Arthur Blessit is a travelling Christian preacher, most famous for being involved with George W. Bush's conversion to Christianity on April 3 1984. He is also famous for traveling to war-torn countries such as Lebanon to pray for peace. When he travels he often carries a twelve-foot cross. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Blessit"
Bakht Singh ( 1902- 2000) was one of the greatest of the evangelists in India in general and South India in particular. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bakht Singh"
Saint Bernardino of Siena (sometimes Bernardine) ( September 8 1380 – May 20, 1444) was an Italian preacher, Franciscan missionary and Christian saint famous for the liveliness and effectiveness of his sermons, which stretched out for hours. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bernardino of Siena"
Bill Subritzky, from Auckland, New Zealand, was a lawyer and property developer from the mid 1950s until the mid 1980s. In 1971 he became involved in the Charismatic movement, and became a well-known independent evangelist and healer in many parts of New Zealand and beyond. His company, Universal Homes, mass-produced homes in standard designs and sold them relatively cheaply. It sold 14,000 homes over the 30-year period of Subritzky's involvement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Subritzky"
Chuck Missler is an author, Bible teacher, and founder of the Koinonia House ministry based out of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chuck Missler"
David C K Watson (born 1933-died 1984) was a English Anglican minister, Evangelist and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Watson (evangelist)"
John Edward Decker (born 1935) is a former member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who later became a born-again Christian and evangelist. He converted to the LDS Church at the age of 20, and was ordained to the Melchizedek Priesthood, which is considered customary for adult LDS males. He was considered active in the Church, but was excommunicated from it in October 1976. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ed Decker" You've Got Questions. We've Got http://www.shortopedia.com.
Lady Elizabeth Reid Hope (née Cotton ; December 9 1842– 8 March 1922) was a British evangelist who is generally believed to be the Lady Hope who claimed in 1915 that she had visited the British naturalist Charles Darwin shortly before his death in 1882. Hope claimed that Darwin had recanted his theory of evolution on his deathbed, and accepted Jesus Christ as a savior. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elizabeth Hope"
D. James Kennedy, Ph.D., is Pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and founder of Coral Ridge Ministries, a $37-million-a-year corporation with an audience of 3 million which he founded in 1974. His weekly television program The Coral Ridge Hour is carried on the Trinity Broadcasting Network and INSP, and syndicated on numerous other stations. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Kennedy (televangelist)"
Earlier evangelical scholars/theologians: ...more on Wikipedia about "List of evangelical Christians"
Luis Cabral is a Portuguese Protestant evangelist. Born in Angola around 1965, Cabral was raised in a nominally Catholic household, but was converted to Pentecostalism at the age of 18. After graduating from university with a law degree, Cabral worked for a time in television and in business. He felt his true calling was the ministry and was ordained in his early twenties. He then became as a pastor in the Portuguese branch of the Assemblies of God denomination, taking over a congregation of just seventeen members and building it up to several hundred in five years. He subsequently worked in a church of five thousand, one of the largest Protestant congregations in a country that was overwhelmingly Catholic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Luis Cabral (evangelist)"
Luis Palau (born 1934) is a Christian evangelist native of Buenos Aires, Argentina, presently residing in the United States of America. He claims that he was born again and that he had devoted his life to Christ at the age of 12, and he began preaching at 18. He has preached the Evangelical gospel to millions of people worldwide. He has written numerous books including: ...more on Wikipedia about "Luis Palau"
Born on January 14, 1944 in Long Beach, California to evangelist parents, Marjoe Gortner quickly became the youngest ordained minister in the United States at age 4, at which point he could already preach an entire sermon and quote scripture. His given name is a combination of Mary and Joseph. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marjoe Gortner"
Reverend Percy Warrington, an evangelical parson who created an education empire in the 1920s by purchasing a group of 10 schools in Britain and a girls school in Kenya. The Martyrs' Memorial and Church of England Trust became its trustees. The schools ran into severe financial difficulties during the years of depression in the early 1930s and were rescued by the intervention of the Legal and General Assurance Society. As a result, in 1934, the influence of the Martyrs' Trust was restricted to nominate only one sixth of the Governors of School. The Legal and General mortgages were finally repaid in 1980. The new Allied Schools Council was then set up. He was instrumental in founding St Peter's College, Oxford. ...more on Wikipedia about "Percy Warrington"
Reinhard Bonnke (born 1940 in Königsberg, Germany) is a German charismatic Christian evangelist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Reinhard Bonnke"
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