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2016 - Evangelists
Rev. Billy Huddleston - an ordained elder and a tenured evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene.
He’s an alumnus of Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee, Ill. During his time there he was a four year member of the Orpheus Choir, participated in the spiritual life program, held revivals and youth revivals across the educational region and sang with the southern gospel quartet United.
Billy's music is played nationally on Southern Gospel Radio and has appeared in the Christian Voice and Singing News magazines—as well as charting on the Singing News National Top 80 Southern Gospel Chart.
Billy enjoyed a successful three-year stint in youth ministry before entering the field of full time evangelism. His passion? Leading people into a powerful encounter with the living Christ. Billy delivers in-depth messages with an intensity and intelligence that aren’t forgotten.
Pastor David Gallimore - is fulfilling a lifelong dream as he answers God's call into Evangelism.
A product of the evangelical camp meeting environment of the 20th century, David is a uniquely gifted communicator who is able to bridge the gap between the revival days of old and the modern day multi-sensory worship era. As a Pastor/Evangelist, David has held hundreds of evangelistic meetings in America, as well as conducting Missionary Outreach in Africa, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, and the Islands of the Caribbean.
David's writings have been published by GROW Magazine, The Evangelist Perspective, and The Preacher's Magazine.
Dr. Ken Schenck - is a professor of New Testament and Ancient Languages at Indiana Wesleyan University.
He is a graduate of Southern Wesleyan University (BA-, Asbury Theological Seminary (MDiv), the University of Kentucky(MA-Ancient Languages) and the University of Durham (PhD).
Ken is primarily focused in the New Testament, especially Hebrews and Paul.
You can check out Ken’s thoughts on his personal blog at www.kenschenck.blogspot.com.
Doug and Darla Kearce are full-time Commissioned Evangelists in the Church of the Nazarene. Their ministry celebrating over 30 years has taken them to 38 states, from transient farm worker camps to inner city sidewalks. Before entering itinerant evangelism, they ministered to children in traditional and nontraditional settings, always searching for children who do not come through the doors of our churches, such as foster children in group homes and children of homeless families. Home for the Kearce’s is the little community of Lafayette Tennessee, 50 miles northeast of Nashville.