Richard Terrell is Emeritus Professor of Art at Doane College in Crete, Nebraska. He taught in the areas of Fine Arts and Humanities for 44 years in the setting of Liberal Arts colleges, along with interdisciplinary courses in Worldviews. Articles by Mr. Terrell have appeared in Christianity Today, Eternity, Christianity and the Arts, and Christianity and Society. He is a contributing author to the book "The Christian Imagination," edited and written by Dr. Leland Ryken. His book, "Resurrecting the Third Reich" was published in 1994, by Huntington House, Lafayette, LA.
Richard is a working artist and is Director for Ad Lib, a Christian retreat ministry for artists and writers of Christian faith and conviction. The retreat meets annually in Colorado, and brings together artists, writers, and performers for purposes of learning, worship, critique, and Christian fellowship.
Richard lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his wife of 48 years, Louise. They have two grown children and one grandchild. He maintains a studio at the Burkholder Project, a studio facility located in Lincoln's Historic Haymarket District.