Larry Siemans is a noted author, minister, evangelist, and teacher as well as a Certified Public Accountant. He has spoken at Christian conferences in the United States and has traveled to Russia many times where he has taught and preached in crusades, schools, orphanages, hospitals, military bases, and churches. Larry has also spoken in several local churches in China.
Mr. Siemans is a graduate of Texas A&M University where he holds a BBA degree in Accounting. He also holds an M.A. degree in Theology from Tyndale Theological Seminary and has been a licensed minister since 1996. With his zeal for the Lord and his desire to be in the center of God’s will in reaching the lost and making disciples of Jesus Christ, he has often been favorably referred to as an evangelist/teacher trapped in an accountant’s body.
Larry Siemans has written three books. In The Realities of Prayer Larry explains in detail the outline that Jesus Christ gave His disciples in Matthew 6 most often referred to as the Lord’s Prayer. He points out that there is power in prayer and that prayer changes things, situations and people. Prayer is the most important thing for Christians to do as it is definitely our lifeline to God. The Realities of Prayer has been translated into Russian with thirty thousand copies in print throughout the former Soviet Union. Current plans are to translate it into other languages, including Spanish and Mandarin. His other book, The Nine-Year Notice is a testimony of how God can take an ordinary born-again Christian going through the motions of religion and transform him by the power of the Holy Spirit into a humble willing obedient vessel that God can use for His purpose and glory. His most recent book, If Saved, Why Work? explains that there is a lot more to the Christian life than just being “born-again” into the kingdom of God. Larry points out that we are saved by the grace of God; and not by our works to try to obtain salvation. Our works should be the evidence of our faith in Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord.
Larry Siemans and his wife, Pamela, of more than thirty-five years live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Reading, writing, photography, golfing and traveling are among his leisure activities.