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BCF CHAPEL SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 31, 2012


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BCF Professor David Coggins to preach on Monday, November 5, in the R. G. Lee Chapel.

During the first full week of November, The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville will feature another exciting week of chapel speakers.

On Monday, November 5, chapel service will be led by BCF Alumnus David Coggins, Associate Professor of Leadership and Christian Education and Director of Distance Learning. He received his Bachelor's degree from BCF in 1992 and joined the faculty in 2002. Coggins earned an M.Div. from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Ed.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.

Highly decorated retired Navy Chaplain Charles Parker, BCF Vice President for Development, will fill the pulpit Tuesday, November 6. In addition to his years of military service, Parker received his Bachelor's degree from Mercer University, his M.Div. from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and a Master of Science degree from Troy University. Parker later earned his MBA from Thomas University and currently teaches courses in the Business Leadership degree program.

Known for his passionate preaching style, Bill Floyd of the BCF Development Office will deliver the closing message on Wednesday, November 7. Floyd received a Bachelor's degree from Valdosta State University, a Master's in Church Music from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and a Th.D. from Andersonville Baptist Seminary.

Chapel services are open to the public and held Monday -- Wednesday in the R. G. Lee Chapel at 10 a.m. For more information on the Fall 2012 chapel schedule, call 800-328-2660 ext. 446 or visit baptistcollege.edu.

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BCF Development Associate Bill Floyd will be preaching in the R. G. Lee Chapel on Wednesday, November 7.

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Vice President for Development retired Navy Chaplain Charles Parker to preach on Tuesday, November 6, in the R. G. Lee Chapel.

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