For the week of November 7, 2002
• BATON ROUGE – Stevendale church: Four Fold in concert;
Nov. 9, 7 p.m.; Michael J. LoBrutto, pastor.
• KEITHVILLE – First church: Gospel Jubilee featuring
several singing groups and Johnny Parrack, tenor; Nov. 16, 6:30 p.m.; for information,
call (318) 925-9467; Mike Stowell, pastor.
• DENHAM SPRINGS – Grays Creek church: Squire Parsons
in concert; Nov. 9, 6:30 p.m.; tickets are $10 per person; Carl Sullivan, pastor.
• PINEVILLE – Pineville Park church: Louisiana College
Choral in concert; Nov. 10, 6 p.m.; Thomas Lott, Jr., minister of music/education;
Gregory Carroll, pastor.
• ELIZABETH – Elizabeth church: Nov. 10, 10:45 a.m., dinner
on the grounds and singing to follow; Jerry Adams, pastor.
• HOMER – New Hope church: Nov. 10, 11 a.m. with lunch
to follow; David Bazer, guest speaker; Kingdom Bound, music; Eddie Ballance,
• MONTGOMERY – Union Hill church: Nov. 10-13, 7 p.m.;
nursery provided; Oda “Tuck” Roberts, evangelist; Frank Alexander,
music; Earnest Little, pastor.
• DERIDDER – Temple church: Nov. 17, 6 p.m.; Nov. 18-20,
7 p.m.; evangelists are as follows: Sun.- Stuart Graves, Mon.- Shane Nugent,
Tues.- Roger Gill and Wed.-Bruce Crosby; E. Dudley Rutledge, pastor.
• MINDEN – Antioch church: Nov. 17, 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m.;
Nov. 18-20; 7 p.m.; Joe Aulds, evangelist; The Aulds Family, music; Danny Warbington,
• STANLEY – Mt. Olivet church: Nov. 10-13, 7 p.m.; Lyndon
Longoria, evangelist; John Newman, music; Dennis LaFleur, pastor.
• BAYOU CHICOT – Calvary church: 190th; Nov. 17, 10 a.m.
with lunch and singing to follow; Charles Bignar, guest speaker; Janice McCoy,
music; Leon Terrell, pastor.
• ARCADIA – Emmanuel Hurricane church: 70th; Nov. 10,
10:30 a.m., lunch to follow; Butch Riddle, guest speaker.
• LAFAYETTE – First church: Centennial Celebration; Nov.
17, 8:15 a.m. with a brunch fellowship at 9:30 a.m. and another service at 11
a.m.; for more information, call (337) 233-1774, extension 3039; Perry R. Sanders,
• MINDEN – First church: Organ dedication; Nov. 10, 6
p.m.; in memory of Grace Turner; concert to follow, featuring world-class organist,
Ray Peebles; Wayne DuBose, pastor.
• WINNFIELD – First church: Robert Hand to the gospel
ministry; Nov. 17, 6 p.m.; Lindsey Burns, pastor.
• PITKIN – First church: Jerry Deters to the deacon ministry;
Nov. 10, 3 p.m.; Stephen Laughlin, pastor.
• RAYVILLE – Pat Lofton to Woodlawn church as interim
• NATCHITOCHES – Craig Beeman to Calvary church, coming
from Wallace church in Pelican.
• WEST MONROE – Larry L. Linson to Edgewood church.
• STARKS – Tony R. Bourque to First church, has been serving
as youth minister and associate pastor for the past six years.
• ALBANY – Errol Faust resigns Old Zion Hill church.
• JENA – Todd Rogers to First church as minister of music/education,
coming from Friendship church in Grenada, Miss.; Dominick C. DiCarlo, Jr., pastor.
• JONESVILLE – Adam Philley to First church as music director;
Gary Norris, interim pastor.
• GONZALES – Central church: Part-time music director;
send resumes to: Central Baptist Church, Attn.: S. Means, 14200 Hwy. 44, Gonzales,
LA 70737 or call Susan Means at (225) 644-1058; Jay Avance, pastor.
• PINEVILLE – Alpine First church: Full-time minister
of music; resumes to: Alpine First Baptist Church, Attn.: Personnel Committee,
7215 Shreveport Hwy., Pineville, LA 71360; Sammy Morrow, pastor.
• ZWOLLE – Aimwell church: Part-time minister of music;
resumes to: Aimwell Baptist Church, Attn: Search Committee, 1892 Hwy. 1215,
Zwolle, LA 71486; Doug White, pastor.
• ALBANY – Old Zion Hill church: Full-time pastor; send
resumes to: Old Zion Hill Baptist Church, Attn.: Pastor Search Committee, P.
O. Box 777, Albany, LA 70711; or call (225) 567-3331.
• ALBANY – Errol Faust available for pulpit supply, interim
pastorate and revivals; call (225) 209-1080.
• NEW ORLEANS – Donald W. Minton, 78, died Oct. 17. After
receiving New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminarys first doctor of religious
education degree, Minton served as the first editor of Family Life Curriculum
at the Baptist Sunday School Board (now Lifeway Christian Resources). He returned
to the seminary to serve as first dean of seminary services and began the first
adult education classes. He also served as the seminarys first academic
counselor and director of testing. He retired after 33 years of service. He
is survived by his wife, Ellen, and two children.