Blake Carroll, pastor, evangelist and author, has a passion: leading men, women, and children to trust Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord. He has served as pastor of two Southern Baptist churches and led both of them to record growth in Sunday school participation and evangelism.
In July of 2005, Carroll answered God’s call to enter vocational evangelism and now preaches throughout the midwestern and southeastern United States at Bible conferences, youth conferences, and revival meetings. While Dr. Carroll’s preaching style is characterized as biblical, passionate, and simple, he is best known for his bold, uncompromising proclamation of God’s Word.
Carroll is the author of “How to Meet & Defeat the Enemy,” “Dealing with How You’re Feeling,” “Out of the Shaker,” and “Still Dealing with How You’re Feeling.” His messages have been broadcast by radio throughout middle and western Tennessee.
Born in Selmer, Tennessee, on March 14, 1980, Carroll was saved at the age of ten and accepted God’s call to preach at the age of nineteen. He received an Associate of Science degree from Jackson State Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University, a Master of Ministry degree from Andersonville Baptist Seminary, and a Doctorate of Theology degree from Southwest Bible College & Seminary in Jennings, Louisiana. Carroll is also the recipient of four honorary doctorate degrees.
Dr. Carroll resides in Selmer, Tennessee, with his wife, April, and their two daughters, Taylor and Maddie.