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Bible Baptist Celebrates Revival
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 • Posted August 25, 2010

August 13-15, 2010 Bible Baptist Church of Mason sponsored a daily Church Revival. With special Guest Preacher/Speaker Dr. Lonnie Shipman. Born into a musical family, Lonnie Shipman began piano at age five, studying with his mother, who was head of the Piano Department for Arlington Baptist College and Bible Baptist Seminary.

After salvation at age six, Lonnie was raised in a Baptist pastor’s home and studied to be a concert pianist, winning numerous piano competitions and touring professionally. But at age fifteen, God spoke to his heart, and hearing the call to preach, Lonnie turned from a concert pianist career to the ministry. Soon he was invited to preach and perform sacred music concerts. Later, after College and Seminary, Dr. Shipman has continued to travel internationally in a ministry of KJV Bible preaching and teaching, with concerts of piano, trumpet and vocal music. He specializes in teaching Bible prophecy and performing piano concerts with his own arrangements of traditional hymns in a classical, romantic style.

Pastor Shipman spoke of the Tribulation, rise and fall of nations and wars, the Ashes of the Red Heifer, and The Armagedon and much much more.Over the three days of glorifying and worshipping God a total of about 100 guest attended the Revival and special audiance guest were Pastor Arthur Nelms of Iglesia Bautista "El Divino Salvador"(Hispanic Baptist church on the hill by Town and Country), Vicki Montez and his congregation.

Mason was very blessed to have Dr. Lonnie Shipman visit and bless with God’s word. On Sunday Aug. 15, 2010.

Michael Jaquez and Leslie Charles were recognized for their 3 years of Faithful Church attendance and the congregation celebrated a birthday recognizing Eric Martinez. Thank You and God Bless You All!

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