have "ministerial homes" of their own also!)
Julia Neuffer, before her retirement, was an associate book editor at the Review and Herald Publishing Association in Washington, D.C. She is presently at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, where she is assisting Dr. Lawrence T. Geraty in editing the Heshbon reports and other publications.
Dr. Niles is principal of Jaffna Central College, and secretary of the Department of Evangelism of the World Council of Churches. He is also chairman of the World's Student Christian Federation. He is recognized as a leading authority on evangelism and as a winsome evangelist in his own right
Eugenia L. Nitowski, Ph.D., was the excavator of the first rolling-stone tomb found east of the Jordan River at the ancient site of Tell Hesban. She specializes in Byzantine and Early Islamic archeology.