Terry Randolph

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Terry Lee Randolph

(Independent Baptist clergyman)

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Born January 13, 1950
Jackson, Michigan

Resident of Phoenix, Arizona

Spouse Mickie A. Randolph

Three children

Terry Lee Randolph (born January 13, 1950)[1] is an Independent Baptist clergyman from Phoenix, Arizona.

A native of Jackson, Michigan, Randolph enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1969 and served in the Philippines, the former South Vietnam, and Thailand. At Clark Air Force Base on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, he was converted to the cause of Jesus Christ through the missionary, Howard Quinlan. In 1978, Randolph graduated from the conservative Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College in San Dimas in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles, California. The institution is now known as Pacific Baptist Bible College. In 1979, Randolph was the founding pastor of the Globe Bible Baptist Church in Globe in Gila County, Arizona. In 1983, he relocated to north Phoenix to begin the fundamentalist Cornerstone Baptist Church. From 1994 to 1999, he was the president of his alma mater, which in 1999 was renamed as Heartland Baptist Bible College and relocated to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2017, he retired as pastor emeritus from Cornerstone, and the church called Randolph's son-in-law, John Roy, as the successor pastor.[2]

Randolph and his wife, Mickie A. Randolph (born 1952), have three children. Since his retirement the couple has traveled across the county in their motor home to conduct special outreach to Independent Baptist churches. In 2018, for instance, he delivered the 45th anniversary sermons for the Bethany Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas, established in 1973 by founding pastor Ross Spencer.

References

  1. Terry Randolph. Mylife.com. Retrieved on August 15, 2001.
  2. Our Staff: Terry Randolph. Cornerstone Baptist Church. Retrieved on August 15, 2018.