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Phillip Wayne Bray

minister , writer

Phillip Wayne Bray, American minister, writer. Ordained minister Baptist Church, 1997. Member steering committee Millen Make-a-Difference, since 2002; Member of Alumni Association Columbia International University (life), Alumni Association New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (life).

Background

Bray, Phillip Wayne was born on January 13, 1973 in Dothan, Alabama, United States. Son of Phil and Harriette Bray.

Education

Associate in Pastoral Ministry, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1999. Bachelor in Christian Education, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 2002. Master of Arts in Theological Studies, Columbia International University, South Carolina, 2003.

Career

Associate pastor New Antioch Baptist Church, Shannon, Georgia, 1996—1998, Christ Baptist Church, Houma, Louisiana, 1998—2000. Pastor Oak Hill Baptist Church, Millen, Georgia, since 2000. Vice moderator Middle Baptist Association, Sylvania, Georgia, 2001—2002, moderator, 2002—2003.

Member executive committee Georgia Baptist Convention, Atlanta, since 2002, chairman committee on committees, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Ordained minister Baptist Church, 1997.

Works

  • Author: The Rock that Blooms, April Bible Studies. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Religion

Christian faith rests not on our own feelings, but on the promises of a faithful God.

Views

The family is encompassing a wider range of options than that of the two-generational unit of parents and children.

Membership

Member steering committee Millen Make-a-Difference, since 2002. Member of Alumni Association Columbia International University (life), Alumni Association New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (life).

Connections

Married Amy Marie Pike, August 10, 1996. Children: William Phillip, James McDurmon, Zachary Taylor.

Politics

Christians should engage the culture through discipleship within the churches and through participation in the democratic public policy and political process in order to help fulfill the kingdom mandate taught in the Bible and expressed in the Baptist Faith to bring industry, government, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and brotherly love.