Our view of this ministry
David Pawson is now in his 90s and also has a huge number of teaching tapes on a vast number of subjects. I find him extremely helpful. He is also easy to understand and highly accurate. He is often controversial, but only because he is willing to tell the truth and say things that other people dare not say. I heartily recommend him. He holds a different view to me over the question of the ‘rapture’ of the church. He feels that Christians will not be spared the terrible suffering of the years of the tribulation, i.e. when the antichrist comes.
Who knows, perhaps he is right and I am wrong. It is well worth listening to David Pawson’s view on that issue. I believe he is one of the most important Bible teachers in the world today. On top of that he is increasingly being used by God as a prophetic figure, speaking out the truth about the condition of the church in the west and God’s judgment on our nations.
What they say about themselves
Born in 1930, David Pawson began his career with a B.Sc. in agriculture at Durham University in England. With a newly acquired farm in Scotland, David was surprised when God intervened and led him to become a Christian minister.
After completing an MA in Theology at Cambridge University, David became a chaplain in the Royal Air Force for three years. David moved on to pastor a number of churches in England including the Millmead Centre in Guildford where under David’s caring leadership, the church became a model for many UK church pastors. In 1979 David was released from Guildford to fulfil a wider ministry to the nation of England and beyond.
David now has had an itinerant ministry predominantly through seminars for church leaders, World wide. Millions of copies of his audio Bible teachings have been distributed to over 120 countries. He is a writer and speaker of urgency, clarity, and uncompromising faithfulness to the Scriptures. He is widely considered to be one of the world’s finest biblical expositors.
David & his wife Enid currently reside in the county of Hampshire in the UK.