Well-known ministers to visit Augusta-area churches

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Two leading evangelical pastors will appear at services of Augusta-area churches this weekend.

The Rev. Johnny Hunt, former president of the Southern Baptist Convention and pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Ga., will attend the 5:30 p.m. Sunday service at Warren Baptist Church, 3203 Washington Road. Hunt is traveling with his church’s senior adult choir, Solid Rock Singers, which is on tour. For more information, see warrenbaptist.org or call (706) 860-1586.

The Rev. Tony Campolo, the author of more than 35 books and the president of the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education, will preach at services of Wesley United Methodist Church at 8:30, 9:30, and 11 a.m. Sunday

Wesley is located at 825 N. Belair Road, Evans. For more information, see wesleyumc.net or call (706) 869-0888. Childcare will be available.

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competentyes 04/26/12 - 01:43 pm
It's interesting and ironic

It's interesting and ironic that these two men are featured in the same article and will be speaking at Augusta area churches this weekend... they certainly represent opposite sides of the theological spectrum!

Kendall 04/26/12 - 06:21 pm
I don't even see how this is

I don't even see how this is news. If the nation's 2 leading experts on Greek mythology were coming to Augusta State to give lectures would this be news? Maybe in a couple of hundred years, experts in Christianity will show up at colleges and give lectures. And the college kids will think "how cute of them to have believed all that".

howcanweknow 04/26/12 - 10:24 pm
Voltaire said Christianity

Voltaire said Christianity would die out in a generation. After Voltaire's death, his house was used to print Bibles. God has quite a sense of humor.
Critics clammor on, then die into silence. God's word just keeps going, and going, and going....

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