Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Dale, SC

 

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8:45 Intercessory prayer

9:45 Sunday School

11:00 Worship Service

 

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Minister Kenneth Bush

 

Minister Kenneth J. Bush was born on December 20, 1976 to Clifton and Annie Bush in Colquitt, Georgia.  The family moved to Albany, Georgia a few months later where he was educated in the Dougherty County School System, earning his diploma from Westover Comprehensive High School in June 1995.  At an early age Minister Bush decided to allow Christ to be Lord over his life and became a member of Union Missionary Baptist Church in Albany.  He was active in the music department of the church, serving first as the church drummer, then choir director and later organist.  In 1997 Minister Bush decided to serve his country and joined the United States Navy.  While serving on active duty, he continues to work for the Lord.  In March 2002 while in Physical Therapy School he accepted the call on his life to preach God’s Word.  After finishing Physical Therapy School in the summer of 2002, Minister Bush became a member of Zion Hill Baptist Church in Leslie, Georgia under the spiritual leadership of Pastor J. Nathan Paige, and received his license to preach the gospel there in May 2003.  Minister Bush has traveled throughout the Southeastern United States sponsoring and assisting in Music Workshops.  Min. Bush is a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Dale, South Carolina under the spiritual leadership of Pastor James E. Moore.  Minister Bush currently serves as the Minister of Music at Mt. Carmel.  He is the proud father of two sons, Jamari Deshon and Jeremiah DeVaughn.  Minister Bush’s philosophy is that we all have the same purpose, which is "Kingdom Building", and if we allow Christ to rule over our lives and the Spirit of God to direct our pathway, the purpose will be fulfilled in the name of Jesus!

 

 

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