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Ep# 238 Evangelistic Preaching w/Al Baker

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Ep# 238 Evangelistic Preaching w/Al Baker

On this episode we will be talking with Al Baker about his new book Evangelistic Preaching in the 21st Century, we wll also hear how he came to know Jesus Christ and discuss open air preaching.

Here is some info about our guest:

Al Baker is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America and has been in the gospel ministry for over thirty-five years. A 1974 graduate of the University of Alabama, he received his Master of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi in 1981. Al's ministry base of operation is Birmingham, Alabama, serving as an Evangelist with Presbyterian Evangelistic Fellowship. Al is the author of three books—Seeking a Revival Culture, Revival Prayer, and Essays on Revival. Prior to his present ministry, Al was the organizing pastor of Christ Community Presbyterian Church, West Hartford, Connecticut, serving there for nine years; and before that he was the pastor for ten years of Golden Isles Presbyterian Church, St. Simons Island, Georgia. Al has long been actively involved in foreign missions to Central and South America, Africa, India, Great Britain, Europe, Japan, and Indonesia, also traveling extensively around the United States preaching in churches and in the streets. Al and Wini have been married for over forty-one years and have three grown sons, three daughter-in-laws, and ten grandchildren.

Al seeks to promote a revival culture in churches by leading revival prayer weekends and preaching Bible conferences on revival and evangelistic themes. He also is working to raise up the next generation of revival and evangelistic preachers like Samuel Davies, the great 18th century Presbyterian preacher from Richmond, Virginia.

You can catch Rev. Baker's website at pefministry.org

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