tyree byndom

Today Paul Pepper visits with MU Theatre Dept. Chair, HEATHER CARVER, about Samuel Beckett's "Endgame," opening TONIGHT at the Corner Playhouse on the MU campus. At [4:28] TYREE BYNDOM talks about Columbia's Job Point, which focuses on 'helping people transition into meaningful work.' Awareness is not as obvious as you might think, however, and so Tyree shares with us how he finds and then reaches out to those in need. February 4, 2015

Photo courtesy Tyree Byndom, via Facebook.

COLUMBIA—Tyree Byndom, the first American Bah’i to run for political office wrapped up election night in a surprising way. Byndom was joined by many friends and family at The Heidelberg awaiting election results.

Byndom is an untraditional candidate because he says through his faith he seeks to avoid contention and that prevented him from participating in many candidacy events.

Byndom making Baha’i history with City Council run

Feb 11, 2014
Photo courtesy Tyree Byndom, via Facebook.

This story was originally published on Columbia Faith & Values (ColumbiaFAVS.com).

Tyree Byndom’s decision to jump in to the City Council race for the First Ward representative spot involved serious prayer. There was the typical prayer seeking God’s guidance. After hearing “yes” coming from that place deep in his spirit, Byndom had to receive sanction from leaders of his faith tradition.

Douglass Park Organizes Neighborhood Association

Nov 9, 2011

Residents in Columbia’s Douglass Park neighborhood are coming together to create a neighborhood organization to better serve the needs of their community.