Les E. Feldick|
June 6, 1927
|Occupation||Bible teacher, rancher, television personality|
1970's - present, |
as TV program host, 1990-present
|Spouse||Iris , 1953-present|
|Children||3, with 8 grandchildren|
Les Feldick (born June 6, 1927, in Kinta, Oklahoma) is an American itinerant Bible study teacher and televangelist; since 1990 he has hosted a nationally syndicated Bible study TV program titled, Through the Bible with Les Feldick.
Early life and education
Les Feldick was born in Kinta, Oklahoma and grew up in a farming/ranching family. He attended local schools and his family was connected to a Protestant church.
Feldick started out making a living as a farmer and rancher.
Marriage and family
Feldick married his wife Iris in 1953. They have three grown children and eight grandchildren, and live on their ranch in Kinta, Oklahoma.
Feldick has been teaching home-styled Christian Bible classes for over 35 years. His teaching is non-denominational, and his students have come from various denominations and backgrounds. It was through a student from one of these classes that his Through the Bible television program got its start.
The program made its debut on June 16, 1990, through syndication. The program consists of a 30-minute Bible study, in which Feldick reads Scripture and teaches to the audience. It can also be seen on such networks as Christian Television Network (CTN), and Daystar. As of 2011, he has retired from taping the Bible study shows, but travels around the country to put on seminars of Bible study.
Without formal Bible scholar training, Feldick asserts that the Holy Spirit has been the sole inspiration that has enabled him to teach the Scriptures in the manner that he does. His study sessions usually consist of Bible teaching and only that.
His teachings are currently viewed on WHT.