Spiritual emphasis at Southern Wesleyan


Joining hands to pray before a spiritual emphasis service at Southern Wesleyan University are, from left, Rev. Bob Kerstetter, Sanchez Fair, Rev. Kyle Ray and Phil Pranger. Fair, who attended Southern Wesleyan and is currently student pastor at Forest Hill Church in Waxhaw, N.C., led musical worship along with a team of musicians from Forest Hill. Ray is lead pastor of Kentwood Community Church, with campuses in Kentwood and Wyoming, Mich., and Nagpur, India. Kerstetter is Southern Wesleyan’s director of worship and discipleship and Pranger is Southern Wesleyan’s director of Residence Life. Ray’s message, based largely on Hebrews 11, focused on finding God’s purpose. Ray was called into full-time ministry following several years of working in the mechanical engineering field. The services took place Jan. 25-27 at Southern Wesleyan’s Central campus.


Photo courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University

Joining hands to pray before a spiritual emphasis service at Southern Wesleyan University are, from left, Rev. Bob Kerstetter, Sanchez Fair, Rev. Kyle Ray and Phil Pranger. Fair, who attended Southern Wesleyan and is currently student pastor at Forest Hill Church in Waxhaw, N.C., led musical worship along with a team of musicians from Forest Hill. Ray is lead pastor of Kentwood Community Church, with campuses in Kentwood and Wyoming, Mich., and Nagpur, India. Kerstetter is Southern Wesleyan’s director of worship and discipleship and Pranger is Southern Wesleyan’s director of Residence Life. Ray’s message, based largely on Hebrews 11, focused on finding God’s purpose. Ray was called into full-time ministry following several years of working in the mechanical engineering field. The services took place Jan. 25-27 at Southern Wesleyan’s Central campus.

Joining hands to pray before a spiritual emphasis service at Southern Wesleyan University are, from left, Rev. Bob Kerstetter, Sanchez Fair, Rev. Kyle Ray and Phil Pranger. Fair, who attended Southern Wesleyan and is currently student pastor at Forest Hill Church in Waxhaw, N.C., led musical worship along with a team of musicians from Forest Hill. Ray is lead pastor of Kentwood Community Church, with campuses in Kentwood and Wyoming, Mich., and Nagpur, India. Kerstetter is Southern Wesleyan’s director of worship and discipleship and Pranger is Southern Wesleyan’s director of Residence Life. Ray’s message, based largely on Hebrews 11, focused on finding God’s purpose. Ray was called into full-time ministry following several years of working in the mechanical engineering field. The services took place Jan. 25-27 at Southern Wesleyan’s Central campus.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_swuspiritualemphasis.jpgJoining hands to pray before a spiritual emphasis service at Southern Wesleyan University are, from left, Rev. Bob Kerstetter, Sanchez Fair, Rev. Kyle Ray and Phil Pranger. Fair, who attended Southern Wesleyan and is currently student pastor at Forest Hill Church in Waxhaw, N.C., led musical worship along with a team of musicians from Forest Hill. Ray is lead pastor of Kentwood Community Church, with campuses in Kentwood and Wyoming, Mich., and Nagpur, India. Kerstetter is Southern Wesleyan’s director of worship and discipleship and Pranger is Southern Wesleyan’s director of Residence Life. Ray’s message, based largely on Hebrews 11, focused on finding God’s purpose. Ray was called into full-time ministry following several years of working in the mechanical engineering field. The services took place Jan. 25-27 at Southern Wesleyan’s Central campus. Photo courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University
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