SBC President Hunt clear of cancer
    January 17 2010 by Baptist Press

    WOODSTOCK, Ga. — Follow-up tests for Johnny Hunt show him clear of cancer, according to a spokesman for the president of the Southern Baptist Convention.

    Jim Law, executive pastor of the Atlanta-area First Baptist Church in Woodstock where Hunt is pastor, shared Hunt’s doctor’s report that there was “no trace of cancer” and he “could not be more pleased” with Hunt’s prognosis.

    According to the doctor, he is “healing well,” Law said.

    Hunt underwent surgery to remove his prostate Jan. 7.

    “Dr Hunt would like to extend his heartfelt appreciation to all who have prayed for him and his family during this time,” Law said. “God has been faithful and has used you all to be such a great source of encouragement and blessing to him. “He is deeply grateful.”

    Law asked Southern Baptists to continue to pray for Hunt’s complete healing, and said Hunt expressed that he “was excited about seeing how God will use Southern Baptists at an even greater way in the days ahead.”

    (EDITOR’S NOTE — Compiled by Will Hall, executive editor of Baptist Press.)  
    1/17/2010 9:09:00 AM by Baptist Press | with 1 comments

Del Parkerson
This is extremely good news! I know Johnny personally and genuinely appreciate what God has done and is doing through this fine young man. He had his start here in Wilmington around the time I served the Temple Baptist Church as pastor. He delivered an outstanding message later on in the early 1990's at a Sandy Creek Association Evangelism Conference held in the Sanford First Baptist church when I was pastor there. God has still got a lot of good things for Johnny to do in the building of his kingdom. Thank you, Lord, for hearing and answering the prayers of his many friends.
1/18/2010 6:19:55 PM

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