Nasir K. Siddiki (born 1953) is an evangelist, author, and business consultant. Siddiki, originally from Canada, was a marketing consultant executive at a financial services company before a bout with shingles in the 1980s, which he says sparked his conversion from Islam to Christianity. Siddiki is still a consultant and business leader. In May 1997 Siddiki gratuated from Rhema Bible Training Center, founded by the son of Kenneth E. Hagin and got an honorary doctorate from the American Bible College and Seminary in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 1998 he went into full time ministry and started a ministry called Wisdom Ministries. His desire is to teach God's Word all over the world, equipping God's leaders with wisdom. He also conducts Financial Empowerment Seminars that have caused financial breakthroughs in the Church, and taken them to the next level. Dr. Siddiki is currently teaching wisdom success principles from the Word of God at the Wisdom Center in Tulsa, OK. He has taught at the American Bible College and Seminary, where he developed the curriculum of Biblical Economics, and received an honorary Doctorate Degree. Dr. Siddiki has been featured in Rev. Kenneth Hagin's magazine, Word of Faith, and Rev. Kenneth Copeland's magazine Believers Voice of Victory, and Charisma Magazine, as well as several other publications. He also started an online university called Wisdom University. He travels the world teaching and preaching in large conferences, churches, and meetings. Siddiki has held crusades in Africa, Asia, and Europe seeing more than 300,000 people in attendance. He also host's an annual conference called "Leaders of Wisdom Conference" in which it is held in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Since September 2006, Siddiki has hosted a half-hour program on Trinity Broadcasting Network, GOD TV, and other large Christian TV Networks called "Winning with Wisdom." Siddiki primarily serves as a motivational speaker at conferences for Christian businessmen, but has also published a book titled Kingdom Principles of Financial Increase and subsequent pamphlets and videotapes. Siddiki has appeared with and been endorsed by televangelists such as Benny Hinn, Rod Parsley, Keith Butler, Bill Winston, Paula White, Creflo Dollar, Myles Munroe, and Kenneth Copeland. Similar to these men, Siddiki adheres to a theology, called "prosperity theology," that states that God will provide virtually unlimited monetary blessengs if one has faith in God. He currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife Anita Siddiki and their three children Aaron, Matthew and Josiah.