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  • Dean Morgan

    Contributing sermons since Aug 31, 2004
Dean's church

South Carolina Conference of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church
Lake City South Carolina , 29560
843-394-8508 ext. 29

About Dean
  • Education: I have a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Holmes College of the Bible. I also have a BA from Southern Weslyian Methodist College in Central SC. I also have a MAR - a Masters of Arts in Religion from Asbury Theological Seminary.
  • Experience: I have been a pastor for over 20 years. I have been teaching some kind of continuing education courses for over 16 years. I have served on the Conference Christian Education Ministries department as a board member as well as the Assistant Director. I presently serve on the Conference Board.
  • Family: I am married to Annette Pope Morgan who is a graduate from Emmanual College. We have three children: Marty, Wendy and Cathy.
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  • A Religion Of Convenience

    Contributed on May 10, 2017
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    The common people helped but not the Nobles. Maybe it wasn’t convenient for them; maybe they didn’t want to dirty their hands; maybe they had what they thought were more important things to do.

  • He's In The Middle Of It

    Contributed on May 9, 2017
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    Just like with Shammah the Lord is in the middle of every battle we face. He is there to help bring about a “great victory” even for us.

  • Is Your Best Behind You Or Ahead Of You?

    Contributed on May 1, 2017
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    I have a question I want to ask you this morning that can apply to you as an individual as well as to you as a church. The question: Do you believe that your best years are behind you, or do you believe that your best years are yet before you?

  • Palm Branches And Willow Branches

    Contributed on May 1, 2017
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    The palm branch was a symbol of triumph and victory in Roman times. The willow represents weeping, sorrow, difficult times. When you come into my presence the Lord said He wanted you to bring a palm branch in one hand and a willow in another.

  • Arise And Build

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2017
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    Six principles that Nehemiah practiced in building the walls. These six principles if followed will help in building the Kingdom of God in your area.

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