T.F. Tenney, Pentecostal leader in Louisiana, world, recalled as 'pillar of faith community'
T.F. Tenney, the United Pentecostal Church International pastor who started preaching at age 16 and went on to lead the denomination's Louisiana district and global missions over a 65-year ministry, was memorialized Tuesday (June 5) by U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham of Alto in remarks on the House floor.
Tenney, who died Friday at age 84, "was a true man of God who touched the lives of countless people, both at home and around the globe," Abraham said. "He published a dozen books, created thousands of YouTube videos and has a Twitter following of more than 44,000 people - all signs of the incredible legacy of Christian devotion he left behind."
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