Larry Brown Ministries
Turning people from crisis to Christ
“Comfort, comfort My people.” Isaiah 40:1
Reverend Larry Brown has been a traveling minister since 1994 and traveling full-time since January 1999. His ministry has been incorporated as a non-profit organization since 1998. So far Rev. Brown has been to 32 foreign nations and has ministered in 23 US States and in Washington DC.
Reverend Brown was the first guest instructor at Victory Bible College, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia when it opened in September 2006. He would typically make two trips there per school year from 2006 through 2018. His time there was anywhere from one month to three months per mission trip, before branching out to other nations again.
Some Of The Nations Larry Has Traveled To Include:
Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zambia, India, The Philippines, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Mexico, Columbia, Haiti, The Bahamas, England, Scotland, Austria, Italy, The Netherlands, Canada, The United Arab Emirates
Southern University: 1979-1983
RHEMA Bible Training College: 1987-1989
Student Vice President and then President of Students for Christ Ministries at Southern University: 1981-1983
Lay Associate Pastor at Glad Tidings Assembly of God: 1985-1987
Lay Chaplain at the Tulsa Naval Reserve Center: 1989-1994
An employee in the Ministry of Helps at RHEMA Bible Church/Bible College: 1988-1998
Active Duty US Naval Officer: 1983-1987
Counselor at Shadow Mountain Treatment Center: 1987 – 1988
A widower, Rev. Brown was married to Yolanda from 1983 through 2016. They have 3 grown-up daughters and raised Yolanda’s nephew for 7-years into his adulthood.
Their daughter, Larissa, is a full-time missionary based in Thailand. She graduated from RHEMA Bible Training College at the age of 19 and has been serving on the mission field there since July 2009.