Pastor Dan Fisher

Dan Fisher grew up in Van Buren, Arkansas and graduated from Arkansas Tech University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and mathematics.  He and the former Pam Loftin have been married for 30 years and have two children, Jacob (and wife Brittany) and Rebekah (and husband Tony). Dan and Pam have been blessed with beautiful grand children as well.  Dan and his family raise a few horses on their 20 acres located half way between Yukon and El Reno, OK where they live in a log house they built themselves.         

Dan has been in the ministry since he was 16 years old.  He trained as a pastoral apprentice under the tutelage of Dr. Bill Bennett, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Ft. Smith, Arkansas and while studying under Dr. Bennett, Dan also served on the staff of First Baptist.  In 1983, he became the pastor of the Immanuel Baptist Church in Poteau, OK.  Dan served there for eight years during which time the church grew and eventually relocated to a new campus and facility in 1991.  During those years, Immanuel was a leading church in the area and was often recognized by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma for its outreach to the southeastern part of the state. In 1992, Dan was called as the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Yukon, Oklahoma, where he served for 23 years. In 2015, Dan was called to begin the Liberty Church Movement at Lakewood Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.

Dan is an avid student of U.S. history and leads frequent tours to historic locations like Washington D.C., Mt. Vernon, Gettysburg (and other Civil War battlefields), Boston, Plymouth, and Lexington/Concord.  Dan is on the leadership team of the Oklahoma City Tea Party and is a frequent speaker at tea parties around the state.  He is a member of the High Noon Club and serves on the boards of Bott Radio Network, Reclaiming America for Christ, and Vision America.  Dan is a published author and has a national speaking ministry.

Dan has served in the Oklahoma Congress as State Representative for District 60. He been politically active for years and has worked with Oklahoma legislators in endeavoring to pass key pieces of conservative legislation. He has a passion for communicating Scriptural truth to this culture of “political correctness.”  Because of America’s increasing “drift” from its origins and Christian roots, Dan has become heavily engaged in working toward returning America to its founding principles.

One of the ways in which he has been attempting to accomplish this is by traveling around the country the past few years presenting his messages:  “Seven Lies We’re Being Told About America” and “Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment.”  “Seven Lies” is a presentation that addresses the attacks being launched by the proponents of “political correctness” against America’s Christian heritage.  By extensively quoting the Founding Fathers, Dan proves beyond a “shadow of a doubt” that they intended for America to enjoy freedom “of” religion, not freedom “from” religion.

Dan has given his presentation, “Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment,” all across America.  In this presentation, he gives the history of American pastors during the Revolutionary War and shows how they were one of the primary forces in the fight for liberty.  Dan shows that had it not been for the preachers and their strong stand for liberty in the 18th century, the America we know today would probably not exist.  
Visit the web site at www.DanFisherBRR.com.

What is a "Liberty Church"

A "liberty church" is a church where the “whole counsel of God” is preached/taught - including what Scripture says about government. Believing that God created three institutions (the home, the state, and the church) in order to ensure a civil society, I believe pastors have the same responsibility to preach/teach about government as they do to preach/teach about the home or the church. The pastor of a “liberty church” will not hesitate to attack social and political evils from his pulpit as he brings God’s Word to bear on every issue of life - especially those labelled “controversial” by those who consider themselves "politically correct.” It is my hope, in time, to help other pastors establish additional liberty churches around the country. 

Please send your prayers for guidance. The devil knows his time is short and is working overtime. Our nation is in dire straights and there is much work to be done.

Pastor Dan Fisher