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Johnny F. Dickerson

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FBC Mansfield

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History « Big Lake Baptist Church (BLBC)

biglakebaptist.com [cached]

In August 1956, John Dickerson (Alvilda), pastor of FBC Palmer, and summer missionaries Norman Lytle, Edith Nunn, and Coy Long conducted a VBS in two tents on the Hornsby homestead.
John Dickerson resigned the FBC Palmer to become full-time pastor of the Big Lake Mission in the fall of 1957.


www.sbclife.org

Johnny Dickerson, senior pastor of FBC Mansfield, said, "The thing that appealed to me about Embrace was that we were stepping into places and situations where there was not already an IMB missionary on the ground.
"When we decided we were going to do this," Dickerson recounted, "I told our church, 'We are not sending a missionary-we are sending you.'" Dickerson said the project embodies what he endeavors to preach every Sunday: "You have got to put your faith into action." "The results are eternal," Dickerson said.


charismanews.com

Johnny Dickerson, senior pastor of FBC Mansfield, said, "The thing that appealed to me about Embrace was that we were stepping in to places and situations where there was not already an IMB missionary on the ground.
Dickerson said the project embodies what he endeavors to preach every Sunday: "You have got to put your faith into action," he said. The results are eternal, Dickerson said. "Some day in Glory there is going to be someone from my people group," he said.


townhall.com

Johnny Dickerson, senior pastor of FBC Mansfield, said, "The thing that appealed to me about Embrace was that we were stepping into places and situations where there was not already an IMB missionary on the ground.
"When we decided we were going to do this," Dickerson recounted, "I told our church, 'We are not sending a missionary -- we are sending you.'" Dickerson said the project embodies what he endeavors to preach every Sunday: "You have got to put your faith into action." Hodges echoed the need for faith as they engage in Embrace. "There is no way that a church of 80 to 100 people in Louisiana can reach a European people group of 200,000," he said. The results are eternal, Dickerson said.


bpnews.net

Johnny Dickerson, senior pastor of FBC Mansfield, said, "The thing that appealed to me about Embrace was that we were stepping into places and situations where there was not already an IMB missionary on the ground.
"When we decided we were going to do this," Dickerson recounted, "I told our church, 'We are not sending a missionary -- we are sending you.'" Meanwhile, Hodges and his wife Dawn had never been on a mission trip or out of the country before going to Europe for training. "All of this is very new to us. Not to mention the fact that we are both introverts," he said. Dickerson said the project embodies what he endeavors to preach every Sunday: "You have got to put your faith into action. Hodges echoed the need for faith as they engage in Embrace. "There is no way that a church of 80 to 100 people in Louisiana can reach a European people group of 200,000," he said. The results are eternal, Dickerson said. "And so we know we have this glorious Gospel to take to the ends of the earth," Kelley said, moving to New Testament passages like John 3:16, Mark 1:17 and Matthew 28:18-20.


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