Shelbyville Daily Union

Church

September 14, 2010

Smith Family to Pastor Fellowship Baptist Church

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — Fellowship Baptist Church, 411 W. North Fifth Street will host an Open House welcoming new pastor, Chase Smith and his wife Rebecca and family on Saturday afternoon, September 18, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the church.

Pastor Smith joined us the first of June. Previously they lived in Louisville, Kentucky, while attending Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is pursuing a Master of Arts Degree in Christian Education. In Louisville, he taught the Bible at a private Christian high school. Chase has a passion for teaching the Word of God in a way that all can understand and making disciples for Christ. He also has a great love for families and teaching parents to be the main spiritual educators of their child’s life. He will be an asset to the Shelbyville community.

Chase and his wife Rebecca met at Oklahoma Baptist University. Rebecca is the daughter of Rev. J. R. Crow who pastored at Fellowship Baptist from 1987-1994. Chase and Rebecca have three children and expect another daughter to arrive in mid-October.

Please plan to join us and welcome Pastor Chase and his family to Fellowship Baptist and Shelbyville.

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