Beloved minister Voddie Bauchman's family is asking for immediate prayer as the internationally recognized preacher is in the midst of what he describes as a "health crisis."
In a message posted to Twitter Friday, Baucham said that on the heels of burying his wife Bridget's mother in December, he began experiencing fatigue and shortness of breath. Baucham said he originally "chalked it up to traveling with heavy bags and restrictive masks."
His condition worsened to the point where he felt like he was "being waterboarded every two or three minutes."
After a battery of medical tests, it was revealed that he was experiencing "full-blown heart failure." Voddie and Bridget have requested prayer for seven specific needs.
Online, supporters of Baucham from around the globe as far away as Romania began using the hashtag #PrayingForVoddieFrom to share their prayerful encouragement.
Voddie Baucham is the Dean of Theology at African Christian University in Zambia. He has been a fierce critic of Critical Race Theory, courageously warning the church about its influence in diluting the gospel.
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