Dr. Clyde Dupin is one of America's most experienced and successful Crusade Evangelists. He conducted his first city-wide Crusade as a 19-year-old college student. He has traveled more than two million miles in Evangelism and preached face-to-face to over four million people. He has devoted more than 40 years to full-time evangelism and has conducted more than four hundred Crusades. This interdenominational ministry has taken him to 40 different countries. In a Crusade in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 45,000 people attended the final Crusade service. He has conducted nine Crusades in Russia where 37,500 people have made decisions for Christ. He is an ordained minister and devotes most of his time to speaking for area-wide interdenominational Crusades throughout America and missionary Crusades abroad.
He was born and reared near Elizabethtown, Kentucky. He became a Christian at the age of nine and began his ministry as a boy preacher. He received his theological training at United Wesleyan College and later attended the University of Evansville in Indiana. He holds a Doctor of Divinity degree from Southern Wesleyan University in Central, South Carolina. He is listed in Who's Who in Religion and is a member of Delta Epsilon Chi.
Dr. Dupin is known as a gifted communicator of the Gospel whose message is current and relevant. His message speaks to the unchurched and is easily understood. He is the author of three books; New Life In Christ, Wake Up America, and Total Christian Living. His biography, The Evangelist, written by Bob Hill, is an exciting story of twentieth century evangelism. His weekly newspaper column, Religious Viewpoint, is published in newspapers throughout the United States and has a potential one million readers each week.
For ten years he pastored Trinity Wesleyan Church in Evansville, Indiana. Under his leadership the church tripled in both Sunday school and church attendance and became one of the largest churches in the denomination. For ten years he conducted a weekly radio broadcast. He served as President of the Greater Evansville Association of Clergymen and was on the Board of Directors for Tri-State Youth for Christ, Inc.
He was an associate with Bill Glass for six years and served as Vice-president of the Bill Glass Evangelistic Association. Since 1974, he has served as President and Evangelist for the Clyde Dupin Ministries, Inc.
Dr. Dupin is married to the former Grace Spencer, a minister's daughter. They have two married sons in the ministry and a married daughter. The Dupins make their home in Kernersville, North Carolina.

Grace & Clyde Dupin

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