Charles Frazier Stanley is a pastor and writer in the United States. He is an honorary pastor, the first Baptist Church of Egland, Georgia, and has been a senior priest for 49 years. He founded and served as the chairman of the touch department, and he extensively preached in television and broadcasting. From 1984 to 1986, he was the two -year term of the chairman of the Nanzhong Club Conference.
Stanley was born on September 25, 1932 in a paddy fork in Pitts Elwania, Virginia. His father, also known as Charles, died nine months later. Stanley grew up in the rural dried fork in the suburbs of Danville. At the age of 12, he became a rebirth Christian. At the age of 14, he began a Christian service life.
He studied at the University of Richmond and received a bachelor’s degree in art, and then studied at the Southwest Baptist Seemples at Wurgurga and obtained the master of the divine. He also obtained a master’s degree in theology and theological doctoral degree at the Louder Rice Theological Academy in Florida.
Stanley joined the first Baptist Church of Atlanta in 1969 and became a senior priest in 1971.
In 1972, Stanley began an one and a half -hour religious TV show called church hours. In 1977, Stanley founded the mission of the touch department, allowing people around the world to establish a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and strengthen local churches. The Christian Broadcasting Network began in 1978. Since then, the show has been translated into 50 languages. In the United States, there are about 500 radio stations, 300 television channels and several satellite networks, including inspiration networks and trio radio networks. Stanley’s preaching and other audio and video programs can be found on the in -Touch website. The ministry also published the “Touch” magazine. Touch uses radio, television, magazines, and digital media tools to promote the gospel as soon as possible. Stanley removed the name of his ministry from his living Bible.