Paul Washer

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Paul David Washer
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Born 1961
Nationality American
Education Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Occupation Founder/Director, Missions Coordinator
Religion Christian (Evangelical)
Spouse(s) Charo Washer

Paul David Washer (born 1961) is the founder, director and missions coordinator of HeartCry Missionary Society,[1] which supports indigenous missionary work.[2] Washer's sermons tend to have an evangelistic focus on the gospel and the doctrine of the assurance of salvation and predestination, and he frequently speaks against modern church practices such as the sinner's prayer, and a focus on numerical church growth.


Washer says he had a born again experience while studying to become an oil and gas lawyer at the University of Texas. Upon graduation, he attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and achieved a Master of Divinity degree. He moved to Peru where he became a missionary proclaiming the gospel for 10 years, after which time he returned to the United States. Washer resides in Radford, VA,[3] where he lives with his wife and four children.


  • Washer, Paul (2004). The One True God. HeartCry Missionary Society. ISBN 978-0-9770234-0-0. 
  • ——— (2009). Truth About Man. Granted Ministries Press. ISBN 978-0-9817321-1-4. 
  • ——— (2012). The Gospel's Power and Message. Recovering the Gospel. Reformation Heritage Books. ISBN 978-1-60178-195-6. [4]
  • ——— (2013). The Gospel Call and True Conversion. Recovering the Gospel. Reformation Heritage Books. ISBN 978-1-60178-236-6. [5]
  • ——— (2014). Gospel Assurance and Warnings. Recovering the Gospel. Reformation Heritage Books. ISBN 978-1-60178-294-6. [6]


  1. ^ HeartCry Missionary Society 
  2. ^ "Staff", About us, HeartCry Missionary Society .
  3. ^ Paul Washer (account), Twitter .
  4. ^ The Gospel's Power and Message, Reformation Heritage Books .
  5. ^ The Gospel Call and True Conversion, Reformation Heritage Books .
  6. ^ Gospel Assurance and Warnings, Reformation Heritage Books .

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