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Ed Kuffel, Senior ...
Ed Kuffel, Senior Pastor
Pastor Ed Kuffel began his ministry as Senior Pastor of Friendship in the summer
is married to Carla, and they are blessed to be the parents of their
twins, Jackson and Katy.
Ed has been a pastor for over twenty years, having
served churches in Arizona, California, Florida, and Connecticut.
Pastor Ed has
a Bachelor's degree from Grand Canyon University
(Phoenix, AZ), a Master of
Divinity from Southwestern Seminary
(Ft. Worth, TX), and a Doctorate from
Golden Gate Seminary
(Mill Valley, CA).
is a self-described nerd who can
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Dr. Kuffel began his ministry at First Baptist Church of Dade City on Easter Sunday, 2004.
He is a graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
He received his doctorate at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.
wife, Carla in 1987 and they have twin children, Katy and Jackson.
unquenching thirst to know God more drives his
study and sermon preparation.
Dade City, First Baptist Church, 37511 ...
Dade City, First Baptist Church, 37511 Church Rd., Dade City FL, 352-567-3265, Dr. Ed Kuffel, Pastor, www.fbcdadecity.org
Ed Kuffel, pastor of ...
Ed Kuffel, pastor of First Southern Baptist Church, was at the church office in a neighboring building when he learned of the shooting.
died in Scott's arms," Kuffel
told The California Southern Baptist.
"There were people in the fellowship hall.
This happened in the kitchen, away from where the crowd was, so we're all thankful for that," Kuffel
As news of the killing spread, expressions of concern began pouring in from across the nation, Kuffel
"That was a real blessing," Kuffel
said, voicing appreciation for the outpouring of prayers and concern.
"There's a lot of intense ministry ahead of us and we're not going to be able to do it without prayer," he
The morning following the fatal shooting, Kuffel
took part in the nationally televised "Cope" program on Southern Baptists' FamilyNet cable television network.
was a guest on the program which also featured Al Meredith, pastor of Wedgwood Baptist church in Fort Worth, Texas, where a gunman killed seven people Sept. 15 before killing himself.
Asked if revival services scheduled to begin Sunday at the Fresno church would proceed as planned, Kuffel
told The California Southern Baptist, "Absolutely.