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Charles Capps

For the Mississippi politician, see Charles Capps (politician).

Charles Capps (born 1934)[1] is a Christian preacher and teacher in the Word of Faith movement, and has had great influence on the movement through his books and teaching. He and his wife Peggy are headquartered in England, Arkansas. Charles Capps is a retired farmer, land developer, and Bible teacher who has traveled extensively throughout the United States and several foreign countries sharing the truths of God's Word. He has taught Bible seminars for over 35 years, emphasizing the authority of the believer, faith and the power of words.

Capps has a ministry, Concepts of Faith, with radio and television programs that are broadcast around the world, and speaks at seminars and conventions. Common themes Capps addresses are issues related to Biblical everyday living and faith and confession. He has also appeared on the Believers Voice of Victory television program, hosted by Kenneth Copeland Ministries of Fort Worth, Texas.

Capps uses anecdotes, but tends to concentrate on a systematic exposition of the teachings of the Bible. The books tend to focus on the core of the Biblical Word of Faith by emphasis on being careful of what we say, as words have power (Mark 11:22-25). His best- selling mini-book, "God's Creative Power" organizes scriptures into prayers. It has sold over 5 million copies.


Capps is a prolific author of dozens of books, but his most important books about the Word of Faith beliefs are:


External links

  • Official web site.

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