Biography Of Roberts Liardon


From a young age, Roberts Liardon was destined to become one of the most well known Christian authors and orators of the 20th century. He has, to date, sold over 15 million books worldwide that have been translated into more than 60 languages. Having ministered in over 125 countries to members of the public and world leaders, Liardon is recognized internationally and has experienced great success as an author, public speaker, spiritual leader, church historian, and humanitarian.

Roberts Liardon was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as the first male child born at Oral Roberts University.

As the first male child born at Oral Roberts University—a large charismatic Christian college in the Midwest—his mother named him in honor of the university founder, Oral Roberts. His career in the ministry began at a young age of 13, when he gave his initial public address.

At 17, Liardon published the book, “I Saw Heaven”, which catapulted him into the public eye. The book sold over 1.5 million copies and by the following year, he had become one of the leading public speakers in the Christian community all over the world. This established him as a leading Protestant Church historian, a role he carries with honor to this day. God spoke to Liardon and inspired him to write and produce a book series and DVD series entitled ‘God’s Generals’. Its mission is aimed to chronicle the lives of some of the leading Pentecostal and charismatic leaders. It was an immediate success and became one of the bestselling Christian DVD series in history. In 1990, Roberts Liardon moved to Southern California and founded his worldwide headquarters in Orange County. Here he started one of the largest Christian Churches and Bible Colleges in the region.

List Of Books By Roberts Liardon

The ministry helps millions of lives through the power of the Holy Spirit. Liardon is a significant contributor towards building God’s Kingdom, with the belief that relationships are the key element that bonds the staff at Roberts Liardon Ministries to people around the world. Each year, millions are touched through this worldwide ministry, a genuine resource of victory for the entire Body of Christ.

Roberts Liardon continues to speak to this generation of believers, and reaches out to those who are eager to read and learn relevant messages that draw the heart closer to God. For over 30 years, he has continued to complete a demanding speaking schedule along with writing books and mentoring a new generation of world leaders to effect change for the church and society. From his ministry, Liardon established, financed, and sent almost 500 men and women to various nations on the globe to help those less fortunate.

Roberts Liardon is dedicated to many services that help spread God’s Word across the world. He has been a dedicated and motivational figure among the religious community ever since first meeting God as a young child. Through his ministry’s Home2Home project, he has expanded his services to people in various countries, where he provides ways for people to bring positive change to the world. Liardon does everything he can to assist local communities lead better and more fulfilling lives. He has spent time in Namibia, Africa, where he received permission to go into the schools and educate people on the effects of HIV/AIDS and its prevention and protection through abstinence and medication. Liardon continues to manage and expand his international headquarters in Florida, and his office in London, England.

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  1. I read through the entire Bible Story volume when I was about 8 years old. I was brought up Catholic, so the end of the Bible Story about Pentecost really confused me, and Revelations scared me. Pentecost for me came years later when at age 14 or 15 I was sent to a Group Home because I was truant from school (I was clinically depressed; had seasonal affective disorder). At the Group Home’s church I looked around when the band and singers played and saw people reaching towards the ceiling. I thought “This is the strangest church I’ve ever seen!”

    It sure was. Later there were guest speakers like Hague, Pastor Mark …..from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sister Lucy, Roberts Liardon (I got stuck in the nursery that day, lucky to edify those parents and others attending the service), and many other greats I cannot remember the names of. I was so lucky to be spiritually fed by these people I SHOULD know their names, but memory fails me I suppose.

    I have gone away from Christ, but every time I tune into a preacher saying the Word of God…the Bible…..I am fed spiritually and feel the pull back to the family of Christ; for the entire church of our Lord Jesus is a family, one that is familiar the world over. I remember being in the U.S. Army stationed in South Korea. I was looking for a Pentecostal Christian Church one Sunday and went to the wrong church. I was lucky enough to run into a South Korean lady at the back of the church who spoke English and she was ever so kind and nice I really owe her….she walked me to a church 4 blocks away that was Pentecostal and I thanked her profusely and blessed her in prayer. I to this day wonder why or if the Army base had any kind of Pentecostal church because none was offered or known to me. Thank you Jesus for those sweet, kind Korean people! Amen!

    • Hi Terri. I read through your comment with love and anticipation but ran into a shock when you said you left Christ. Pleas I care to know why if you would be ok with sharing. I’m doing this because I care and hope we can have a discussion about this. I am a survivor who has lost 6 siblings but lucky to be alive because of the goodness of Christ. If you would love to hear from me, kindly reply me at [email protected]. Blessings.

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