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Charles Edward Chumley Jr.

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Charles Edward Chumley Jr.

Birth
Yuma, Yuma County, Colorado, USA
Death
12 Dec 2004 (aged 86)
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA
Burial
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA Add to Map
Plot
Chapel Garden
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Gospel preacher. Gospel preacher. He spoke on the 12th Annual Bible Lectureship at Freed-Hardeman College in Jan. 1948.

Biographical Sketch On The Life Of C.E. Chumley: Charles E. Chumley was born March 25, 1918, in Yuma, Colorado. He was baptized by A. J. Rhodes in 1930. He is a graduate of the public schools of Englewood, Colorado, David Lipscomb College, Abilene Christian College, and the University of Illinois. He was married to Mildred Rogers December 16, 1939. To this union was born two children, Judy Faye and Charles Rece. Brother Chumley began preaching in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1938 and served the following churches: Tanner, Alabama, 1943-45, North Athens, Alabama, 1947-49, South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois, 1945-47, 1949-52, Grant Street, Decatur, Alabama, 1953, and is in his twenty-fourth year with the college church, 3805 Granny White Pike, Nashville, Tennessee. He was President of Athens Bible School, Athens, Alabama, 1947-49, 1952-53 and appeared for seventeen years on the Nashville television quiz program "Know Your Bible" as "The Man with the Bible." He served as Dean of the Nashville School of Preaching for many years. He was a writer for publications which included: Minister's Monthly; Twentieth Century Christian; and Power For Today. He conducted five tours of the lands of the Bible (1961, 1970, 1972, 1973, and 1976) that served as the basis for "A Journey into Yesterday," a series of illustrated lectures designed to strengthen faith in the Bible as the Word of God, which has been presented to numerous churches throughout the country. He passed from this life December 12, 2004. The funeral was conducted by Dale Jenkins, minister of Granny White Church of Christ, where Brother Chumley attended worship. He was buried at the Woodlawn Cemetery where many other preachers of his day await the resurrection. --- Scott Harp, Notes Taken From Freed-Hardeman Lectures, 1977; Gospel Preachers Of Today Vol. 4.
Gospel preacher. Gospel preacher. He spoke on the 12th Annual Bible Lectureship at Freed-Hardeman College in Jan. 1948.

Biographical Sketch On The Life Of C.E. Chumley: Charles E. Chumley was born March 25, 1918, in Yuma, Colorado. He was baptized by A. J. Rhodes in 1930. He is a graduate of the public schools of Englewood, Colorado, David Lipscomb College, Abilene Christian College, and the University of Illinois. He was married to Mildred Rogers December 16, 1939. To this union was born two children, Judy Faye and Charles Rece. Brother Chumley began preaching in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1938 and served the following churches: Tanner, Alabama, 1943-45, North Athens, Alabama, 1947-49, South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois, 1945-47, 1949-52, Grant Street, Decatur, Alabama, 1953, and is in his twenty-fourth year with the college church, 3805 Granny White Pike, Nashville, Tennessee. He was President of Athens Bible School, Athens, Alabama, 1947-49, 1952-53 and appeared for seventeen years on the Nashville television quiz program "Know Your Bible" as "The Man with the Bible." He served as Dean of the Nashville School of Preaching for many years. He was a writer for publications which included: Minister's Monthly; Twentieth Century Christian; and Power For Today. He conducted five tours of the lands of the Bible (1961, 1970, 1972, 1973, and 1976) that served as the basis for "A Journey into Yesterday," a series of illustrated lectures designed to strengthen faith in the Bible as the Word of God, which has been presented to numerous churches throughout the country. He passed from this life December 12, 2004. The funeral was conducted by Dale Jenkins, minister of Granny White Church of Christ, where Brother Chumley attended worship. He was buried at the Woodlawn Cemetery where many other preachers of his day await the resurrection. --- Scott Harp, Notes Taken From Freed-Hardeman Lectures, 1977; Gospel Preachers Of Today Vol. 4.


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