Malcolm Smith
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Malcolm Smith

About Malcolm Smith Malcolm Smith was born in London, England just as Europe was plunged into World War two. His earliest memories were made up of bomb shelters, blitzed buildings and bomb craters to the backdrop of the fear filled faces of parents. He came to faith in Jesus Christ in his early teens and experienced a fullness of the Spirit almost immediately that was to change and redirect his life forever. He began to preach at age fourteen and has over the last decades preached throughout the world. Malcolm Smith is not an evangelist but as he often describes himself, is an evangelist to the evangelized, teaching believers who they are in Christ, the beloved of God and His dwelling place through the Spirit. From the beginning he had a passion to know how the earliest church understood the Gospel as they changed the face of civilization with their message. He soon realized that the focal point of the Gospel was the covenant love of God cascading into creation through Jesus Christ. But more than doctrine, his passion was to discover the way in which the message of God's covenant love worked out in our every day lives and the work place. How do we love one another as He has loved us? He was pastor of a church in New York City where all that he was beginning to understand was put to the test of the broken lives that fill the streets of that city. It was during that time that he found himself traveling through the U.S. as a teacher and leader of the emerging renewal of the Spirit throughout all denominations in the 60's and 70's. These travels extended to almost every continent. He now resides in Bandera, Texas with his wife Nancy who joins him in her ministry of prayer and healing gifts of the Spirit. On the Zoe Ranch he conducts retreats and a non-residential Bible School. He also travels throughout the U.S. conducting retreats and meetings in churches and organizations of all denominations.

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