||Bynoe was born in St Michael, Barbados, British West
Indies. He later came to New York City and was founder of
Bible Truth Church. For decades he conducted an
international ministry, alongside his beloved co-worker
Arthur Benta. Their worldwide ministry was most active in
the West Indies, Panama, Nigeria, and West Africa.
Both, originally associated with the I.B.S.A. (International Bible
Studentís Association), were intimate associates of A.E.
Knoch, E.H. Clayton, William Mealand, John H. Essex, Charles
Peart, and J.W. Bailey (of the Concordant Tabernacle,
Brooklyn). Capable students and teachers of Scripture, they
often conducted and participated in conferences across the
US and abroad. For many years they oversaw the Concordant
Scripture Students which met weekly in Harlem.
Bynoeís extensive evangelistic efforts in Jamaica, which
began in Jamaica in 1925, resulted in 12 assemblies with
about 400 members. He would also go on to become the founder
and managing editor of Grace & Truth magazine, as well as
director of Bible Truth Press.