Chip Hannah slated for N.C. Pastors’ Conf. VP nomination
    July 10 2015 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor

    Josh Phillips, pastor of Memorial Baptist Church in Norwood, announced that he will nominate Chip Hannah as the vice president of the 2017 North Carolina Pastors’ Conference.
    “God has used him in an amazing way” during Hannah’s time at Peace Baptist Church in Whiteville, where he has served as senior pastor since 2005.
    “Chip has a heart for the lost and a desire to see the church be discipled.”
     “In addition to Chip’s passion to serve at Peace,” said Phillips, “God has given Chip an amazing heart for pastors. Chip is a pastor to pastors, and a wonderful example of what a pastor looks like.”
    The nomination is slated for the 2015 Pastors’ Conference, Nov. 1-2 at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro, preceding the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s annual meeting. “It Shall Not Return Void” is the theme for this year’s meeting.
    Phillips was the conference’s 2014 president.
    Officers are elected two years in advance. This year’s officers are: Michael Pardue, president & pastor of First Baptist Church of Icard in Connelly Springs; Joe Smith, vice president & recently retired pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Faith; Dale Robertson, secretary-treasurer and pastor of North Main Baptist Church in Salisbury.
    For 2016, Cameron McGill, pastor of Dublin First Baptist Church, will serve as president. Brian Langley, pastor of First Baptist Church in Kure Beach, will be vice president, and Robertson will serve another year as secretary-treasurer.
    7/10/2015 11:37:33 AM by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments

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