Frequent question: Who is the pastor of First Baptist Atlanta?

Who will replace Dr Charles Stanley?

Charles Stanley announced his transition to Pastor Emeritus. We are forever indebted… According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Stanley will be succeeded by senior associate pastor Anthony George, as previously announced when forming the succession plan.

Who is Reverend Anthony George?

Who is Anthony George, the successor for Atlanta megachurch pastor Charles Stanley? Pastor Anthony George felt a little intimidated when he got the call to come to Atlanta to work alongside prominent megachurch pastor Charles F. Stanley. After all, Stanley led a global ministry.

Where is Dr Charles Stanley now?

Charles Frazier Stanley (born 1932) is Pastor Emeritus of First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, after serving as senior pastor for 51 years. He is the founder and president of In Touch Ministries, which widely broadcasts his sermons through television.

Is Dr Charles Stanley currently married?

Charles F. Stanley became the senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Atlanta.

What did Anna Stanley died of?

Charles Stanley took over the First Baptist Church Atlanta after a vicious internal battle that culminated in a man assaulting Stanley. The church, pictured here, is now one of the largest Baptist churches in the nation, with an estimated 15,000 members.

Is Andy Stanley still married?

Stanley now lives outside of Atlanta, GA, with his wife Sandra and their three adult children.

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Is Dr. Charles Stanley retiring from the ministry?

ATLANTA — Charles Stanley is stepping down as senior pastor at First Baptist, he announced today during a pre-recorded streaming service. He is set to transition to Pastor Emeritus, the church announced.

Who is Anna Stanley married to?

It turned out that Charles, who is African American, had a stroke, even though he was only 52 years old. African-American men are at a greater risk of stroke than any other group of men and have strokes at younger ages.