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Rev. Rex Humbard

Obituary

Rev. Rex Humbard

Rev. Rex Humbard, 88, died September 21, 2007 in Atlantis, Fla.

Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, the son of a minister and member of the Humbard Family Singers, he grew up in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Noted as America's first Televangelist, Rev. Humbard was well known...

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Dennis Edward Arnold. I use to watch Rev Rex Humbard on Cannel 6 Johnstown, Pa. in the 1960's. May God be with you.

He's surely missed so much.God sure used Bro.Rex to get my attention when he preached on T.V. God bless all

A very important part of my childhood. Listened every Sunday before getting ready for Church..

Pastor humbard was true man of God. He will be truely missed. God Bless your family

It is neither the beginning nor the end of the race that matters; but rather how faithfully you give it your all in between.

Thank you, Rex Humbard, for being faithful to The Calling...and for giving it your all.

--Though dead, you still speak.-- (Hebrews 11:4)

Thank you so much for the way you touched my life with your ministry when I was growing up. I used to listen to you every Sunday morning before I would go to church. God Bless the Humbard Family!!

Ps Fay Menzies

I first started listening to Ps Rex Humbard in the early seventies here in Australia north west Queensland.his Ministry to those who tuned in was Prophectic ,Solid.and refreshing sas well as His Salvation Teaching.I know of many who received the Lord as Saviour in their lounge rooms.I became a Prayer Member and for many years received answers to prayer from this Ministry.a kind and thoughtful pastor through the Humbard Ministry.

I will never forget something Rex said in one of his sermons on television in 1976. He said, "You might get what you want but you might not want what you get." He was referring to asking for the wrong things in life. I have never forgotten his words and they reflect on my life to this day 36 years later.