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Jackson Progress-Argus - Peace ...
Jackson Progress-Argus - Peace requires religious tolerance - Hal Brady, a United Methodist pastor and Executive Director of Hal Brady Ministries in Atlanta, stresses the importance of creative dialogue between faiths in order to break down the walls that separate us and work for peace.
Dr. Hal Brady continues ...
Dr. Hal Brady continues ministry in retirement
Former St. Luke United Methodist Church pastor Dr. Hal Brady has continued his ministry in retirement through writing, teaching, weekly television broadcasts and a website (www.halbradyministries.com).
Wanting to continue proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ after 50 years of active ministry and his June 2011 retirement from the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church, he formed Hal Brady Ministries.
Whether teaching seminars, writing Sunday school lessons for the Advocate, or through his
weekly television broadcast, there are two underlying purposes out of which he
"The purpose for the ministry is one, to present the gospel of Jesus Christ in a relevant, Biblical and vital way," Dr. Brady
"The second purpose is to encourage people and to remind them there is still God."
Every Thursday night at 8, Atlanta-area residents can tune in to the Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters (AIB) network to hear relevant and Biblical teaching from Dr. Brady
Every other week, he
heads to the studio and films two sessions back-to-back.
"I have preached one sermon three times each Sunday for the past 25 years," he
"But I find it to be much more difficult to preach two completely different sermons within five minutes of each other!"
Each of the messages is also uploaded to the Hal Brady Ministries
More than 70 programs are available for instant viewing.
Deeply devoted to the South Georgia Conference, Dr. Brady, who now lives in Atlanta, still heads the Conference Center Task Force.
Raising the needed money has been difficult with the current state of the economy, he
said, but he
and the task force are still working hard to secure funding to build the nearly 11,000-square-foot Conference Center.
As the newest Advocate Sunday school lesson writer, Dr. Brady is sharing his faith with a familiar audience.
"I think that they (Advocate Sunday school lessons) have absolutely been vital to people who are interested in Sunday school," he
Reverend Harold Edward ...
Reverend Harold Edward Brady
Harold Edward Brady, son of Leonard E. and Jemima (Ault) Brady was born on October 6, 1927, in Marion, OH.
was united in marriage with Mildred McGovern on August 29, 1948 in Mitchell, SD.
Harold became an active member of First United Methodist Church.
also did "pulpit filling" at various churches in the area when needed.
filled that need for two years at the Turner County Presbyterian Church.
He was also an Adjunct Chaplain for several years at then Sioux Valley Hospital.
sang in a quartet for many years in FL and one here in Sioux Falls, The Reverentials.
enjoyed bowling and golfing.
For many years before retirement was active in Rotary Club
loved being surrounded by his
family and close friends whether playing dominoes or talking, laughing and reminiscing.
was preceded in death by his wife Mildred, his parents, two brothers Clifford and Robert, a sister and her husband Clara and Ray Stair, and brother in law Richard Severns.
The family wishes to thank the entire staff of The Inn on Westport for their dedication to consistently giving Harold
such loving care during the years he
lived with them.
We also want to thank Dr. Burris and the staff of Select Specialty Hospital
for the compassionate care given to Harold
and also his family.
10/16/2006 Weekly Devotions & Sermon
For the past decade, Hal Brady has been senior minister at First United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas.Before leaving for his new appointment at Columbus, Georgia, Dr. Brady told his favorite stewardship story: "Bishop McCabe, who was trying to raise a million dollars for missions, received in his mail one day many discouraging letters, except one from a little boy.When the bishop opened it, out tumbled a badly battered nickel.In the letter the boy had written: 'I'm so glad you are going to get a million dollars for missions.I'm going to help you get it, too.Here's a nickel toward it!It's all I've got now, but when you want any more, call on me!'" (Hal Brady, "Where Is Christ in This Picture?"
TTUMC - "Christmas Gifts"
Hal Brady, pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Dallas, tells this story: "I remember how it was at my house when the time came to put up the Christmas tree.My dad would always get the tree, usually a large one, string the lights and expect the rest of us to finish the task.And the rest of us Brady's would finish it.