Barry Webb was born into an evangelist's family on November 20, 1959, near Philadelphia, PA. At age four he trusted Christ as his Savior. At twelve, he surrendered his life to the Lord, and at fourteen he preached his first sermon. He traveled with the Hal Webb Team when he could while growing up, and learned about evangelism "first hand." He was active in his local church. He attended Christian school and graduated in 1977. That summer Barry worked with Chris Babcock, again with the Hal Webb Team. In September, Barry began four years of training at Bob Jones University. He and Chris continued to travel on weekends and during summers. After four years of college ministry together, they decided to continue as a second generation evangelistic team. Barry was ordained in June of 1981, after graduation from BJU. On August 28, of that year, he married Cheryl Proper, a pastors' daughter from Pennsylvania, whom he dated all four years at BJU. That September these three formed Family Evangelistic Ministries Association. Chris married in 1983 and the two couples traveled together for six years until in 1987 Chris died suddenly of a brain aneurysm. Since then, Barry, Cheryl, and their two daughters have continued as The Barry Webb Evangelistic Ministries. Barry sings, and plays Baritone, Trombone, and Flugabone horns. He is also a ventriloquist and has had over thirty years in the field of puppetry. He does all of the voices for the twenty puppets that travel with the team in their castle puppet stage. He is also a chalk artist. To visit his website click here:
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