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Trusting the Lord is very important to Him. We must believe that He will keep His word. He has proven Himself to be faithful to
08.23.2014 11:00 am - 5:00 pmAnnual Church Picnic
09.20.2014 10:00 am - 12:00 pmLeadership Meeting
09.21.2014 8:00 am - 9:00 amAnnual Music Appreciation Day
6:30 pm 09.29.2014 - 9:30 pm 10.03.2014Church Revival
10.11.2014 1:00 pm - 3:00 pmOle Camp Meeting
Deacon Fred Woodberry Jr. has been a member of King Baptist Church for almost 31 years beginning his membership in September of 1981. During those 31 years he was a part of The King Baptist Mass choir, where he participated in the recording of the church’s first cd, The Mission choir and The Male chorus, Men’s Ministry, The Trustee’s Board and most recently The Deacon Board where he currently serves as the chairman. Deacon Woodberry’s favorite scripture is Psalms 23, because he finds strength in that chapter. What motivates Deacon Woodberry’s daily walk with the Lord is that when he can’t depend on anyone else he can always depend on the Lord. The best advice Deacon Woodberry can give to a new comer to the body of Christ is to love God with everything they have and to learn about Him.
Bro. Michael Davis II has been a member of King Baptist Church for 21 years. In that time frame he has become the director of the Mission Choir is on the nominating committee. He also serves on the Young Adult Ministry and is a trustee in training. What motivates Bro. Davis is thinking about what God’s done and how He works through others and recognizing God’s power. His favorite scripture is Mark 16:16 because it simply clarifies steps to become a christian. If he had to give advice to a new comer to the body of Christ it would be, be strong. Think about a loaf of bread when Jesus Christ blessed the bread, He broke it even though it was broken it was still blessed. That’s how we are even though we are broken we are still blessed in His hands.
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