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Baptist Theological Seminary. Pastor

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In a Friday, Sept. 18, 2009 photo, inmates seated in the pews to the right of a chapel located at the Louisiana State Penitentiary are in the program for a Bachelor of Arts degrees from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Pastor Sidney Deloch, left, speaks. (AP Photo/Judi Bottoni) Copyright 2010 AP News


www.hutchnews.com [cached]

Sidney Deloch, an inmate who is 28 years into a life sentence, said faith-based programs also have made life better inside the prison. "This prison used to be one of the bloodiest in the country," said Deloch, a Baptist minister at Angola.


www.thebanner.org

The sermon was delivered to both congregations by Rev. Sidney Deloch, an inmate and pastor at Angola.


www.religionandsocialpolicy.org [cached]

Sidney Deloch is serving a life sentence for aggravated rape.He has been at Angola for 25 years and became an inmate pastor after taking correspondence courses."When I came here it was a fast-moving, bloody prison," he said.


www.dictionaryofchristianese.com

25-26 55 : St. John inmate Pastor Sidney Deloch asked the congregation to give "a clap offering of praise" to the Lord before leading them in song and prayer.


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