Andrew Rappaport

Here you can learn more about Andrew, view his schedule and book him to preach at your church or speak at your next conference.


Meet Andrew Rappaport

Founder and President

Andrew Rappaport is the executive director of Striving for Eternity Ministries and the Christian Podcast Community. He is the host of several podcasts; Andrew Rappaport’s Rapp Report, Andrew Rappaport’s Daily Rapp Report, Apologetics Live, and So, You Want to be a Podcaster.

Andrew is the author of the books What Do They Believe, which is a systematic theology of the major western religions, and What Do We Believe, which is a systematic theology of the Christian faith. He also contributed to other books like On the Origins of Kinds and Sharing the Good News with Mormons. Andrew established Equip Conferences (formally Spread the Fire), evangelism training, and outreach events.

Andrew was the English preaching pastor of the Chinese American Bible Church in Freehold, NJ. He is a Bible teacher, international conference speaker and has written numerous Biblical studies. Andrew also teaches seminars on Hermeneutics, Systematic Theology, and much more. Andrew served on the Board of Directors of Solutions Pregnancy and Health Center, a pro-life, crisis pregnancy center. He was very active with America’s Keswick, a Christian live-in addiction recovery facility.

Andrew grew up in a Jewish home and was saved at the age of 16 years old. He holds a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies, Magna Cum Laude from Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, and a B.S. degree from Monmouth University in Computer Science. He and his bride live in Pennsylvania and have two adult children.


Andrew’s Testimony

I woke up suddenly to the sound of a siren and much commotion downstairs. I ran into the hallway where I met up with Ellen, my younger sister. We both ran to see what was happening. My older brother was already at the bottom of the stairs. My parents were gone, but my aunt was there. She was trying to explain to us that my mother had to be taken to the hospital. We did not really understand. I was only nine at the time, and my sister was six.

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