Buxton, a native of Mississippi, is the author of six books, and served as editor of several religious magazines.
Buxton has a degree in journalism from Samford University in Birmingham, Ala.
He was the next to eldest in a family of 11 children. His parents were “devote Christians.”
“Each night my mother would read scriptures and pray with us,” Buxton said.
He credits this early training with inspiring him to pursue his writing career in religious study.
His books include “This Way to Better Teaching,” a lesson preparation guide for Sunday school teachers; “Ministerial Service Manual,” a how-to volume on weddings, funerals and special occasions; “Expect These Things,” which is in its third printing (Revell); “What About Tomorrow?” (Pathway), which is used as a Bible text at approximately 163 Bible institutes; “End Times” (Pathway); and “The Bible and Today’s News” (Pathway).
“I am humbled that most all of my books have been used in private study, Bible institutes, Sunday school and Family Training Hour,” Buxton said.
Buxton and his wife, Mary, have one daughter, Clynette. The Buxtons reside in Cleveland.
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