Wayman Mitchell

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Wayman Othell Mitchell
Born October 9, 1929
Mitchell, Arkansas, U.S.A
Occupation Preacher, Leader of Christian Fellowship Ministries
Spouse(s) Nelda Mitchell (m. 1953–2016; her death)
Children 6

Wayman Othell Mitchell is the founder of Christian Fellowship Ministries or the Potters House. The Potter's House is a fellowship of 2,500 churches in 112 nations throughout the world with 51 ministering evangelists.[1]

Wayman Mitchell states that he was converted as a born again Christian in 1953 and baptized in the Holy Ghost in 1954. He has been a Pentecostal pastor since 1960. Mitchell conducts "healing crusades," in the many countries where there are Potter's House Churches. Mitchell has been the pastor of many churches in the United States, and also in Perth, Western Australia where he was senior pastor for 3 years.[2]

Early life

Mitchell was born on October 9, 1929, in the town of Mitchell in the US state of Arkansas.[3][4]

Bible school

The Mitchells lived in Los Angeles while he attended L. I. F. E. Bible College in 1957–60, where he completed his Pastorate. Mitchell felt that he was drained of spirituality during this time, and felt that the school focused on academics rather than zealous spirituality. He felt that this was a detour. This greatly affected the way Mitchell discipled ministers, and preferred on-the-job training rather than bible schools.[2]

In-house publications

The latest book is Still Taking the Land

References

  1. "The Potters House - International Directory". Archived from the original on 26 October 2016. https://web.archive.org/web/20161026155349/http://www.pottershouse.com/international-directory/. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 An Open Door a story of the restoration of the local church by Ron Simpkins ISBN 0-918389-01-1
  3. Ron Simpkins (1985). An Open Door. p. 1. ISBN 0-918389-01-1. 
  4. Ian Wilson (1996). In Pursuit of Destiny - Biography of Wayman Mitchell. p. 4. ISBN 0-9699777-1-9. 

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