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Henry & Norman Blackaby's Bio:
Considered one of the five most influential figures in todayís Christian church, Dr. Henry Blackaby has spent his life in ministry, serving as a church planter, pastor, and missionary. A vibrant speaker, he is the bestselling author of more than a dozen books with over one million books sold, including the classic Experiencing God.

A graduate of the University of British Columbia , Blackaby earned his B.D. and Th.M. degrees from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and holds four honorary doctorate degrees. He served as president of Canadian Baptist Theological College for seven years, as president of the Canadian Southern Baptist Conference, and was on staff at the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

Dr. Blackaby went on to found Blackaby Ministries International in order to help people experience God, and to provide consultative leadership in the life of the Christian community. Today, as president of Blackaby Ministries International, his primary message is an urgent call for spiritual leadership and revival across North America and around the world.

Henry and his wife, Marilynn, have five children and fourteen grandchildren, and make their home near Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr. Norman C. Blackaby serves as vice president of Blackaby Ministries International, where his responsibilities include preaching, leading conferences, and directing the online training center.

Prior to joining Blackaby Ministries, Norman served in Texas as a senior pastor and teaching fellow. He holds a Ph.D. in Biblical Backgrounds and has taught for two Southern Baptist seminaries in the fields of Backgrounds and Spiritual Development.

Norman and his father coauthored Called and Accountable: Discovering Your Place in Godís Eternal Purpose, and Experiencing Prayer with Jesus, the official 2006 National Day of Prayer Book.

He currently resides in Cochrane , Alberta , with his wife, Dana, and their three children, Emily, Douglas, and Anne.

Visit Henry & Norman's website at www.blackaby.org