Costas Tsevas was born in Koropi, Greece 1961.
After high school he entered the university of Athens and graduate with a B.S. in Economics and Accounting. He worked for several years as accountant in different companies in Greece.
From 1991 to 1997 he served as pioneer missionary for AMG international in Albania, being the director of an orphanage in Vlore, Albania.
From 1998 to 2000 Mr. Tsevas went to the Ionian University Archeology and History to get his professional license in tour guiding.
Since 2003 he has been working as a professional tour guide and coworker of International Center of New Testaments Studies. He is also a teaching elder at the small but very dynamic Evangelical church.
He is married to Dona, a native Albanian lady and has three daughters.
He is one of the three licensed Christian guides out of about 7000 in his country.
He is also a teaching elder at the small but very dynamic Evangelical church.
Present Professional Work
Founder and Director, Asia Minor Research Center, 2007–
Research Associate of the Department of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, University of South Africa, 2005–
Adjunct Professor of Early Christianity, Regent University, 2002–
Academic Writer and Researcher, 2001–
Founder and Director, Seven Churches Network, 2000–
Adjunct Professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary Seattle, 2003
Associate Professor of New Testament, Undergraduate School of Theology, Oral Roberts University, 1997–2001; Courses Taught: New Testament Introduction, Old Testament Introduction, Old Testament Survey, Greek I–II, Intermediate Greek Reading, Pauline Epistles, Johannine Literature, Eschatology and the Book of Revelation, Hebrews and General Epistles, Historical Geography and Archaeology of the New Testament World, Apostolic Fathers, Turkey Study Trip
Adjunct Professor of New Testament, School of Divinity, Regent University, 1993–97, 2002–
Supervisory Editor and General Editor, Living By The Book Discipleship Curriculum, 1989–94
Instructor, Central Indian Bible College (Mobridge, SD), 1982–84
D.Litt. et Phil., Biblical Studies, University of South Africa (Pretoria), 1997
Thesis: A Pie in a Very Bleak Sky? Analysis and Appropriation of the Promise Sayings in the Seven Letters to the Churches in Revelation 2–3
M.A. (summa cum laude), Regent University (VA), 1987
B.A., Trinity Bible College (ND), 1982
Associate of Practical Theology, Christ for the Nations Institute (TX), 1980
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