Pardue to get BSC Pastor’s Conference president nomination
    June 5 2013 by press report

    Marty Jacumin, pastor of Bay Leaf Baptist in Raleigh, will nominate Micheal Pardue as president of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s (BSC) Pastor’s Conference during the 2013 Pastor’s Conference in November.
    Pardue and his wife of nine years, Rachel, have three sons, Elijah, Jason and Kyle and three daughters, Kristen, Addelyen and Lilyanna. He is native of Taylorsville where he grew up at East Taylorsville Baptist Church. He answered the call to vocational ministry at 13.
    He has been the pastor of First Baptist Church in Icard since February. He has previously served in ministry positions in churches in Ellenboro, Bostic, Shelby, Kings Mountain and Taylorsville during his nine years of ministry.
    Pardue holds a bachelor’s degree in theater arts from Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, a master’s degree in Christian ministry from the T. Walter Brashier Graduate School at North Greenville University in Greer, S.C., and a doctor of education degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
    In November 2009, he was elected vice-president of the BSC Pastor’s Conference and to the BSC Board of Directors in 2010. Earlier this year he was elected to the Board’s Executive Committee.
    6/5/2013 4:49:04 PM by press report | with 0 comments
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