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Monthly Archive for: ‘February, 2008’

Annual Pastors and Wives’ Retreat

Twin City Baptist Church in Marinette hosted the annual WFBC Pastors and Wives’ Retreat on Monday and Tuesday, February 18-19. Due to the ice and snow storm on Sunday (Marinette got a foot of snow) a number of couples were not able to attend, but we still had 26 pastors and wives represented at the retreat, including two couples from …

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Sunday Ministry at Liberty Baptist Church in Antigo

Liberty Baptist Church is led by Pastor Brad Anderson. Pastor Anderson is a newly wed having married Maya Collins last summer in Greenville, South Carolina. Sunday February 17th proved to be an interesting day. We were invited to come for Liberty’s Valentine Banquet on Saturday evening so we drove up that afternoon. Sunday was quite a day weather wise with …

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Preaching at Tri-County Baptist in Franklin

On Sunday February 10th we were at Tri-County Baptist Church in Franklin where Clayton Jones is the pastor. It was a cold but sunny day with temps below 0. Pastor Jones had spent the week in the hospital with a serious leg inflammation, but he was able to come home and attend Sunday services. Carole and I provided special music …

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A Return to Keystone Baptist in Wisconsin Dells

Sunday February 3rd we were once again at Keystone Baptist in the Dells. The church is currently seeking a pastor and asked us to come and fill the pulpit. I taught Sunday School and preached the AM and PM services. Carole provided piano accompanyment for the services. We enjoyed a great time with the families from Keystone and the Russ …

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Northland Heart Conference

January 29-February 1 Northland Baptist Bible College and Northland Camp held their annual Heart Conference with the theme, “Pursuing the Mind of Christ.” The theme was based on Philippians 2:5, “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.” The entire conference was a great blessing with keynote messages by: Dr. Matt Olson, president of Northland, Dr. …

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