Circuit Ridin Preacher at Church building reDedication

The Hopeful Primitive Baptist Church was organized in 1825 on what was called the “American Frontier” – now Fayette County, Georgia.  Representatives of soldiers and veterans from the American Revolution and the Army of the Confederate States of America, the government of France and many local and state dignitaries were here for the rededication ceremony of the restored old church house on May 2, 2015.

Flags

I Pledge Allegience

I Pledge Allegiance

REVOUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER - Col. (ret.) Bo Hill who is also commander of the local Sons of Confederate Veterans.

REVOUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER – Col. (ret.) Bo Hill who is also commander of the local Sons of Confederate Veterans.

French volunteers were key to U S independence.

French volunteers were key to U S independence.

Reverent Confederates

Reverent Confederates

Seedling from the "Marie Antoinette Tree", delivered by a curator of the Palace of Versailles.

Seedling from the “Marie Antoinette Tree”, delivered by a curator of the Palace of Versailles.

3 thoughts on “Circuit Ridin Preacher at Church building reDedication

  1. Great, Dun! So good to hear your voice last PM. We love you!

    Shirley & Ron

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  2. Thanks, Dun. I love getting your posts. Janice Wood (from Baker days; friend of Jim & Pat Edwards; Elaine Wood Radmer’s Mom

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  3. Janice, thanks for getting in touch. Where are you living now? Would love to see you.

    I’m on the road again (Hallelujah). Left Georgia on May 24 and had many opportunities to visit with former missionaries who have ‘finished’ their ministries overseas and a few who did not really finish. Some needed to be “provoked to love and good works” and others needed to be reminded of the fact that there are and have been folks behind the scenes praying and watching their ministries and their lives. And in spite of my desire to be a blessing to them, they have all been an encouragement and a challenge to me to keep pressing on. Went thru Tennessee, Minnesota, Montana, Idaho and then Eleanor flew out to meet me in Spokane and we came on down here to Oregon.

    She’ll be flying back after another week here in Oregon and Washington for her family reunion and some other appointments and responsibilities. It has been such a great blessing to have her here. Pray that our Lord will make me effective as I minister in a youth camp and then in several churches. What a privilege to serve the KING!

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