Assistant to the Pastor:
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Henry Webb was raised under the watchful eyes his mother Mrs. Pinkey Willis, a host of relatives, and a community that stretched far and wide across the city. As a child, “Little Henry” attended Antioch Baptist and was baptized at age 11.
In 1952, at the age of 16, Henry enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in the 82nd Airborne as a paratrooper and in the infantry during the Korean Conflict.
Upon his discharge he returned to Atlanta, reunited with Antioch Baptist Church, attended school, started a family, and went to work.
Following his move to Boise, Idaho in 1984, Henry made major changes in his life; uniting with St. Paul Baptist Church and committing to walk with God for the rest of his life. He joined St. Paul under the leadership of Dr. H. Lincoln Oliver and immediately became active in the fellowship, singing in the choir, serving as a Sunday School and Bible School Teacher, on the Trustee Board, and working with the Laymen, and the Prison Ministry.
On October 13, 1990, Henry was ordained as a Deacon at St. Paul and continued in that capacity until he was called to the ministry and licensed to preach. He immediately enrolled in classes at Boise Bible College, committed to better equipping himself for the ministry as directed by the scriptures:
Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. II Timothy 2:15
Rev. Henry Webb was Ordained to the Work of the Gospel Ministry under the authority and order of the St. Paul Baptist Church and the leadership of Pastor Michael J. Ross, Sr. on June 10, 2001. Rev. Webb went on to graduate from Boise Bible College in May of 2006 at age 70. Rev. Webb serves as the Assistant to the Pastor, instructor for the Laymen's Ministry and the Deacons, Chaplain for the Senate of the State of Idaho and joyously shares the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ daily.