Arnold Murray Televangelist
Arnold Benjamin Murray (see discussion page concerning birth date) is a Christian Bible teacher, notable for his "chapter by chapter, verse by verse" approach to teaching (officially referred to as expository preaching). He is the pastor of Shepherd's Chapel in Gravette, Arkansas. Pastor Murray's daily one-hour broadcasts are carried by satellite to numerous television stations in the U.S. and Canada and around the world, often during late night or early morning hours. The live broadcasts are aired Monday through Friday, 2-3:00 PM central, except for the third week of each month. Murray used to teach all over the Ozarks--sometimes flying from town to town which is how he got the name "circuit rider." Pastor Murray has a bronze figure of a Circuit Rider Preacher in the studio. This was given to him by congregants of the early church. Arnold Murray is a former Marine who fought at the Chosin Reservoir during the Korean war. The only group of which the Pastor is a member of is the "Chosin Few" which is a group of Korean War veterans comprised of various military factions who fought in the Battle of Chosin Reservoir.