Don Currin

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Don Curran is a full-time itinerant evangelist. His pulpit ministry is directed to preaching to the inner life of the believer and the spiritual need of the lost.

Don was born in Pensacola, Florida, on March 24, 1954 and at the age of seven moved to the Carolinas where he was reared and educated. Upon graduation in 1972 from Graham High School in Graham, North Carolina, he attended Gardner-Webb College to pursue educational interests.

In the Fall of 1974, Don continued his education after a year at home by transferring to Liberty Baptist College in Lynchburg, Virginia. On October 5, 1974, he received Christ as his personal Savior.

Acknowledging the call into evangelism in 1975, many opportunities were provided for Don. These opportunities included serving as a director for the Liberty Baptist College Evangelistic Team and as an assistant to J.O. Grooms in the ministry of Treasure Path to Soul Winning.

After graduation from Liberty Baptist College in 1979, Don entered the ministry of evangelism. It was during this time that God led him into church planting, in which he was both a planter and a consultant. Don began the Fair Havens Baptist Church in Kinston, North Carolina in 1981.

Don and his wife Cindy have four children; Nathan, Aaron, Hannah, and Rachel. Don and his family are members of Calvary Baptist Church, Smyrna, Georgia where he currently serves as an elder.

Don has conducted over 700 local church meetings, retreats, and conferences across North America. His ministry has taken him to the countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Guyana, Russia, Mexico, Greece and Israel.

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