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Pastors, laypeople urged to live for sake of gospel at evangelism conference

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When the fire alarm went off just as Roc Collins began reading from Acts 1 to start off his message, the shrieking siren and flashing lights brought the final session of this year’s State Evangelism Conference to a halt.

But with his signature humor, Collins said, “Well I prayed that the Lord would set us on fire, but I didn’t mean like this.”

The sirens soon stopped, as the alarm was the result of a curious child, and Collins, who serves as director of evangelism for the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, got to preaching with a fire that was undeniable. (continued…)

Read the full article from The Alabama Baptist newspaper – http://www.thealabamabaptist.org/pastors-laypeople-urged-to-live-for-sake-of-gospel-at-evangelism-conference/

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