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Deborah Ann Culp(DAC) * God's Writer Girl
When did you join Swift Tabernacle Baptist Church?
May 11, 2014 (Mother's Day)
About Me
Deborah A. Culp is a Freelance: with years 20 years of hard Writer/ Photographer/Social Media Strategist with years earned experience in this fascinating and ever changing Industry.
This includes Print & Broadcast and On-Line Media. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, she lived in Wilmington, NC. then relocated to “Music City USA” (Nashville, TN) where she currently resides. She is a Correspondent to DIVINE Magazine, The History of Jazz Music, Divine Caroline, Trinity Gal, Travel & Review Writer for The Divine Voice Magazine & Broadcast Media, and her Blogs: “Debbie’s World” and “Recovery Via God’s Grace & Mercy” and formerly with the Michigan Black Press Association, the Detroit News: “On Detroit” Wilmington Star News Online.
She is a staunch Freelance Copy Writer, Photographer and social Media Strategist too. Deborah is the Parent & Family Expert for the Examiner.com, Wilmington/Fayetteville, "The Streets Don't Love You Back"- Guest Blogger, “Amazing Woman Network”, Wilmington FAVS (Faith And Values) "Life Transitions Writer & Gospel Music Contributor.
Affectionately deemed “God’s Writer Girl”, it’s no secret that Writing is a blessing and a natural, therapeutic passion. A new resident of “Music City USA”, Deborah believes that God lead her to Swift Tabernacle Baptist Church and she looks forward to Tuesday Prayer Call, Wednesday Bible Study and of course, Sunday School & Sunday Services. “Or for that matter, any time spent with her STBC Family!” DAC is working on her first book; "Then there was laughter" and has a few business endeavor irons in the fire. She is a staunch volunteer and loves her family & friends.
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What ministry do you participate at Swift Tabernacle?
Social Media & Communication Ministry
What do you enjoy about Swift Tabernacle (Your place of worship)?
The Warm, Loving Family Atmosphere and the People!
What would you like to see take place at Swift. Please be very honest
Help with Marketing & PR for STBC, Upgrade our Website and put more effort and time into the Communication Ministry, work on donations for some of the things that Swift Tabernacle Baptist Church needs to keep moving forward. Thank you. DAC ~ God's Writer Girl

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Thank you All And God Bless, Hold and Keep You & Yours Always!

Greetings & Blessings Abound , Sr Pastor, First Lady and My Swift Tabernacle Baptist Church Family:

 I just stopped by to give you guys a hearty "THANK YOU" and (((HUGS))) to all.

Why? For allowing me to be a part of your awesome Church Home, for the smiles, greetings and hugs And for keeping me in prayer and making my transition smoother overall.

I will continue to do my best to get to know you and whenever possible, I have a pair of hands and a mouth for…

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Leon McKinley Corder, Jr.
Biographical Sketch

Leon M. Corder, Jr. is the second of four children, born to Linda E. Petway and Leon M. Corder, Sr. According to his mother, he was always a spiritual child. From a very young age, he emulated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He also gives credit to his stepfather, Edward Petway. His mother maintains that she always knew he would be a minister, even though he was known as the “class clown” in his youth.

Pastor Corder has always believed his calling is to win people (souls) to Christ. In following this calling, he founded Vine Hill Community Baptist Church in January, 2001. He was Senior Pastor of this church body until God sent him, in the same capacity, to Swift Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church on March 19, 2006. On June 4, 2006, the two church bodies merged under the already established name of Swift Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church. Under this anointed shepherd, God is blessing the Swift Church family in countless ways. Membership has increased from 24 active members to over 300 dedicated and committed members. Under the spiritual leadership of Pastor Corder, members are actively participating in ministries that make a positive difference in people’s lives, in both the church and the community. 

 

Pastor Corder always brings the word that convicts your soul and challenges you to change the way you act, think, feel, and speak about the power of God. He encourages you to always stay in the Word, and when times get hard, stand on the Word.

Pastor Corder became a Graduate of American Baptist College in May, 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Bible Theology. He is currently enrolled at Trevecca Nazarene College obtaining his Master's Degree. He will be graduating this May, 2013.   Pastor Corder pledged Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated in 2009. 


 
Pastor Corder is married to Audrey Ray Corder, who is dedicated to the Women's Ministry at Swift. First Lady is a Second Grade Teaher in the Metro Nashville School System. Pastor and First Lady Corder have a wonderful 19-year old son Louis, who excels academically and is deeply loved by his parents.

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Please join us this Sunday morning for our "Go Red" worship. We encourage all members and guest to wear the color red in support of Women's Heart Health and AIDS Awareness Month. We will conclude our morning worship with our annual Ministry Fair.
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