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Atlas Church of Christ
Atlas Church of Christ consists of a membership of over 450 people from birth to our oldest members who are in their 90's and there are educational and motivational opportunities for everyone. Our Minister is Miles Stutts. He is married to the former Carl
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Minister: Miles A. Stutts
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Our Minister Miles Stutts is also involved in planning activities.
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Miles Stutts, minister of Atlas Church of Christ in Killen, said his congregation is mindful of the resurrection every week with the partaking of the Lord's supper.
"The resurrection is vitally important because if Jesus hadn't raised from the dead, we'd be serving a God of broken promises," he
Miles Alan Stutts is the son ...
Miles Alan Stutts is the son of Horace and Louise Stutts.
Miles graduated from Mars Hill Bible School and attended Freed Hardeman University, David Lipscomb University and graduated from Heritage Christian University (formerly International Bible College) with a B.A. in Bible and a minor in Ministry.
Miles has served as a Youth Minister and song director, Associate Minister and Pulpit Minister for 7 congregations.
work with the Atlas congregation in 2011.
Miles hosts one minute radio spots that are heard on 3 radio stations each day.
The opening statement, "This is a minute to live by.
and then an applicable story of everyday life is applied to good Bible teaching.
loves God and he
loves people and that will include you.
states, "The ground is level at the foot of the cross and that is true in this congregation too."
You will have a friend in Miles
More than anything he
wants to help you get to Heaven one day!
Miles A. Stutts
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In 1999, Miles Stutts was ...
In 1999, Miles Stutts was hired to serve as pulpit minister.
He and his wife, Carla, and children, Drew, Ella, and Abby, moved to Gardendale from Florence, Alabama.
In 2004, the church went forward with a plan to expand the main auditorium.
In December of 2004, the construction began.
The new building would be able to seat over 1,000 people.
It would also add several new classrooms and enhance the overall facility.
The construction was completed and the main auditorium was re-opened in May of 2005.
In March of 2005, brother Miles Stutts and his family left DHCC to move closer to their family.
We are all very grateful for the service that Miles and his family offered to both us and the community.
He will be missed.