Rick Ingle brings to the pulpit a rich background of ten years pastoral experience. This has uniquely fitted him for the ministry of full-time evangelist. Before his conversion at the First Baptist Church of Victoria, Texas. Rick was a youth gang leader in the ghettos of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Then 5 years in the Navy and five court martials was his continued story. That was the Rick Ingle story before a July 19 night when he met Jesus Christ, accepted him as Lord, and was transformed by the living Christ.
Shortly after his conversion, Rick entered college and graduated from Eastern and Immanuel Baptist Colleges and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds both a Doctor of Divinity and Doctor of Literature degree. He has conducted over 1500 revival campaigns in some of the largest churches in the Southern Baptist Convention.
The Rick Ingle Story, "From a Ghetto Gang Leader To The Pulpit" has been broadcast world-wide on every continent, and beamed over the former Iron and Bamboo curtains on over 400 radio stations. He is the author of six books. Since 1996 Rick has been conducting Pioneer Mission revivals. The Lord has enabled him to go to these small struggling missions at no cost to the churches. He pays his own travel and living expenses and does not accept any offerings. Pioneer and small church revivals are now being scheduled for next year.
Evangelist Rick Ingle makes his home in Denton, Texas. He and Betty have four children, Debbie, Steve, Becky and Bruce. They have also been blessed with fourteen grandchildren. "Praise The Lord." Rick and Betty have been members of First Baptist Church in Denton for over 30 years.
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