This is the first full biography of Raymond T. Richey to examine his complete life and world-wide ministry.
Richey was a nationally known evangelist who led over one million souls to Christ in numerous campaigns in the United States.
He was a pioneer healing evangelist and numerous healing miracles occurred in his campaigns some of whom are recorded here.
He was an important transitional figure from the Azusa Street revival (1906 to 1908) to the post World War II healing revivals (1947 to 1958). He played a leading role in the expansion of Pentecostalism in America.
Raymond T. Richey stands in the front rank of healing evangelists alongside F. F. Bosworth, Aimee McPherson, John G. Lake, Oral Roberts, Jack Coe, and William Branham among others.
J. David Foxworth has studied the subject of revival for over forty years. He has visited many historic revival sites in the United States, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales for the purpose of research and prayer. He founded Lighthouse Christian Church in Montpelier, Vermont and served as senior pastor for fifteen years. In 2011 he earned a Ph.D. in Renewal Studies from Regent University. He served as Department Head of Biblical Studies for Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary in Charlotte, N.C. He is the author of Fire In The Great Mountains: A History of Evangelical Revival in Vermont in the Nineteenth Century (2021). He is married to Patricia (Patty) Foxworth for 32 years. They currently reside in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Raymond T. Richey: The Full Life of a Pioneer Healing Evangelist is his second published work.