Central Baptist Church of Corbin, KY, Pastor Chad Fugitt will be nominated for the Kentucky Baptist Convention presidency in November.

Central Baptist Church of Corbin, KY, Pastor Chad Fugitt will be nominated for the Kentucky Baptist Convention presidency in November.
Chad Fugitt

I have got to hear him preach a few times at Central Baptist Church in Corbin, KY. I attended a few night services there. Pastor Chad battled brain cancer.

Which he has overcome with the healing attribute of God. He has a great testimony to that too.

Pastor Andrew Dyer from Corinth Baptist Church in London intends to nominate Fugitt at the KBC’s annual meeting in Lexington this November.

“Chad serves with wisdom and humility,” he has a proven track record of leadership in a variety of roles in KBC life. He understands the relationships between the president and the executive director-treasurer and state mission board, which is important during this time of transition.”

Pastor Andrew Dyer

Read more about this at Kentucky Today!

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