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Dr. Dino Pedrone

Dr. Dino Pedrone


Dr. Dino Pedrone was our guest speaker on April 28, 2013.  A native of Binghamton, New York, Dr. Dino Pedrone is the ninth president of Davis College. Before his role of leadership at Davis College, Dr. Pedrone was the Senior Pastor of New Testament Baptist Church in South Florida (1995 - 2009), and previously held the position of Senior Pastor of The Open Door Church in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania for over 25 years. Dr. Pedrone is an author and has had national and international radio and television ministries. He is passionate about the priority of training men and women to serve Jesus Christ through accredited biblical higher education.

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These are recent/special sermons by our pastors that are not part of other series and sermons by guest speakers.

God With Us!
God With Us: The Life of Christ According to Mark
(A sixteen week study: January through Easter 2014)

Mark, the shortest and simplest of the four gospels, gives a crisp and fast-paced account of the life and activity of Jesus Christ. Mark reveals Jesus as the “Servant” of God who is constantly preaching, healing, teaching and ultimately dying on the Cross. In Mark’s gospel Jesus begins his ministry with large crowds which soon narrows to twelve disciples and finally culminates in his death on the Cross. Mark presents Jesus fulfilling a much larger purpose clearly summarized in Mark 10:45, “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” And that pattern of selfless service becomes the model for those who believe and follow Jesus – the Servant Savior.
When the Church Prays If you study revivals in church history, you will discover an undeniable fact: in the recorded history of the church there has never been a mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit in a revival which did not begin in the persistent, prevailing prayer of a desperate people. Revival has never come because it was "planned" or put on a church calendar. In almost all churches the smallest gathering of people participating numerically is the prayer meeting. Here's the truth - "if we are weak in prayer, we are weak everywhere!"
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