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    Calvin Ray Evans

    Dr. Calvin Ray Evans serves as President and Director of Evangelistic Outreach Ministries. He preached his first sermon in August 1977. He pastors Rubyville Community Church and continues to maintain a full-time evangelistic schedule. He has been honored to witness over 100 public professions of faith in a single week of meetings here in America. He has served on several missionary and religious boards. He is the father of two children, Tarrah (Ryan) Bouts and Caleb Evans, and resides with his precious wife, Kandi, at Rubyville, Ohio. He also has two precious grandchildren, Grayson and Amelia Bouts. Read more about Evangelistic Outreach at http://www.calvinevans.org/ or follow them on Twitter @Fieldsarewhite.

    The River – Revelation 22:1-6

    The Bible opens with man in the garden of Eden with God. There were four rivers in Eden mentioned in the book of the beginnings (Genesis 2:10-14). The Bible closes by telling the saved we will be with the Lord in a place of...

    “Science does not contradict Christianity” Says NASA Astronaut

    A former NASA astronaut believes that the study of science and nature is in accordance to with what's written in the Bible.
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