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Rev. David W. Hall

Click for Senior Adult Ministries Reverend David W. Hall
Associate Pastor, Education/Senior Adults

    David came to Pine Forest Baptist Church in September, 1982 to serve the Lord as Minister of Education providing opportunities in Sunday School for all ages to learn more about the Lord God.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Classics as well as a Master's degree in Religious Education.  He also serves as Minister to Senior Adults, teaching, as well as providing fellowship, mission and recreational activities.  David directs and helps provide for Sunday Bible Study and many other educational opportunities available at Pine Forest Baptist.

Getting Serious About God

   The early church began as a small group of disciples who were sold out to Christ. The things of God were not a part-time interest or a convenience-based commitment to those early Christians, but their highest priority. If you want to be serious about God, stop and reflect on what they took seriously.
   The believers met together in the Temple every day. Question: Are you a hit-and-miss churchgoer? Do you get upset if the service exceeds an hour or if the preacher takes an extra ten minutes? Is one service per week your limit? Taking God seriously requires regular involvement with other Christians, experiencing this unique aspect of His presence, hearing His Word together, and encouraging one another. You need that special dimension of fellowship with God that happens only when His family gathers together with Him. All of that is called "Church". See you on Sunday!   (copied)   David Hall


   If you reduced the world's population down to 100 people, 57 would be Asians, 21 would be Europeans, 14 would be from the Western Hemisphere and 8 from Africa. Among those 100 people, 52 would be female and 48 males. Seventy people would be non-white; 30 would be white. Seventy would be non-Christians, and 30 would be Christian. Six people would posses 99 percent of the world's wealth, and those six would all be Americans. Eighty people would live in sub-standard housing, 70 would be unable to read and 50 would suffer from malnutrition. Only one person would be college educated, and only one would have a computer. If you have food to eat, clothes to wear and a place to sleep tonight, you are richer than 70 percent of the world's people. Furthermore, if you're alive at this time next week, you won't be among the one million people who died during that time. Think about your blessings as a Christian. Think about what God has given you as you start a new year in this most favored and wonderful nation.   (copied)   David Hall

Did You Know?

We must share Christ with people.
  - Nineteen out of every twenty people who become Christians, do so before they reach the age of twenty-five.
  - After age 25, only one in 10,000 becomes a Christian.
  - After 35, only one in 100,000 becomes a Christian.
  - After 45, only one in 200,000 becomes a Christian.
  - After 55, only one in 300,000 becomes a Christian.
  - After 65, only one in 500,000 becomes a Christian.
  - After 75, only one in 700,000 becomes a Christian.
  - The older one becomes, the less likely one is to accept Christ as Savior.
Let us seek out the lost of our community, share Christ with them, and bring them with us to Bible study and worship!
   (copied)   David Hall

Being Faithful

   In Matthew 25:21 Jesus was telling the Parable of the talents in this way: "Well done, good and faithful servant! Come and share your master's happiness!" God desires us to be faithful! May you be found faithful in your prayer life, in reading God's Word daily, in attending Bible study and worship, in the giving of your tithes and offerings, and in the sharing of your faith in Christ. We all desire to please our Master. Our lifestyle and the use of our resources reflect our depth of faith.
   David Hall

    The main purpose of this web-site is to serve the Lord Jesus Christ by providing information regarding how to be saved, opportunities of worship, Bible Study, fellowship, as well as opportunities of service for believers.

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