Bullard is nominee for VP of N.C. Pastors’ Conf.
    November 8 2014 by BR Staff

    Kelly Bullard, pastor of Temple Baptist Church in Fayetteville, will be nominated for vice president of the North Carolina Pastors’ Conference on Nov. 10. The announcement came from Lynn M. Bullock, interim pastor of Moores Creek Baptist Church in Currie, who will make the nomination.
     
    “I am pleased to announce my intention to nominate Kelly Bullard for
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    Kelly Bullard, pastor of Temple Baptist Church in Fayetteville, will be nominated for vice president of the North Carolina Pastors’ Conference on Nov. 10.

    vice president of the N.C. Pastors’ Conference,” Bullock wrote in a press release dated Nov. 8. “Kelly's spiritual DNA from godly parents and grandparents has equipped him to become an effective and godly, young pastor. His respect for the older generation of pastors and the respect given him by his peers makes him a great candidate for this office.”
     
    Bullard is a native of Lumberton. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in biblical studies from The College at Southeastern in Wake Forest, and a master of divinity degree in biblical counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also currently pursuing a doctor of ministry degree from Southeastern.
     
    He previously served as associate pastor of Grey Stone Baptist Church in Durham and is currently serving on the board of directors for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, where he serves on the church planting and mission development committee.
     
    The Temple Baptist Church website, where Bullard has served for four years, says his passion is “preaching and teaching God’s Word and seeing lives completely changed by its power.”
     
    Two other pastors will be nominated for the same vice president slot, all announcing within a week of the meeting. The Biblical Recorder recently posted announcements that Steve Ellis of Leland and Brian Langley of Kure Beach will be nominated, also.
     
     
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    11/8/2014 8:22:29 PM by BR Staff | with 0 comments




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