Bill Adams was called to preach the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in the highways and hedges (Luke 14:23) full-time in November 2000. Since then Bill has preached to over 10,000,000 souls throughout the Western World at major community festival like concerts and festivals in Atlanta and major sporting events like pro and college football games.
Bill has preached at and often led evangelism teams to 20 Super Bowls, 12 NBA & 13 MLB All-Star Celebrations, 14 Final Fours, 2 World Cups, 3 Summer and 3 Winter Olympic Games and 3 Rugby and 3 Cricket World Championships.
Bill is also the Chief Evangelist and Overseer for Sports Fan Outreach Int’l who’s vision is to “Mobilize the next Generation of George Whitefields to Saturate the Western World with the Gospel” and directs the George Whitefield Program for men who want to preach the Gospel full-time.
Bill has earned a Graduate Diploma in Theology from Union School of Theology’s Masters of Theology program. He is scheduled to begin an MTh at Edinburgh Theological Seminary this fall (’22).
Bill is an ordained presbyter in the United Episcopal Church. Previously Bill was an ordained presbyter in the Anglican Orthodox Church and prior a commissioned evangelist in the Reformed Episcopal Church. ACNA Archbishop Beach originally commissioned Bill as an evangelist in 2011 as part of the Anglican Diocese of the South and in 2016 REC Bishop Dan Morse commissioned Bill in the same capacity.
Prior to answer the Lord’s call to ministry Bill earned an MBA from Belmont University in Nashville, TN and BBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. His professional career consisted of working in banking in Nashville, TN for six years and as a political fundraiser based out of Atlanta, GA for 10.