Ferris, Fred G.

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Pastor and missionary; born Frederick George Ferris, September 13, 1911; educated at Moody Bible Institute (1935-1936), Northern Baptist Theological Seminary (1936-1942), and Aurora University (1942-1943); pastor of several churches in the United States; director of evangelism for the LeTourneau Foundation in Liberia, West Africa, 1953-1957; international executive secretary of World Evangelical Fellowship, 1958-1962.

From the description of Oral history interview with Fred G. Ferris, 1988. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 59109390

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creatorOf Ferris, Fred G. Oral history interview with Fred G. Ferris, 1988. Billy Graham Center Archives, BGC Archives
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associatedWith Ferris, Rosalyn S., person
associatedWith LeTourneau Foundation. corporateBody
associatedWith LeTourneau, Robert Gilmour, 1888- person
associatedWith Moody Bible Institute corporateBody
associatedWith National Association of Evangelicals. corporateBody
associatedWith Tubman, William V. S., 1895-1971. person
associatedWith World Evangelical Fellowship. corporateBody
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Liberia
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Church development, New
Missions
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Conversion
Baptists
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