Darrell Dunham is the founder and President of Margham, Inc., a Christian missionary and benevolence organization that conducts several Christian-sponsored programs in Andhra Pradesh, India. Darrell has traveled to India yearly since 1998.
This past April, Darrell's book, The Yoke, was released. It's a compelling journey of faith, love, forgiveness and redemption. It is a must-read for anyone searching for meaning, faith, and spiritual focus in their life. Available on Amazon.
He was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. Although he still considers himself to be a native Alaskan, after he started going to college in the "lower 48" when he was 18 years old, he never went back to Alaska except to visit.
Darrell graduated from law school and obtained an advanced degree in law from Harvard University Law School. Then in 1977 he became a Christian. He has remained steadfast in his faith since 1977.
He taught at several law schools, retiring from Southern Illinois Law School in 2003. He has been actively practicing law since 2003. He has tried over 25 jury trials and many more bench trials in his legal career.
Darrell has been married to his wife Elizabeth ("Betsy”) for 48 years. He has five children and eight grandchildren. Two of Darrell's children are adopted, having been born in India.