With a booming voice, a take-command stage presence, and raw emotion, Ron Archer is a spellbinding speaker and a force to be reckoned with whenever he takes the stage. He has spoken at churches and in corporate settings for more than four decades. A former vice president of the S.C. Johnson Wax Co. called him the “Martin Luther King, Jr. of the corporate world who challenges the very soul of a company to be transformed.”
Ron has been connecting with audiences ever since he started preaching Sunday nights in a Cleveland church when he was sixteen years old. These days, he travels the globe with a message that remains the same: that God can use anyone, including someone like him—the unwanted child of a seventeen-year-old call girl—to share the hope that comes from believing in Jesus Christ, who came to this earth to redeem our sins and give us eternal life with Him.
Ron wants to help you overcome your STORMS—Significant Trauma Overwhelming Reasonable Minds—with a message that the only way to overcome a storm is to face it head on. For many, the pain of the past and the fear of the future can keep them stuck in a miserable present. Ron can help you face your fears and live out your dreams. Sometimes your greatest blessings are connected to your greatest challenges. Ron’s life is testimony to that.
In coming months, Ron will be speaking in El Salvador, Jamaica, and Anaheim, California, but his biggest event will be at a Father's Day Men's Conference at T.D. Jakes' church in Dallas on Saturday, June 16, 2018.
Tyndale House Publishers, one of the major Christian book publishers, will be releasing Ron's compelling and incredible autobiography sometime in 2019.
Ron has had exciting discussions with Hollywood producers about making a full-length movie of his incredible life. He has also been cast as an inspirational pastor in "Charlie's Dream," his first acting role.
Ron Archer never should have been born. In the early 1960s, his mother was a seventeen-year-old call girl in Cleveland, Ohio, when she became pregnant—a hazard of the trade. A back-alley abortion failed, and Ron came into this world as a neglected afterthought.
Ron overcame a lot growing up. He was sexually abused by a sadistic babysitter, teased unmercifully by schoolmates as “Renaldo the Retardo” because of his constant stuttering, and physically and verbally abused by his stepfather. At age ten, alone in the house, he put a loaded snub-nose revolver to his head and pulled the trigger. The gun didn’t fire.
A kind schoolteacher took an interest in Ron and helped him overcome his stuttering. She told Ron that he was not a mistake and that he was created for a purpose. "You are a gentle soul, but you are going to be strong," she said. "You have a beautiful voice. You don’t hear it yet, but I believe that God is giving you a gift, a gift to speak.”
In three-and-a-half mesmerizing minutes, you will see and hear the power of Ron Archer:
Darrell Thompson is an entertainment attorney who acts as Chief Operating Officer and general counsel for Ron Archer's speaking ministry. He has managed numerous artists and actors, and his expertise is entertainment contracts.
The lead pastor of Grace Mennonite Church in Millersberg, Ohio, Larry Kaufman has come alongside Ron to advise him and dream up ways to change the world for Jesus Christ.
As a manager in the entertainment field, Victoria Fisher has worked in Hollywood in various capacities, from casting to executive producing. She is also assisting in booking Ron Archer's speaking engagements.
Dr. Shereen Sterling, a native of Jamaica, is one of Ron Archer's New Millennial Empowerment speakers and is his medical advisor for crisis pregnancy centers in the Caribbean and El Salvador.
Chris, who's served in the U.S. military and is currently finishing his Master's in Cyber Security Intelligence, has a passion for mentoring and coaching young men on leadership and empowerment. He is also Ron's son.
For more information on Ron Archer or to inquire about him speaking at your next event, please use this Contact form, or you can contact Ron by phone or by text at (404) 246-4773
or Victoria Fisher by phone or by text at (818) 384-3073.