Jack Thomas Langham
Apostolic Ministers Fellowship
1920 ~ 2002
Reverend Jack T. Langham was born on May 20, 1920 in Mineral Wells, Texas. He was the first of four children born to Otis and Jewel Langham. Jack was raised in Mineral Wells, and attended High School in that town. Afterward, he attended Junior College in Beaumont, Texas. Before his calling into the ministry, Jack was employed at the United States Post Office. In 1940, he joined the United States Army and became a Sargent. His discharge came in 1945.
On April 6, 1946, Jack and Marie were united in holy matimony. Three children were born to this union. Their only daughter preceeded him in death. In 1948 at the age of 27, Jack was baptized in Jesus' Name by his pastor T.W. Burke. It was during that same time that he received the Baptism of the Holy Ghost in Odessa, Texas. He attended International Bible College in San Atonio, Texas, and then attened Apostolic Bible College in Tulsa, Oklahoma for four years. He was ordained in Tulsa in 1951 by C.P. Williams.
In 1955, Elder and Sister Langham went to Monrovia Liberia, West Africa as a Missionaries. They remained there for seventeen years. Elder Langham pastored the Headquarters church in Bomi Hills and established eight other churches over the course of time. In 1968 he joined ranks with the newly formed Apostolic Minister's Fellowship. In 1973 he returned to the United States. He then pastored for six years in Chandler, Texas. Afterward, Elder Langham traveled as a full time Evangelist until he suffered a stroke in 2000. On February 18, 2002, after serving his generation by the will of God, Elder Jack T. Langham went home to be with the Lord. He will be remembered as a Man of God who loved the Apostolic message. Audio and Video Recordings of Elder Jack T. Langham are available in our Audio Library.