Bobby Slaydon received the Holy Ghost and was baptized in Jesus name at the age of seven in DeRidder, La. He was honored to sit under the leadership of great men of God including but not limited to Reverend George Glass, Sr. and Bishop T.F. Tenny.
Bobby graduated High School and attended Jackson College of Ministries (JCM) in Jackson, Mississippi on the United Pentecostal Church International CFC scholarship. After attending JCM, Bobby attended McNeese State University in Lake Charles, La where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Environmental Science on December 12, 1987. Bobby was accepted into the McNeese State University Graduate program for Medical Technology in which he completed the forty hour internship program in December 1988.
Bobby began working as a Medical Technologist in January 1989 as well as began his pursuit into Health Care Administration. Bobby completed a preceptor based internship for Health Care Administration and at the age of twenty six he assumed the role of Administrator of a rural hospital and nursing home.
Bobby has continued to work as either a health care administrator, medical technologist or both for his entire career. During his career Bobby has extended his knowledge into Clinical Laboratory compliance based on the Center for Medicare Services Federal Registry regulations for laboratories and has managed and assisted numerous hospitals and clinics in the area of CLIA compliance, all of which achieved satisfactory accreditation. Bobby has served as practice administrator for a multispecialty health care group and currently serves as Sabine Medical Center Rural Health Care Clinics Director of Operations in Sabine Parish, Louisiana.
Bobby is passionate about health care service to the public and has learned much from both his mistakes and his accomplishments over the past thirty one years. However, Bobby is most passionate about the Word of the Most High God and the outpouring of His Spirit.
Bobby is a man who strongly believes in signs, wonders, and miracles. During his teenage years Bobby was a Bible quizzer and was on the team that represented the State of Louisiana in the UPCI National competition for five years. Bobby was honored to be selected to receive the first ever “Quizzer of the Year” award in 1980. He attributes the exposure to and study of the Word as well as great leadership as his source of overcoming metastatic prostate cancer. Bobby was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2015 which spread to his spine and then to his lungs. In February 2019 doctors at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Tx informed Bobby that unless something changed his life may end by July. Bobby informed the doctors that his Master Jesus Christ was a miracle worker and that a miracle was in store. Indeed it was true and in July of 2019 doctors marveled over the disappearance of the tumors in Bobby’s lungs and has began to refer to him as their miracle patient whose recovery “could only be God”.
Bobby’s greatest love is his God given bride Karen. He loves and is proud of his three sons and two daughter in laws and prays that God will son allow him to experience the joy of being a grandfather.
Bobby is in the process of penning a book that he believes will help God’s people who experience cancer and anxiously awaits to see and experience God’s kingdom come through AHI.