David Slone

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There are so many ways that the Lord has been good to me. He has allowed me the opportunity to grow up in a Christian home with two godly parents who understood the importance of raising their family in church. The example of their dedication undoubtedly laid the foundation of my faith in God and knowledge in His word. Though, the greatest blessing of all was the sacrifice that Christ made on the cross of Calvary so that I could be free from my bondage of sin. I gave my heart and life to Jesus when I was 8 years old. Shortly after, I followed Him in baptism and joined Calvary Baptist Church in Milford, OH. This is where I learned to worship and serve my Lord and Savior.

At the age of fifteen, while working my first job at McDonald's, I met a stunning young lady named Sarah. We would become high-school sweethearts and five years later, on a beautiful day in June of 2003, we would be married. Four years later, we would be blessed with our first child, Michael (9/2007).  Then another, Katelyn (1/2010)... Then another, Jackson (4/2012)... Then another, Layla (9/2013). In six short years our family tripled in size... God is good!

As a young adult, the Lord started leading me to be more involved in His ministry. I started teaching the young teens class at my church and that’s all that it took... I was hooked. Not long after, on a November 2004-Wednesday evening-Revival service, I accepted His “call” to preach and surrendered my life to His service. Since that time, I have served Him faithfully in ministry as the youth pastor of my home church for four and a half years and as associate pastor of Landmark MBC in Anderson, IN for five and a half years.

I believe that the God’s Word is the all-sufficient rule of faith and practice. It is infallible because it was God-breathed by the perfect Creator God. I believe that disobedience in the Garden of Eden led to the corruption of sin and subsequently, death in the world and that Jesus, alone, is the answer to that sin-problem. I believe that Jesus is God and that He humbled Himself, became a man, died on the cross for the sins of all mankind, and rose from the grave to give the final victory over sin and death. I believe that He instituted His church when He called His disciples to follow Him and that His faithful churches that exist today are an extension of that ministry. He will one day return when His work is complete to and until He does, He has left His churches with a commission to show the world His love, to share the message of His Gospel, and to make disciples. 



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  June 2018  
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