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Zion Bible Institute trains Christian Servant leaders

2012-11-24 - 4770 Hodgensville Road, Summersville, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Zion Bible Institute students attend Campbellsville University's fully accredited Certificate in Ministry course held at Jacob Grove Baptist Church 4770 Hodgenville Road, Summersville, KY. to further their education in Christian theology. In the November 20, 2012 classroom were, From left: student Gayla Rogers, Buffalo, KY; Mrs. Pamela Young Buford, the Rev. James Washington, the Rev. Michael Caldwell, all from Campbellsville, KY; the Rev. Barry E. Fields, Hawesville, KY; CU student Christina Critcher, Boone, NC; the Rev. James I. Buford, Campbellsville, KY; and Jacob Grove leader and Zion Bible Institute crusader Mr. Jerry Cowherd, Greensburg, KY. - Linda Marcum Waggener
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