The Shepherd’s Chapel, a Gravette, Arkansas-based church and broadcasting facility, with Arnold B. Murray as its previous pastor. Although this background has been investigated and determined to be mostly unsupported, Murray claimed to have a doctorate in theology and to have served in the Korean War as a former U.S. Marine. Nevertheless, Murray was successful in creating a televangelism empire; as of 2015, The Shepherd’s Chapel programmes were seen on more than 200 television stations.
In Waurika, Oklahoma, on April 20, 1929, Pastor Arnold B. Murray was born. Edgar Dude Murray and Casey Brown Murray were his parents. On February 12, 2014, he passed away.
Despite the fact that the Biola University registrar has no record of a person called Arnold Murray enrolling there, Pastor Murray claimed to have attended the institution.
Murray and Anna were wed for 46 years. David Vernon Murray, Dennis Arnold Murray, and Fayezel Jackson were the couple’s children. Dennis took over as The Shepherd’s Chapel’s lead pastor after Pastor Murray passed away. The other surviving members of Murray’s family are his granddaughter Jessica Murray Pike and her husband Luther Pike, as well as his sisters-in-law Marion Murray and Martha Sweeter.
Murray participated in the Incheon landing while serving as a combat Marine in the U.S. Marine Corps. Additionally, he asserted that he had survived the Chosin Reservoir Campaign.
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