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Bob Pitman began preaching at age sixteen and has been preaching for fifty-eight years.  For thirty-three years he served as a Senior Pastor in churches affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention (Wall Highway Baptist Church, Madison, AL, three years; First Baptist Church, Muscle Shoals, AL, eleven years; Kirby Woods Baptist Church, Memphis, TN, nineteen years). 
He is a native of Florence, AL where he graduated from Coffee High School in 1965.  He is also a graduate of Samford University in Birmingham, AL (B.A. degree, 1970), and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, TN (M.Div. degree, 1977; Ph.D. degree, 2004). 
He served for eight years as Dean of the Adrian Rogers Center for Biblical Preaching at the Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, TN.
He has served as President of the Pastor's Conference of the Alabama Baptist State Convention.  He also served as First Vice-President of the Pastor's Conference of the Southern Baptist Convention.  Additionally, he served for nine years as a Trustee of the Baptist Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention (currently Lifeway).
He has preached over 1,000 revival meetings and Bible conferences in the USA and has also preached in several conferences in Europe and Africa.
He is the author of four books:
                "The Truth About Trouble"
                "Words of Encouragement"
                "Words of Cheer"
Newest "Unto Him Be Glory"
He and his wife Sheryl have two sons, Vance and Brett, seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.  Vance is the Senior Vice President of the North American Mission Board (NAMB) of the Southern Baptist Convention and SEND, the church planting arm of NAMB.  Brett is the Senior Pastor of the Highland Park Baptist Church in Muscle Shoals, AL. 


Dr. Herb Reavis, Jr. was born and raised in the panhandle of Texas. He is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute, Milligan College and the Southern Baptist School for Biblical Studies. He became the Senior Pastor of North Jacksonville Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Florida in 1991. He and his wife Lisa have three married sons, Joshua, Jonathan, and Joseph.
Pastor Reavis spreads the Gospel locally on radio and TV through the broadcast “Reach Out.” North Jacksonville Baptist Church



Pastored in Texas for a total of six years, before entering Vocational Evangelism in 1989.  The churches that I was privileged to pastor were all blessings to my wife and me, and we continue to return to each of them in revival meetings to this day.  Since entering Revival work, God has allowed the opportunity of preaching in over 850 local church revival meetings and Bible Conferences across the country, including the 40 meetings preached while still pastoring.


Dr. Andrew Hébert has been in pastoral ministry since 2005, serving churches in Texas and New Mexico. He has led Mobberly Baptist Church since 2022.

Andrew is passionate about investing his life in others and developing disciples who know Jesus Christ and grow in their relationship with him. He is committed to expository preaching, evangelism, discipleship, prayer, missions, and Christ-centered leadership.

Andrew and his wife Amy met while they were students at Criswell College in Dallas. They married in 2007 and they have four children: Jenna (age 14), Austin (age 12), Mackenzie (age 9), and Brooklyn (age 7).

Andrew holds degrees from Criswell College (B.A., M.A.) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Th.M., Ph.D). In addition to his experience as a pastor, Andrew has served in Christian higher education, teaching at Criswell College, Midwestern Seminary, and Southwestern Seminary, and leading in the administration at Criswell College. He has also been a denominational leader in various capacities within the Southern Baptist Convention. He is also the author of the recently published book entitled Shepherding Like Jesus: Returning to the Wild Idea that Character Matters in Ministry (B&H Books, 2022).



Rev. Lloyd Scott retired as Pastor of Eastern Star in June of 2022. He accepted his call into the ministry in January 1973 and was licensed. He was ordained as a Minister in April 1984.  Rev. Scott served as pastor of Greater Hope Baptist Church of Houston, Texas from May of 1984 to May of 1989. In June of 1989 he became Pastor of Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church of Port Arthur, Texas.

Rev. Scott continues to serve as mentor to several preachers and pastors.  Rev. Scott has not been idle since retirement, he is a conference preacher and teacher. Besides his passion for teaching and preaching, he loves to show his skills in the kitchen and is a great cook.  He is caregiver, chauffeur, and cook for several dear elderly friends.

Rev, Scott has been married to Hope Myles Scott since May of 1977. They have four children: Samuel, Michael (Tonia), Lloyd, Jr. (Charlotte), and Bridget and eleven grandchildren.


Bro. Mark Humble is currently the Senior Pastor at the Faith Baptist Temple, Port Neches, Texas. Faith Baptist Temple was planted as a church in October, 2004. Under his leadership the church has continued to grow and prosper each year, numerically and spiritually.

Pastor Mark entered the gospel ministry as a Music Evangelist at the age of 14. He took his first church staff position at 15 as minister of music and youth. Through the next 45 years he has ministered to several churches in various staff positions. Bro. Mark has pastored for 29 years of these 46 years. He has planted churches, Christian schools and currently provides a home school network for troubled teens, with an average of 80 students a year.

Bro. Mark continues to preach or lead music at over 20 church's a year and maintains a full time pastorate. He is a well known gospel pianist in Southeast Texas. He is usually found around his friends laughing from the joy of Christ Jesus, lifting others with gospel preaching, and loving others through the love of God through Christ Jesus.

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Evangelist Jim W. Moss was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and called to preach at the age of 14. As a teenager, he preached 77 revivals in various states. At the age of 18, he became pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church in Humnoke, Arkansas. God moved him to Shelbyville, Texas in 1981, where he pastored the Ephesus Baptist Church until the year 1990. Then he became pastor of First Baptist Church, San Augustine, TX. Both churches received recognition for the largest percentage Sunday School growth and twenty percent baptism increase. In 2000, Brother Moss surrendered to the call of evangelism.  Love Worth Sharing Ministries