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Henry Alloway Bio
Dr. Henry O. Alloway, Ph.D. is an author, retired Methodist minister, former teacher, coach, and radio announcer. He spent 23 years teaching in Texas Public Schools at the junior high and high school levels. He also coached basketball, baseball, speech, and drama events. Along with all of this, he served as a radio announcer in football and basketball and announced one State Championship in football. He served as a Methodist Minister for many years and now assists his son-in-law at the Church of the Saviour in Conroe, Texas.
Dr. Alloway earned his Ph.D. in Christian Philosophy from Homestead College of Bible in Orlando, Florida. He has been married to his wife Virginia for 59 years. Together they have 3 children, 9 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren.
An earthquake is devastating! People are killed, wounded, and lives are forever changed. But in this natural disaster, caring people come quickly to their aid.
As a volunteer chaplain in a Texas prison for seven years, I soon discovered that there was something like an earthquake going on in the lives of many of the prisoners. Their understanding was not coming together enough to help them live an acceptable life in society. They needed instruction for understanding to help them break the patterns that had caused their failures. They needed help just like earthquake victims, only in a different way. Many of their needs were catastrophic. I was able to see that understanding in some of these areas of life could help them immensely.