“Paige Patterson, a Southern Baptist statesman, who has devoted his life to Christian ministry, theological education, evangelism, and preaching the Gospel, brought the [Truett McConnell University] chapel message using Heb. 4:12 as his text…
Patterson concluded his message by sharing a personal testimony of leading a man named Mark to the Lord on an airplane. He told the man that there is a book in the Bible addressed to him. He then used the Gospel of Mark to share God’s plan of salvation and the man trusted Christ as Savior, proving again that the Word of God is ‘alive and powerful.’
A proclamation was presented to Paige and Dorothy Patterson by the Faculty of the Hubmaier School of Theology extolling the distinguished couple for their four decades of dedicated service to Christ through theological education, their passion for spreading the Gospel at home and around the world, their vital service in a myriad of ways to Southern Baptists and their being exemplary role models of Christian living…
While the 2019 Paige and Dorothy Patterson Spring Lecture Series focused on ‘Radical Reformation,’ the 2020 emphasis will be on the subject of “Creation.’”
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