by Louis Evans, J. Senior Pastor La Jolla (Calif. Presbyterian Church. Etching on Side 1: WR-6149-F1-S-1 Etching on Side 2: WR-6149-F1-S-2. Great Christian Concepts, Word Records, In. Waco, Texas. There is no date listed anywhere on the album, cover, or transcripts inside which both happened in July 1967.
Louis H. Evans, J. The You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Rev. Louis H. The. All video clips of all the songs are here. All audio materials of Rev. The are presented solely for information. All styles of audio music. Evans Jr. in Sunday's California section incorrectly said he was survived by three children. Evans, the organizing pastor of Bel Air Presbyterian Church, is survived by four children. Evans died Wednesday at his home in Fresno after being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, his son Jamie said. After his discharge, Evans attended a revival meeting led by evangelist Henrietta Mears and felt a call to Christian ministry, his son said. In 1950, Evans married actress Colleen Townsend, who made headlines by saying she was gladly giving up her Hollywood film career to devote her life to her husband and their ministry. After studying at San Francisco Theological Seminary and the University of Edinburgh, he was ordained in 1953 and intended to pursue a missionary career in Africa.
Louis Hadley Evans, Jr. was born June 20, 1926 in Wilmington, California. He died at the age of 82, on Oct. 29, 2008 of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease) at his home in Fresno, California. Evans was one of four children of Marie Egly and the Rev. Louis Hadley Evans S. pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Louis graduated from Hollywood High School where he was . President, before serving in the Navy during WWII. was born in Wilmington, California on June 20, 1926. He graduated from Occidental College in 1950. He received a Bachelor of Divinity degree in 1953 from the San Francisco Theological Seminary and continued his studies for two years in New College at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He was awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree from Tarkio College, Missouri in 1967. He was ordained in 1953 and served as an interim minister at South Kirk, Penicuick, Scotland between 1953 and 1955. Dr. Evans served as Senior Minister at The National Presbyterian Church for 18 years until he retired in 1991. He then began serving as a part-time Minister-at-Large for the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California. He died at his home in Fresno, California of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis on October 29, 2008.
All vinyl records released by "The Rev. A Christian Approach To Racial Violence. was born June 20, 1926. Evans was one of four children of Marie and the Rev. pastor of 1st Presbyterian Hollywood.
Evans attended San Francisco Theological Seminary, the University of Edinburgh, and received a Doctor of Divinity from Tarkio College. A memorial service is planned tentatively for Nov. 8 at First Church in Fresno, Calif. Their son, Jamie Evans, is pastor of the church.
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