Larry Bubb was born in 1956, became a
Christian in 1968 and was ordained in 1981. He grew up in Northern Kentucky, where he
graduated #1 from his high school and later #1 from Campbellsville University. In addition to playing guitar, he lettered in Varsity Basketball and
Tennis. After receiving a Masters of Divinity degree from Southern Seminary in 1980, Larry
moved to San Diego to become the full-time youth pastor at the 1st Baptist Church of
Poway. He served there until 1985, when Larry Bubb Ministries was formed. Since then, he
has traveled full-time ministering to a wide variety of groups. Larry and his wife Kristen
were married in November, 1992.
Larry creatively combines
music with comedy and drama to portray God's awesome love. He has spoken and performed in
over 30 states and a few countries, made several T.V. appearances including host of the
Emmy award winning show Crosswalk and done stand-up comedy. Various songs from his four
albums have received radio airplay.
"All these things (accomplishments, etc.) are worthless when compared
with the infinite value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord ..." (Phil. 3:8)
"I was so uplifted after hearing Larry's message
as he employs his gifts of humor & song along with practical Biblical instruction. He
will especially bless the hearts of young adults, relating the word of God in a truly
Actress, Academy Award Nominee
"What's Love Got To Do With It?"
"You are a terrific speaker. You made me laugh, cry, and think very hard about
"I have performed stand-up comedy with . . . Robin Williams, Jay Leno, . . .
and David Letterman just to name a few. I found Larry Bubb's approach to performing comedy
as professional and strong as anyone I have ever worked with."
"I have seen Larry work wonders in a disinterested, defensive youth group. The
purity of his faith comes across so powerfully in a live setting. I recommend him because
he's genuinely one of the funniest, most balanced and most Godly men I know."
Author, Music Reviewer
Writer for National Youth Worker Journal
"Larry Bubb . . . well, actually I've never heard of the guy."