List of campus preachers
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Many American universities and colleges experience regular visits from itinerant campus preachers who typically occupy a prominent on-campus location for a day or two before moving on to another school.
Preacher and locations
- Micah Armstrong - ("Brother Micah") frequent visitor of Florida State University and Florida Atlantic University.
- Gary Birdsong - North Carolina State University, UNC Chapel Hill, East Carolina University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Appalachian State University, etc.
- Brother Dean - a student and campus preacher at the University of Arizona; he has gained a wide range of media attention, most notably for declaring that women who wear "short shorts" or yoga pants deserve to be raped and homophobic slogans. He continues to travel and meet with other street preachers across the United States.
- Brother Jed - travels around the United States, visiting schools coast-to-coast. Jed has gained a wide range of media attention. In 2010, a critical documentary was made about him. In 2012, a satirical film was released based on his preaching at Cal State Long Beach.
- Brother Jim - primarily schools in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and surrounding area
- Tom Short - national ministry, sponsored by Great Commission Churches, based out of Columbus, OH.
- Michael Peter Woroniecki -no permanent base or sponsorship by organized religion. Depends on donations sent through mail from converts, sympathetic observers and income from their six now adult children. Preaches mostly at campuses throughout the contiguous United States. Other preaching destinations have included Canada, Hawaii, Europe, Morocco, Central and South America. Traveling itinerary is often undisclosed.
-  'You're going to hell' say campus preachers - News, Josh Lanier, nineronline campus newspaper, 3/27/07
- IMDB - Brother Jed (2010)
- IMDB - Battle of the Sects (2012)
- Micro Entertainment - Battle of the Sects (2012)
- Income from children sourced from the following two documents: Article, Christina Tkacik, "Police Intervene", Cavalier Daily, Univ. of Virginia, Sep. 27, 2005; Tract, Sarah Woroniecki, Perilous Times Newsletter, 1999