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“Forthright Press is delighted to release this collection of Stan Mitchell’s articles published in Forthright Magazine, in memory of his dedication to the Lord’s Kingdom and of his faithfulness in writing weekly to encourage and motivate our online readers.
We recommend not only his writings but his whole life as a man of God devoted to serving and sharing the meaning of Scripture. He was always concerned that we practice what was taught. He was a model of compassion and friendship.
Stan was an astute observer of humankind. He could see trends and perceive directions. Above all, he was committed to truth and to reconciliation.
Stan will be missed by his family and friends. His memory and legacy of faithfulness will live on in his good works and good words.” – J. Randal Matheny
About the author:
Stan was born in Abilene, Tex., the son of Loy and Donna Mitchell, missionaries to Zimbabwe. His upbringing was thus in southern Africa. He received a BA and MA from Abilene Christian University, and a Master of Divinity from Pepperdine. He did mission work in Zimbabwe for ten years and preached for ten years in California. For six years, he served as pulpit minister for the church of Christ in Borger, Tex. He was a professor of Bible and missions at Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, Tenn. He was married to the former Marjorie McCarthy, and has one daughter, Tracy.
He authored five books, among them, The Wise Get Wiser, and the Foolish More Foolish, and Give the Winds a Mighty Voice: Our Worship in Song.
Stan wrote the column Reality Check. He passed away 19 Feb. 2019.