is involved in the church.
He has served as president and executive director of the National Association of United Methodist Evangelists.
He has also been active as a representative on the Council of Evangelism of the South Central Jurisdiction.
has been honored by his
peers in receiving the Philip Award, and the Denman award for his
work in evangelism.
is a family man.
wife, Felicia, live in Bedford, Texas.
brings the Word alive with his
messages overflow with warmth and humor, but they're not candy-coated.
relevant approach connects with the struggles that all people share.??Preaching is the communication of the heart of God to those He
The message God has burned into the heart of Wesley Putnam
proclaims the Good News with simplicity and clarity.
After hearing Wesley
preach, you begin to believe that God will really do it.
has presented his
music ministry to local churches, camps and national United Methodist gatherings.
Songs from his
albums have topped contemporary Christian charts in several major cities.
People who have experienced his
entertaining style also know that he
sounds forth a clear call to Christian commitment.
They say that music soothes the savage beast.
It can also heal relationships, mend broken hearts and melt icy souls.
When Wesley sings, he
glorifies the God who can do all that - and more.
has a knack of reaching all age groups with his
That's because it springs from the Word, which meets the deep yearning of all human hearts.
Whether you need to forgive or be forgiven, renew a flagging commitment or draw spiritual strength, God can use the music of Wesley Putnam
to impact your heart.
Carrying on this tradition, Wes
began developing his
narrative talent in 1979.
Since then, he
has thrilled thousands by his
special re-enactments of timeless Bible tales.
Welcome to the mind of Wesley Putnam
, who portrays the rugged old prophet as a Bronx cop, complete with policeman's uniform and New York accent.
"I think of Elijah as one of NIPD's finest," Wes
"That's North Israel's
entrance into religious drama was through the back door.
In 1979, he
began weaving stories for elementary-school children at a Texas church camp.
discovered that his
narrative style captivated the youngsters (and anyone who has worked with children know that their attention resists capture!) After Wesley entered full-time evangelism, a colleague invited him to his
But there was a condition-Wes had to perform a drama.
"I thought I would be run out of the church for sacrilege," Wes recalls.
was the most surprised person in the room when people of all ages reacted with excitement and enthusiasm to what they heard.
Starting that week, God began using his
dramas to reach kids - and youngsters in grown-up bodies with a message of His
love that they could really relate to.
And God is still reaching people today with his
Wesley's dramas reach into walled hearts to show people what the Father is really like.
There's nothing like a bunch of children to bring life to a church!
And during your Dayspring, Wes
can attract a lot of them with his
unique BibleQuest ministry.
The youngsters will love his
blend of music, stories, and fun.
believes that God has even more in store for this inspired program!
usually books over a year out.
You can also send inquiry's to firstname.lastname@example.org . For over 28 years Wesley
has gone to churches of all sizes in nearly every state plus several foreign countries.
, Getting settled in Rayville.
is involved in the church.
He has served as president and executive director of the National Association of United Methodist Evangelists....
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