Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church To Host 3-Day Revival Beginning Sunday

Monday, April 15, 2019
Delvin Atchison
Delvin Atchison
Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church will host a three-day Spring Revival from April 24-26, beginning at 6:15 p.m. at the church at 1734 E. Third Street in Chattanooga.
 
The theme of this year’s revival is entitled E.N.G.A.G.E (Executing Now God’s Agenda of the Gospel and Evangelism).
 
The guest lecturer will be Reverend Delvin Atchison, senior pastor of Westside Baptist Church in Lewisville, Tx.
And the guest preacher will be Dr. Claybon Lea, senior pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist in Fairfield and Suisun City, Ca.
 
The community is invited and encouraged to attend. For more information about Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church’s Spring Revival call 423 629-6115 or visit www.orchardknob.org.
Claybon Lea
Claybon Lea

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