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David Huddleston (Minister) David Huddleston is a best-selling Christian author and minister born in Harrodsburg, Kentucky on October 15, 1943. He is the author of Life's Spiritual Instruction Book and Spiritual Jetstreams.[1][2] An ordained minister, Huddleston is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and holds Master of Divinity and Doctor of Theology degrees. He also holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating and is a former pilot with Eastern Air Lines; he flew extensively throughout Latin America and the Caribbean while based in Miami, Florida. He is the only known best-selling author who has been an airline pilot and has a Th.D. He has ministered in more than 100 places and numerous denominations on 3 continents.[3][4][5][6][7][8] Huddleston is the president of Exodus Ministries, a non-profit ecumenical Christian ministry. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky with his wife of 42 years, Edie Huddleston, an accomplished artist. Bibliography[edit] Life's Spiritual Instruction Book (1994) Spiritual Jetstreams (2003) "Heart Talk", monthly Christian advice column in The Christian Voice (2000–2001). References[edit] Jump up ^ "Former pilot steers readers to Holy Spirit in 'Spiritual Jetstreams,'" Lexington Herald Leader, November 8, 2003. Jump up ^ "Little words offer big hope in best selling Christian book,'Life's Spiritual Instruction Book,'" Lexington Herald Leader, March 31, 1996. Jump up ^ "David Huddleston leads ecumenical mission trip to Jamaica," Naples Daily News, June 6, 1988. Jump up ^ "'Life's Spiritual Instruction Book' tops holiday sales list," Religious Bestsellers, Joseph-Beth, December, 1994; Independent Publishers Jump up ^ "Life's Spiritual Instruction Book #3 in U.S.," Bestsellers, May 1998. Jump up ^ "Kentucky native pens bestseller," Harrodsburg Herald, October 20, 1994. Jump up ^ "Naples pastor writes best-selling book: 'Life's Spiritual Instruction Book,'" Naples Daily News, June 11, 1994. Jump up ^ "Dr. David Huddleston writes inspirational book," Lexington Herald Leader, September 24, 1994. External links[edit] Exodus Ministries Categories: People from Harrodsburg, KentuckyReligious leaders from Louisville, KentuckyChristian writersUniversity of Kentucky alumniAsbury Theological Seminary alumni1943 birthsLiving peopleCommercial aviators


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Hello again!

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