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We held our Fall Church Institute at Shiloh this week. It was three good nights of Bible Study, worship, and dynamic preaching.
Shelia Bailey taught our women. Lloyd Blue taught the men. And David Olford taught on Bible interpretation.
Our keynote speaker, Ralph Douglas West, enriched us as he on several Gospel narratives that record powerful encounters with Christ. He called the series, “Have a Little Talk with Jesus.”
Shout-out to Cameron Triggs for leading our youth sessions this week, as Pastor Donald attended to his family.
We are praying for our Youth Pastor, Donald Lewis, as both of his grandmothers passed away this week.
A big shout-out to all of the Shiloh staff and volunteers! Thanks for your tireless service this week. You make it happen!
I had the privilege of interviewing our guest speakers. You can view the Shelia Bailey interview here.
I plan to post the interview with Ralph West next week. We talked for more than two hours! Dan will have to break it up into several parts. And we will post it all over the course of several days. Stay tuned. It was fantastic.
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Where Christ is truly preached, there is the gospel; and where the gospel is truly believed, there is the church. – Mark E. Ross
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