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Parkview Southern Baptist Church


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McKee Holiness Church


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Grace Evangelical Fellowship


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www.kansas.com

Pastor Bruce Hays of Parkview Southern Baptist Church believes in the Rapture, but doesn't think it's happening this Saturday. (May, 19, 2011)
Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle | Buy this photo Pastor Bruce Hays of Parkview Southern Baptist Church believes in the Rapture, but doesn't think it's happening this Saturday. (May, 19, 2011) Bruce Hays, pastor at Parkview Southern Baptist Church in Wichita, said he believes in the rapture and the end of the world, but he also believes in taking the Scripture literally. And Jesus said nobody knows the date or hour it will happen. "It's God's timetable," Hays said. People like Camping do more harm than good to true believers when their predictions fail. "At the end of the day, Christianity looks like an idiotic faith system. It's branded across the board," Hays said. Hays and other religious leaders in Wichita who believe in the rapture said signs are growing that it's going to happen, but probably not by Saturday. Jesus compared the end of the world to birth pains, when the Earth suffers disasters such as earthquakes, pestilence and famines that grow in numbers and intensity as the end nears, they said. Although more disasters than usual seem to have occurred in recent times, the intensity isn't there yet, Hays said. "For anybody's who's wanting to pay attention, there's not going to be any question," Hays said. Meanwhile, Camping's predictions discredit true believers. "If in our lifetimes more of these things do begin to happen, and I stand up and say, 'It's here,' who's going to believe you? Hays said.


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Pastor: Bruce HaysAddress: 3430 S Meridian Ave Wichita KS 67217-2152Telephone: 316-943-7321Email: parkview-sbc@yahoo.com


www.thejacksoncountytimes.com

Pastor: Bruce Hays


firefellowship.org [cached]

Bruce Hays - Southgate, MI
Pastor, Grace Evangelical Fellowship


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Bruce Hays - Southgate
Pastor, Grace Evangelical Fellowship


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