On Sunday September 25 I was asked to preach at the Victory Baptist Church in Inverness, Florida, pastored by Rev. Gary Beehler. It was a great weekend as the people gathered to worship at this thriving congregation. One young girl prayed to receive Christ after the morning worship service....
Sunday, September 29th, 2013 I was invited to preach at the Gateway Community Church in Mayville, Wisconsin. This local church was planted around 12 years ago by Pastor Bob Marsh. The church bought a vacant building on Main Street which originally was a furniture store and then a funeral home. The church rehabbed the building to provide an excellent meeting place. The folks attending the church are very friendly and hoping to impact the community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Mayville area is where the Horicon Marsh area is located, thousands o
Steve Schultz and I were invited to be a part of the worship experience at the Galilee Baptist Church in Loveland, Colorado. Steve Schultz, president of the Cornerstone Fund, gave a stirring report to the congregation. We attended Sunday school where the pastor led the young people’s ministry. It was a very fruitful time. The church is pastored by Rev.
On August 24th, 2013 we traveled to Davenport, Iowa and enjoyed supper with Pastor Brian Spitzer and his wife Barbara. We received a guided tour around Davenport in the Spitzer’s convertible. It was a “fun” time. The next morning I preached at two worship services at the Grandview Baptist Church where Brian has been the lead pastor for the past 5 years. Before that he was on staff as the associate pastor of Grandview Baptist Church for over 20 years. The congregation is forging ahead in their ministry. The following weekend they engaged in the Walk Th
Salem Baptist Church of Ashland, WI invited me to come and preach on Sunday July, 21st 2013. This Cornerstone Fund church is pastored by Rev. Rod Larson. This motivated local church is committed to reaching the community for Christ. There are two worship services with Sunday school in between. In the afternoon at Indian Lake there were some 17 or 18 people baptized and a fellowship time followed. It was exciting to be a small part of the worship services we enjoyed together for the glory of God.