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Moran’s First Baptist Church to host revival services Sunday through Tuesday, Sept. 25-27

Moran’s First Baptist Church to host revival services Sunday through Tuesday, Sept. 25-27
September 24
10:37 2022

First Baptist Church of Moran will hold a Fall Revival Service on Sunday through Tuesday, Sept. 25-27, at the church, 616 Post Oak St. in Moran.

The three-day event will begin on Sunday, Sept. 25, with 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. services featuring Pastor Richard A. Jackson and The Pools. Monday and Tuesday’s 7 p.m. services will feature Pastor Larry Briley with music by Aaron Hinshaw. Prior to Tuesday night’s service, pizza will be served at 5:30 p.m.

Richard Jackson’s lifetime of ministry includes pastorates and interim pastorates of Texas Baptist churches around the state, service as a trustee for Howard Payne University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and presidency of the Jackson Center for Evangelism and Encouragement in Brownwood. He also served as pastor of North Phoenix Baptist Church, which grew from a church membership of less than 500 to 22,000 during his time, with more than 20,000 people, mostly adults, being baptized. He now serves as pastor emeritus there.

Jackson was ordained to the Gospel ministry at the age of 19. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts at Howard Payne University and completed his Master of Divinity degree at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also has had conferred upon him the Doctor of Divinity degree by both Grand Canyon University and his alma mater, Howard Payne University.

Following his 1994 retirement from full-time pastorship, Jackson has been the interim pastor of 16 Texas Baptist churches. He has also served as the president of the Jackson Center for Evangelism and Encouragement for 30 years. The center trains men and women for the Gospel ministry and has distributed more than 1.5 million copies of The Covenant of God’s Love, a New Testament which contains notes and outlines from Jackson.

Jim and Beverly Pool are known as “The Pools.” Pool Ministries was founded in September 2008. They have served as full-time music missionaries for the United States for more than 14 years. They are licensed ministers who sing and preach about the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus.

Larry Briley, who is currently serving as Bi-Voc Pastor at FBC Moran, has preached in seven mission trip crusades in Argentina, Romania, Philippines, Guyana, and Guatemala, as well as at revivals in Texas, Oklahoma and Arizona.

Aaron Hinshaw plays the guitar and sings old-time Gospel-type hymns.



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