Encouragement from the Pastor’s PastorH.B. London, Jr.
“God loves you as though you were the only one in all the world to love — and that makes you a very important person.” Distinct individuals are called and gifted by God to serve the Body of Christ as pastors. It’s a high calling. It can also be very tough. And sometimes, even pastors need to have a pastor. We have the quintessential pastor of pastors; you’ll know what I mean when you hear him.
Biography: H.B. London, Jr. is vice president of Ministry Outreach/Pastoral Ministries for Focus on the Family. He’s a fourth generation minister born in Little Rock, Ark. He graduated from Pasadena College (which is now Point Loma Nazarene University) and was ordained in 1962. Rev. London pastored for 31 years. He hosted a daily radio programs for over 20 years, and also had a weekly television program. He’s a prolific author and speaker. After serving three decades in pastoral ministry, H.B. accepted the invitation to become assistant to the president for Focus on the Family. He serves as liaison to pastors and churches. He communicates with thousands of pastors and church leaders each week through “The Pastor’s Weekly Briefing” (a fax network) and produces a bimonthly Pastor to Pastor cassette and newsletter. He recently spoke to a large group of Hawaii pastors. He is married to Beverly. They have two married sons and four grandchildren.