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Kent Hovind to be reprosecuted

Kent Hovind gives us important legal update after discussions with public defender concerning a new trial for him and John Paul Hansen. Prosecutors are looking to retry Kent and Paul over hung jury decisions: http://youtu.be/HOicDtAu02U   Psalm 59   Now is the time to get more passionate about spreading the Good word of the Lord.   I will upload video on…

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307 – Nov. 03 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Christ the True Refuge 1847 – Rev. and Mrs. I.J. Stoddard, appointed by the American Baptist Missionary Union, sailed from Boston on the Cato to serve the Lord in Assam. Rev. Stoddard’s expertise was in the field of education, however, he preached extensively, until nine years later when ill health forced them back to the states in 1856. After returning…

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277 – Oct. 04 – This Day in Baptist History Past

He published the Word 1829 – Cephas and Stella Bennett arrived in Calcutta, having sailed from Philadelphia the previous May. After spending several months observing the printing ministry of William Carey in India, they continued on to Maulmain, Burma, arriving on January 14, 1830. Cephas was born to the godly Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Bennett, pastor of the Baptist church…

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236 – Aug. 24 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Bengal Bay “God Giveth The Increase” 1835 – Samuel S. Day was ordained to the Gospel ministry, he and his wife having been appointed to the field of the Teloogoos in India on August 3rd. There were approximately 18 million of these people inhabiting the western coast on the Bay of Bengal. Their religion was Brahmanism with its suffocating caste…

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206 – July 25 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Christ’s Ambassador to the West Washington would be called the “Father of America,” but John Mason Peck would be known “God’s Ambassador to the Mississippi Valley.” He was born on Oct. 21, 1789 and in 1807 began teaching school. In 1809 he married Sally Paine, who proved to be an ideal wife for the pioneering life that God had in…

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14 – Jan. 14 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

“The Bible is the only rule of faith and practice.”   On Jan. 14, 1864, the US War Dept. notified its military personnel: “You are hereby directed to place at the disposal of the American Baptist Home Mission Society all houses of worship belonging to Baptist churches in the South, in which a loyal minister does not now officiate.”  The…

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