Faw to nominate McGill for N.C. Pastors’ Conference president
    May 6 2014 by Press report

    Cameron McGill will be nominated in November for president of the North Carolina Pastors’ Conference by R. Scott Faw, pastor of Moon’s Chapel Baptist Church in Siler City.

    Cameron McGill

    “Cameron is a loyal Southern Baptist and a leader among leaders,” Faw said. “Cameron is a champion for the inerrancy of scripture just like the current leadership of this convention.”
    McGill has been pastor of Dublin First Baptist Church (FBC) for 14 years. He is also a graduate of Emmanuel Baptist University. McGill currently serves as the second vice president of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC). He has also served on the board of directors, executive committee and the nominating committee. In the Bladen Association, he has served in many capacities including  moderator and numerous committees.
    He has led FBC to partner with a New York Baptist church and a church in Moldova through the office of Great Commission partnerships at the BSC. 
    5/6/2014 11:38:55 AM by Press report | with 0 comments
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