Clergyman, educator. Born– July 31, 1901 in Field Corner, Ohio. Parents– Nelson Eugene and Edith G. (Gage) Tingley. Married– Elva Eunice Allen, September 10, 1921. Children– Six. Education– attended Los Angeles Seminary and Los Angeles Pacific College; Mt. Vernon University, A.B., Th.B.; ordained in 1926 to ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Pastor of Birmingham Gospel Tabernacle, 1929-1956; and president of Birmingham Bible Institute, 1930-1950; pastor in Rochester, N.Y., 1956-1960; Ft. Payne, Ala., 1969-1980; president of Radio Revival, Inc. after 1929; president Fair Haven Conference Grounds in Birmingham, 1952-1960; evangelist in interdenominational crusades in several countries after 1959. Awarded honorary D.D. in 1944 by Christ Seminary.
Who Was Who in the South and Southwest, 1984.
Signs of the Soon Coming of Jesus Christ. Birmingham, Ala.; Radio Revival Book Room, 196?
Porter-Tingley Debate. Murfreesboro, Tenn.; G. W. DeHoff, 1947.