Tyndale celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012. This prompted CEO Mark Taylor and Executive Administrative Assistant Bonnie Cain to discuss the need for an archives system to capture significant moments in Tyndale’s history. This conversation led to the beginning of Tyndale’s Living Legacy. Thousands of letters, photos, recordings, reports, and newsletters have been saved in a searchable database since then, with several thousands more to come.
On April 7, 2016, Tyndale employees participated in the Passover Experience with Justin Kron. The purpose of this interactive presentation was to gain a greater understanding of the Jewish roots of our faith and engage in God’s story of redemption through “the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29).
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the mothers in our lives! We at Tyndale House would like to honor a special lady who has played a very important part in our corporate history. Find out more about Mrs. Margaret Taylor, co-founder of Tyndale House Publishers.
Have you wanted to read through the Bible, but been challenged by its complexity? The Wayfinding Bible can help—it’s drawn from the same science that architects and urban planners use to help people find their way from one point to another without getting lost.