Awesome August 2019

Awesome August kicks off on Sunday, August 4 with the “Happily Forever After” Children’s production at Mason Creek.  On the second, third, and fourth Monday (no evening services the Sunday before) join us for an amazing uplifting service featuring a new guest each Monday!  We will start each special service off with a meal at 6:00pm and the service begins at 7:00pm.  There is no charge for this AWESOME event.  A love offering will be taken.

Sunday, August 4 – “Happily Forever After”

WHBC Kids Musical Production

Knights! Castles! Princesses! Dragons! Join Princess Pride, Sir Brags-a-lot, and their curious band on an amazing trek in a very faraway land.

When the Carpenter from another kingdom brings the troubling news that their castle (built far away from the King), is actually built on sand and will not withstand the coming storm, they hesitantly choose to follow him as he has promised to show them this “better Kingdom,” and assures them he’ll take them “all the way, and will never leave them.”

Encountering troubles, temptations, and some very funny characters along the way, ultimately their narrow road to “The Shining Kingdom” seems hopelessly blocked by the Dragon Doom. But the seemingly-simple Carpenter steps forward to fight the dragon on their behalf, and vows that “even if you hear that I have died slaying the dragon, don’t fear — my Father has promised I’ll be victorious, and see you safely home!”

Monday, August 12 – Dr. Lloyd Scott, Sr

Pastor Scott accepted his call into the ministry in January 1973. In June of 1989 he became Pastor of Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church of Port Arthur, Texas. He presently serves as Chairman of the Port Arthur City Wide Revival Committee, President of the newly developed Concerned Pastors’ of Port Arthur, a board member of Weed and Seed Redevelopment Steering Committee, NAACP, a board member S.E.T.I.O (Hurricane Rita disaster recovery), board member of Samaritan Counseling, Inc. and Chaplain of the Port Arthur Police Department.

Pastor Scott has been married to Hope Winifred Myles Scott since May of 1977. They have four children: Samuel, Michael (Tonia), Lloyd, Jr. (Tara), and Bridget and six grandchildren: Tevin, Alaniece, Gabriel, Mikhaela, Keyon’dre, JaBari, and Lloyd, III.

Music by Adam Perkins & Combined Choirs

Music and Education Pastor, First Baptist Church Hughes Springs.  “As a young child I accepted Jesus Christ as the Lord and Savior of my life. With that major concern out of the way, my mind could now be focused on God’s perfect will for my life. Being raised in a musical family and having been given the gift of music, I felt my calling into the ministry. I prayed that God would clear the path and open doors to a life of service and ministry for His glory. His direction has been clear. I will continue to seek His Will and Way for my life and pray that my ministry through music will always bring glory to His name.” Adam and wife Danielle have three precious daughters Kandace, Katelyn, Kallie and son, Keller.

Monday, August 19 – Dr. Heath Peloquin

Dr. Heath Peloquin joined the staff of Summer Grove Baptist Church, Shreveport, on November 18, 2018 after serving as the Director of Missions for the North Texas Baptist Association. He has over 23 years’ experience in ministry. He received his Doctor of Ministry in Evangelism and Missions from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Peloquin and his wife, Jennifer have four children, Emilee, Ethan, Anna and Logan.
God has gifted Heath with tremendous enthusiasm and passion for the lost. His faithfulness to the Word of God and his communication style make his sermons both powerful and engaging. He is uniquely gifted to clearly communicate the Gospel to all ages. He possesses the rare qualities of an evangelist heart, faithfulness to God’s word, and the ability to relate to all he meets.
Testimony:
I was raised in a Christian home by parents who love Jesus and taught me to love Him. At the age of 10, I fell under the conviction of the Holy Spirit at a revival service, repented of my sin and surrendered my life to Jesus Christ. God saved me that night and my life has never been the same. I felt the call of God to ministry at age 13. I have served in ministry full time since 1996. God has continually affirmed His call on my life.

Music by Ricky Hall & Combined Choirs

Ricky became the Pastor of Music at Immanuel in May of 2003. He married his wife, Lea, in 1985. They have two precious children: Cameron and Katie. Ricky is an East Texas Baptist University alumnus and graduated with a Master of Music degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He enjoys camping, fishing, and the Texas Rangers.

Monday, August 26 – Dr. Robert Jeffress

Dr. Robert Jeffress is Senior Pastor of the 13,000-member First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas and a Fox News Contributor. He is also an adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Dr. Jeffress has made more than 2,000 guest appearances on various radio and television programs and regularly appears on major mainstream media outlets, such as Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends,” “Hannity,” “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” “Varney & Co.,” and “Judge Jeanine,” also ABC’s “Good Morning America,” and HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher.”

Dr. Jeffress hosts a daily radio program, Pathway to Victory, that is heard nationwide on over 930 stations in major markets such as Dallas-Fort Worth, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle. His weekly television program can be seen in 195 countries and on 11,295 cable and satellite systems throughout the world, including China and on the Trinity Broadcasting Network and Daystar.

Dr. Jeffress is the author of 24 books including When Forgiveness Doesn’t Make Sense, Countdown to the Apocalypse, Not All Roads Lead to Heaven, and his newest book, A Place Called Heaven: 10 Surprising Truths About Your Eternal Home, to be released September 2017.

Dr. Jeffress led the congregation in the completion of a $135 million re-creation of its downtown campus. The project is the largest in modern church history and serves as a “spiritual oasis” covering six blocks of downtown Dallas.

Dr. Jeffress graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a D.Min., a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a B.S. degree from Baylor University. In May 2010, he was awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree from Dallas Baptist University. In June 2011, Dr. Jeffress received the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year award from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Jeffress and his wife Amy have two daughters, Julia and Dorothy, and a son-in-law, Ryan Sadler.

Music by David Barryhill & Combined Choirs

David joined FBC/Kilgore in September of 2014.

I was saved at the age of 8 in Bonham, Texas. I was called into ministry when I was 12 at Lake Lavon Summer Camp. I gave the Lord my future and my music from that moment on. While attending college, God gave me an incredible wife, Heather, and our journey so far has been nothing short of an adventure. We have 2 amazing sons-Harrison born 1999  and Hayden born 2006.

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