Clyde Taber is the director and co-founder of the Visual Story Network (VisualStoryNetwork.org), a coalition of 150 organizations and 1000 media missionaries working to expand a global movement of visual story so everyone has the opportunity to encounter Jesus and His kingdom. From 2000 — 2006 he developed new media for the JESUS Film Project including “Magdalena: Released from Shame,” the Damah Film Festival, and “JESUS: Fact or Fiction?” Prior to this he directed the campus ministry in Paris, France and coordinated the campus work of Campus Crusade for Christ throughout North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. Clyde’s wife Shirin is a mother, teacher, and writer (Muslims Next Door, Wanting All the Right Things). Clyde and Shirin are the parents of Quinn, Elena, and Sage. They reside in Foothill Ranch, California.
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