Evangelist Ron's church

Christian Leadership and Minister's Training Institute
Los Angeles, California 90044

About Evangelist Ron
  • Education: Ed. D, Educational Leadership, Americus University, St. Petersburg, FL, 2002. Ed. M, Education, Human Services, Boston University, Boston, MA, 1985. BA, Psychology, Counseling, Columbia College, Columbia, MO, 1977. BA, Equivalent, in Biblical Studies, Sunset School of Preaching, Lubbock, TX, 1973.
  • Experience: 40 years experience in the ministry of the Lord’s word to congregations of the churches of Christ. Designing, developing, and delivering dynamic lessons and sermons which are biblically based and conform to the Apostle’s charge of being "sound in doctrine." Presenting minister and leadership workshops to prepare prospective men for the church’s leadership positions. Conducting gospel meetings and revivals throughout the brotherhood. Appearing as a guest speaker and lecturer at local and national lectureships, to provide answers from the word of God for the problems and crises facing the churches of Christ. Teaching in institutions dedicated to providing the highest quality of Christian Education. Coaching and mentoring prospective ministers. Presenting personal work and gospel seminars to those who still "hunger and thirst after righteousness." Working within and through the church’s leadership structure to identify, prepare and ordain elders and deacons in the service of Christ. Finally, equipping the church and its leadership in the word of God and with the required resources, to enable them to "edify the body of Christ" and "shepherd the flock of God" with tremendous success, to the glory and honor of God.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Talk to God, and ask for his guidance and strength in your preaching, after you have devoted time, study and preparation in His word.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: An Analytic Review of the New Birth; In Search of A Man; and Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?
  • Family: Married to Dorothy Jean Freeman, 27 years, and have 6 grown children, 9 grand children and 3 great grand children
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: "I preach too long."
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: "Be the man God is pleased with, even if your brothers aren’t."
  • Books that have had an impact: "The Art of Leadership" for training and development of deacons and elders. "The Art of Preaching" for training and development of ministers. "The art of Teaching" for training and development of teachers. "The Art of Evangelism" for training and development of personal workers.
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