Lane Loman

Lane Loman is a native of Greensboro, NC. He has been lead pastor of churches in 
North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Indiana.  Lane has served in The Evangelical Methodist Church, The Church of the Nazarene, The Friends Church and The Free Methodist Church.  Lane is associated with the Southeastern Evangelistic Group, and a Francis Asbury Society Endorsed Speaker. He is an ordained elder and commissioned evangelist with The Church of the Nazarene. Of his 58 years in the ministry, he has traveled 35 years in itinerant revival ministry speaking and singing in 15 denominations and 50 different denominational and independent camp meetings.

Lane also produces The Lights of Spiritual Guidance, a radio ministry started in 1937 by his father, the late Dr. J. Harold Loman. The program is heard over a network of 14 stations in North Carolina, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Lane is a graduate of Atlanta Christian College with a degree in Christian Education. He also studied Evangelism in the Local Church at Scarritt Graduate Center, Nashville, TN, and holds a Master of Arts in Religion and Spiritual Formation degree from Northwest Nazarene University.  Lane has recorded 15 song albums and authored three books; "The Fruit Still Falls From The Tree”, “The Fruit Is Still Falling”, and “Road Moments - Memories of Living Life Out of a Suitcase.” Lane’s wife, Gretchen, is a native of Bedford, Indiana.  When travel logistics permit, she travels and sings with Lane in revival ministry. Gretchen also serves as the secretary for Loman Ministries and assists in the production of ministry product. Lane and Gretchen have three sons and eight grandchildren.