Derek Prince worked at Faith Tabernacle in Chicago, then moved to Good News Church in Fort. Lauderdale, Florida. In May 1971, Derek Prince Publications opened an office in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
|Real name||Derek Prince|
|Profession||International Bible teacher, author, pastor, missionary & theologian|
|Weight (approx.)||Not Known|
|Eye Colour||Not Known|
|Hair Colour||Not Known|
|Height (approx.)||Not Known|
|Date of Birth||14 August 1915
|Died||24 September 2003 (aged 88)
|Died place||Jerusalem, Israel|
|aged||88 year at the time of death|
|University||Cambridge University, England|
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|first wife||Lydia Christensen|
|second wife||Ruth Baker|
Facts About Derek Prince
The prince traveled extensively in the ministry until the death of his wife Ruth on December 29, 1998. The following list of countries covers their service from 1993 to 1998. Some of these countries were visited more than once: Russia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Hungary, South Africa, Kenya, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore Turkey, Poland, Bahrain, Cuba, Colombia, Switzerland, France, Portugal, India, and England.
In 1946, Derek married his first wife, Lydia Christensen, a Danish missionary who ran a children’s home near Jerusalem. Thus, he became the father of eight adopted daughters.
In 1978, Derek married his second wife, Ruth Baker, an American single mother of three adopted children. They met in Jerusalem while Derek was visiting Israel with friends.
He is the author of 51 books, 600 audio, and 100 videos, many of which have been translated and published in more than 60 languages.
As a Pentecostal, Prince believed in the reality of spiritual forces operating in the world and in the ability of demons to cause disease and psychological problems.
Derek Prince was born into a British military family in Bangalore, India, in 1915. At the age of 14, he was awarded a scholarship at Eton College where he studied Greek and Latin. He continued his studies at the University of Cambridge, England, where he was awarded a scholarship in ancient and modern philosophy at King’s College. Derek also studied several modern languages while attending Cambridge University, including Hebrew and Aramaic, which he later refined at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.