Ron & Diane Hamm
Dr. Ron Hamm
Dr. Ron Hamm began ministry at the age of 10. He was a child prodigy musician and began his work in evangelism and missions. Dr. Hamm traveled in the summer months with Rev. Harrison E. Price, Evangelist and Missionary for the Church of God of Prophecy. Rev. Price was known around the world and became a mentor to Dr. Hamm.
Dr. Hamm spent the summer months from April to September traveling in evangelism and missions. By the age of 13, he had traveled to all the of the US and in 14 foreign countries. During that period of time, Dr. Hamm assisted in the organization of more than 30 churches around the world and at home. His father and mother accepted that God’s calling was upon their son and made an amazing sacrifice to have him travel for months at a time without contact.
The Nashville Tennessee native organized his first musical group,The Teen Age Quartet with Mylon Lefevre at age 14. This group sang regularly at the Ryman Auditorium and in churches and concerts throughout the southeast. He eventually became the lead guitarist for the Imperials of Gospel Music fame. Dr. Hamm accepted his call to the preaching ministry at age 16. His love for soul winning has taken him to the majority of the world. He and his wife Diane, organized the World Challenge Singers crusade team and finally the Hamm Family Ministries.
His credentials include: Bachelors of Ministry; Masters of Ministry; Doctorate of Ministry; Dr. of Philosophy in Family and Counseling Science; is a Licensed Pastoral Counselor; Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor with advanced certifications and Board Certified Clinical Supervisor with the National Board of Christian Clinical Therapist; Professional Clinical Member with the National Christian Counselors Association; Member of Sarasota Academy of Christian Counseling; Chaplain (Lt. Col.) in United States Air Force auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol assigned to Homeland Security; Provisional Trainer with the Living Works Assist Member of the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network; Certified Domestic Violence Counselor; Level IV, and Member of the Academy of Certified Domestic Violence Counselors.
Dr. Diane Hamm
Dr. Diane Hamm is the daughter of a minister, Rev. Thomas Tice. She was the church organist at age 14. She worked with several musical groups in the local congregation, and was a member of the drama and arts team. Her father depended greatly upon her creative abilities. She began a long career of song writing , arranging, and performing during those formative years.