DR. DAN HUMMEL
Dan is the founder and director of Beacon of Truth Baptist Ministries. He has pastored churches in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Virginia, and South Carolina. God has blessed his ministry over the years with thousands of souls saved and a number of young men and women surrendering to full-time Christian service. Their sending church is Dry Run Independent Baptist Church in Duncansville, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Dee, have given their lives to serve the Lord and reach the lost for Christ.
Doug is the assistant director of Beacon of Truth Baptist Ministries. While attending Bible college, he surrendered to full-time ministry and graduated with a Bachelor of theology degree. He has pastored several churches over the years until accepting the position of assistant director at Beacon of Truth. He resides in Florence, SC with his wife and four daughters. He and his family attend Harmony Baptist Church. Together they desire to be used of the Lord in getting the gospel around the world so that many will come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
Chip is the Shipping Coordinator and Press Operator for Beacon of Truth Baptist Ministries. His wife, Vicky, works in our Bindery and Collating Departments. They joined the ministry full-time in 2008 and are sent out of the Mountain Lake Independent Baptist Church in Oakland, Maryland. They attend Victory Baptist Church in Darlington, South Carolina. It is their burden to send the printed Word of God to folks around the world who have never had it in their language.
After 25 years of ministry as Pastor, Assistant Pastor, School Administrator and pulpit supply. God has redirected Dan to be a part of our ministry. Dan is also a member of Dry Run Independent Baptist Church in Duncansville, Pennsylvania. He joined the team at Beacon of Truth in the fall of 2010 and has truly been a blessing. He is excited to be actively working at getting Scriptures to the untold millions around the World.
Matt has recently joined our team to help with our Scripture Assemblies. He and Dan Stroupe travel from church to church with all the supplies loaded on the truck for folks to collate and staple the illustrated Romans booklets prepared for the mission field.