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Terry L. Hodges

Pastor

First Baptist Church Madison

HQ Phone:  (601) 856-6177

Direct Phone: (816) ***-****direct phone

Email: t***@***.org

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First Baptist Church Madison

2100 Main Street

Madison, Mississippi,39110

United States

Company Description

We are committed to worship that invites God's presence in our times together and in our daily lives. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Christian Activity Center


Affiliations

Missouri Baptist Convention

Board Member


FBC Odessa

Member


Web References(17 Total References)


www.fbcmadison.org

Terry Hodges Christian Activity Center Director 601-856-6177 x221 thodges@fbcmadison.org


www.baptistpress.com

Terry Hodges, pastor of First Baptist Church in Odessa, Mo., and a member of the Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC) Executive Board, said, "For the first 150 years in this country, Christianity enjoyed home-field advantage.
That's changed and now there's a hostility toward Christians. Rep. Mike McGhee, R.-Odessa, is a member of FBC Odessa, a Southern Baptist congregation, and he sponsored the legislation that led to Amendment 2. He said the amendment would send a message that it's OK to read a Bible in study hall or to pray briefly before a city council meeting.


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Terry Hodges, pastor of First Baptist Church in Odessa, Mo., and a member of the Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC) Executive Board, said, "For the first 150 years in this country, Christianity enjoyed home-field advantage.
That's changed and now there's a hostility toward Christians." Rep. Mike McGhee, R.-Odessa, is a member of FBC Odessa, a Southern Baptist congregation, and he sponsored the legislation that led to Amendment 2. He said the amendment would send a message that it's OK to read a Bible in study hall or to pray briefly before a city council meeting.


mobaptist.org [cached]

Terry Hodges


www.mbcpathway.com

His pastor, Terry Hodges, has been a big help.
Hodges is a member of the MBC Executive Board.


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