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Jack L. Kincaid is president of Banner Communications Inc. a non-profit multimedia organization that is dedicated to taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the least-reached areas of the world. Jack has served on the boards of directors of SAT-7 North America and the Strategic Resource Group, Inc. Prior to this, Jack served for sixteen years as president of WLYJ-TV (Clarksburg, WV), a commercial television station with an emphasis on Christian programming. He came to West Virginia from CBN-owned WXNE-TV in Boston, Massachusetts where he worked in various levels of production and management. The New York Times bestselling author of "Son of Hamas," Ron Brackin has traveled extensively in the Middle East as an investigative journalist. He was in the West Bank and Gaza during the Al-Aqsa Intifada, on assignment in Baghdad and Mosul after the fall of Iraq and more recently with the rebels and refugees of Southern Sudan and Darfur. He has contributed articles and columns to many publications, including USA Today and The Washington Times. Ron is the author of other books, including: "Nevermore to Die"; "Sweet Persecution"; "You Are Eagerly Invited"; "Sherlock Holmes and The Adventure of the Deadly Illusion"; "Iraq, My Handiwork," and "Dracula - a Bible study." He was a broadcast journalist with WTOP-AM, Post-Newsweek's all-news radio station in Washington D.C. and weekend news anchor on Metromedia's WASH-FM. And he served as a congressional press secretary under the Reagan Administration.

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