Great Revival Speaker Biographies

Pastor Weaver and Bishop Morse


Pastor John Weaver
Biographical Sketch

Pastor John Weaver of Fitzgerald, Georgia is a graduate of Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Theology and attended graduate school at BJU.  He is an author, lecturer, conference speaker, and pastor.  He has been in the Christian ministry over 38 years.  During that time, he has pastored, helped plant churches, Christian schools and has been guest lecturer in Christian colleges.

Pastor Weaver is married and is the father of four children.  He has six grandchildren.

Pastor Weaver is now engaged in an evangelistic and conference ministry and travels across the country expounding the Word of God.  He has preached in America, Canada, and England.  He is the author of the book The Christian and Civil Government, in which he graphically details the responsibilities of both Christians and government.  His second book, The Sovereignty of God and Civil Government deals with the Kingship of Christ and the rebellion of civil government to the role to which Christ has ordained for them.  It is a book that calls for decisive action.  His third book, The Biblical Truth about God's Righteous Vengenace demonstrates that the wicked and rebellious civil rulers shall not go unpunished.

Pastor Weaver has a video and audio tape ministry that reaches into many areas of our country and into Europe, South Africa, Australia, Scotland, and Wales.  He has hundreds of tapes of Biblical expositions on subjects as theology, economics, history, Southern history, constitutionalism, civil government, and practical Christian obedience.

Pastor Weaver is an expositor of the whole Word of God.  His preaching style is in the tradition of those early American pastors whose pulpits were the cradle of Christian liberty in America.



The Rt. Rev. Dan Morse
Biographical Sketch

Address:  Houston, Texas


Birth: Birmingham, Alabama, Nov. 22, 1944 to the Rev. and Mrs. Frank R. Morse as the fourth of seven children and only son among six girls.


Education: Attended elementary and secondary school in Birmingham; graduated from Jones Valley High School in 1962. Attended King College in Bristol,TN for one semester; graduated from Belhaven College, Jackson, MS in 1966 with a major in history. Enrolled in Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, MS in 1966; graduated with a Master of Divinity degree in 1969. Graduate study at Hebrew Union College, Jerusalem, Israel, June - August, 1971; Institute of Holy Land Studies, Jerusalem, Israel, June, 1973 - February, 1974; February, 1976; February - March, 1978.


Ordination: July 13, 1969 by Augusta-Macon Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in the United States.


Work Experience: Assistant Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Presbyterian Church in the United States, Macon, GA from June, 1969 - May, 1971. Professor of Hebrew, Reformed Theological Seminary, June, 1971 - May, 1978. Pastor, Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church, June, 1978 - Nov. 1980. Pastor, Church of the Redeemer, Orthodox Presbyterian, Sacramento, CA, December, 1980 - July, 1984. Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church, Presbyterian Church in America, Memphis, TN, August, 1984 - May, 1991. Rector, Immanuel Reformed Episcopal Church, Memphis, TN, May 1991 - April 2001. Consecrated Bishop, August 23, 1996. Serve as Bishop Co-adjutor in the Diocese of Mid-America of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

          Family: Married to Marianne Porcher McCravey of Forest, MS, June 13, 1967. Children: Davidson Rogan, July 10, 1970; James McCravey, June 15, 1972; Judith Anna, December 11, 1974; and Owen Palmer, February 24, 1977.