Marty Youngblood

Marty Youngblood

Marty Youngblood serves as a state missionary in Church Minister Relations for the Georgia Baptist Mission Board since June 2009. Prior to that, he served for 12 years as a BCM campus minister to the Savannah and Brunswick area for the Georgia Baptist Convention. Marty also served as a campus minister and adjunct professor of religion for Charleston Southern University, and associate campus minister at Columbus State University.

He has led numerous mission teams, serves as a member of the GBMB Disaster Relief Team, been involved with church planting, and preached in many of our GBC churches across the state. He has served on the GBMB Olympic Ministry Team during the past ten Olympics; RIO 2016 being the most recent. He has traveled to over 15 countries and 35 states serving Christ during the past 30 years.

He attended Toccoa Falls Bible College and is a graduate of Charleston Southern University with a BA in religion. He has a master of divinity with biblical languages degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

He and his wife, Daphne, have one son, Chris, who is a US Army Ranger. Marty enjoys travel, motorcycles, saltwater fishing and metal detecting; but most of all hanging out with his best friend and wife, Daphne.

Praying Your Friends to Christ
R. A. Torrey, the great apologist‐evangelist, once asserted, “The most important human factor in effective evangelism is PRAYER.” Torrey’s assessment of effective evangelism around the turn of the 20th century still rings true today. The goal of this session is to encourage and equip pastors and local church leaders to assist the Body of Christ to be more effective in its evangelistic outreach into the community.
Breakout Session #2, Friday, 7:15 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Room 114