HENLEY, WALLACE BOYNTON, 1941-

Biography:

Baptist clergyman. ┬áBorn– December 5, 1941, Birmingham. Parents– Wallace Boynton and Wilfred (Vassar) Henley. Married– Mary Irene Lambert, September 4, 1961. Children– Two. Education– Samford University, B.A.; graduate study at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1964-1965. Ordained to the Baptist ministry, 1962; youth minister in Birmingham and Fort Worth, Texas; pastor in Nuremburg, West Germany; public relations director, Mobile College; religious editor for Birmingham News; host of panel “Know Your News,” Alabama Educational Television, 1968-1970; assistant director of Cabinet Commission on Education, 1970-1971; staff assistant to president of the United States, 1971-1973; pastor of a church in Mobile, 1973-1977; after 1978, pastor of a church in Birmingham.

Source:

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1973; Contemporary Authors, Vol. 14NR.

Publication(s):

City Under The Sands. Wheaton, Ill.; Tyndale House Publishers, 1986.

Enter at Your Own Risk. Old Tappan, N.Y.; Revell, 1974.

Europe at the Crossroads. Westchester, Ill.; Good News, 1978.

Form or Frenzy?; The Balance of Power in Spiritual Dynamics. Houston, Tex.; Encourager Media, 1990.

Rebirth in Washington. Westchester, Ill.; Good News, 1977.

The Roman Solution. Wheaton, Ill.; Tyndale, 1984.

The White House Mystique. Old Tappan, N.J.; Revell, 1976.