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Don Dilmore

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First Baptist Church


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First Baptist Church

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Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary

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Southern Baptists of Texas Convention [cached]

Don Dilmore, member of First Baptist Church Montgomery may have just the answer.Dilmore, 75, recently authored a book to guide a new Christian in how to live the Christian life called New Beginnings: Things To Know To Become A Better Christian.The book is designed as a 13-week study that guides the new believer through the basic tenets of the faith. Dilmore said he wrote this "labor of love" to "help new Christians to find a better grasp on what is necessary to be a better Christian.""I believe that witnessing is the most important part of discipleship," Dilmore said, "but it must be followed closely by helping the new Christian learn how to live a Christian life and become a witness."According to Dilmore the book is "written in simple language so a new Christian or a teen can go through it effectively by themselves."However, Dilmore stresses the importance of a mentor during the 13-week study.The "veteran" of the Christian walk plays the part of guide, encourager and accountability partner."I suggested a mentor mainly to be an encourager and a facilitator to introduce the new Christian to the church staff, members and particularly their Sunday School class, and to answer any questions that might come up." The book began as a Bible study for a new believer's Sunday School class taught by Dilmore.After observing a dearth of discipleship material available to his church, the pastor of the church asked Dilmore to put together some information and teach it to the new Christians.Dilmore's class became very popular and fed many new Christians and nurtured them in their new life in Christ.In the mid-1980s, Dilmore retired from the real estate business.During this time, Dilmore and his wife moved back to the Houston area.While attending First Church of The Woodlands, the Texas Baptist taught his material and received feedback from the pastor and church members.There are plenty of other discipleship books on the market today, but according to Dilmore there is a difference in his.He said New Beginnings is written on a "more personal level than other new Christian curriculum."Learning about tithing is one of the things Dilmore believes sets his book apart.During week 12, Dilmore explains how the Southern Baptist church reaches beyond its four walls.The book teaches new Christians that God owns everything, but God gives his people the opportunity to be a part. "Understand that he doesn't need our help.He owns it all, and he can sustain it without our meager part.But he is testing us to see if we are good stewards," Dilmore writes.The author also explains the makeup of the Southern Baptist Convention including the local church, the state convention and the national convention.He explains how each identity functions within the SBC. Prayer is another message Dilmore believes new believers need to hear early and often."A lot of people don't pray for anything outside their own family," he said. In the daily study material found in the back of the book, Dilmore offers suggestions each day for things the student can pray for.In addition to the book on discipleship, Dilmore has written a book that traces the history of the First Baptist Church of Marble Falls.He has also completed a novel that he hopes to publish soon and is currently working on a series of children's books.The book can be purchased directly from Dilmore by writing him at 21 Edgewood Ct.Montgomery, Texas 77356 or dropping an e-mail to g

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Bentwater resident, Don Dilmore, has recently had his fourth book published.It is titled, "GOD WAS THERE ALL THE TIME".CHRISTIAN SOURCE BOOKSTORES have invited Don to hold a book signing in their stores on Saturday March 24.He will be at the Conroe store on Hwy. 105, in front of Home Depot, from 10 a.m. until 1, and in The Woodlands Mall store, next to Macys, from 2 until 4.He will also be signing copies of an earlier book, "NEW BEGINNINGS". "GOD WAS THERE ALL THE TIME" is a biography of a man in the Hill Country who was known as "the meanest man in San Saba County, until he met God.""This is a book every parent and teen needs to read," Dilmore says."There was never a better example of mistakes parents make in raising their children, and teens ruining their lives in experimenting with drugs and alcohol. Don is an ordained pastor and served as Vice-President of the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, and is on the staff of First Baptist Church in Conroe . He has written three previous books.He is presently working on a novel, and another non-fiction book.He has had numerous articles in magazines, including Lifewise, Texas Magazine, On Mission, Horizons, and others.

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Having served as the first president of the Council, Don Dilmore (from Texas) volunteered two years on campus as Director of Development (1993-95).

Make Your Retirement Income Last [cached]

By Don Dilmore Don Dilmore has a degree in economics and spent more than 40 years in estate planning and real estate management.He taught financial planning at the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary. This article appears in the February/March 2003 issue of LifeWise magazine.Copyright © 2003 Focus on the Family.All rights reserved.International copyright secured.

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