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A preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Dana Williams was born in South Charleston, West Virginia and lived there until he was 14 years old, at which time he moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He heard the gospel for the first time at a little store front church called West Side Baptist Church. He visited the church only three times when the Holy Spirit dealt with him concerning salvation. He accepted the Lord on December 29, 1968. He felt the call to preach soon after. At age 19, he moved  to Greenville, South Carolina to attend Tabernacle Baptist Bible Institute where Dr. Harold Sightler was pastor. In 1976 Dana took his first pastorate at a little church in the mountains of North Carolina. He was there four years and six months. He then served as pastor of Temple Baptist Church, Newland, North Carolina for eighteen years. In 1999 Dana felt the call of God for full time evangelism. He and his wife, Esther, have ministered in churches preaching and singing in revivals, camp meetings, and conferences all across the mid and eastern United States. Dana and Esther reside in Wedowee, Alabama. They have four children and twelve grandchildren.



"... Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature."



"... the gospel must first be published among all nations."


"... The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel."




July 30, 2015

We are rejoicing because we were given a marvelous opportunity last week, to reach many in the tent revival in the community of Reedsville and Masontown, West Virginia for the glory of God.  We started the services on Sunday night and had more than 120 folks come each night.  Thursday night, we had to raise the sides and bring out more chairs.  That night we had the biggest crowd, which the most of them were non-churched folk. During the day, we had a Bible School for community kids and the children of those who were there to work.  We had 24, 27, and then Thursday there was 29 who came. Each day, the men went door to door giving out tracks, the Gospel of John, and preaching cd's.   Bro. Ken Bowman from Bowden, Georgia preached three powerful messages.  Bro. Jack Williams preached a tremendous message on Friday night, "The Eyes, Ears, and Knows of God."  On Thursday night there was a young mother and a middle age man who gave their heart to the Lord.  Many who needed the Lord's comfort found grace for their hurting hearts.  We planted seed to many who did not come, but we pray the Holy Spirit will cause it to come alive in their hearts.  Thank you for praying for this outreach endeavor.






1 John 1:1-4

That which was from the beginning, which we have heard,

which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and



of the Word of life.

(For the life was manifested, and we have seen it,

and bear witness, and shew unto you that eternal life,

which was with the Father, and was manifested unto us;)

That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you,

that ye also may have fellowship with us:

and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son


And these things write we unto you,

that your joy may be full


John is talking of handling Jesus, the Word of Life. The word handled here, in its root form, means to touch or rub until pleasant sounds come forth. As the old musicians use to say, “let’s make music.”  They would get together and pick, strum, rub, stroke... the instruments until they came up with beautiful music.  John (handled) rubbed and strummed until he ultimately touched Jesus and it brought forth a  melody and music for his soul.

We can say touching Jesus has always brought out the feel of a song and sweet music, praises unto Him.


?          Mary’s hands handled Jesus, the incarnate Christ. When she laid Him in the manger it no doubt made

           PERSONAL MUSIC in her heart.


?          Simeon’s hands took him up, (the Christ child) before the Lord in the temple. He began to praise God and there was the sense of

            PROPHETICAL MUSIC in the air.


?          Wicked hands even handled Jesus when they delivered him up to be crucified.  Little did they know they were making

            POWERFUL MUSIC for the multitudes who would touch him by faith.


 This New Year 1014, will you let your hands handle and feel  the Christ until there are psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs singing and making melody in your hearts to the Lord.

Ephesians 5:19  Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.


Sweet sounds that were personal to Mary as she handled HER Christ.

Sweet sounds that were prophetic to Simeon as he handled THE Christ.

Sweet sounds that were powerful  to the sinners who accept THIS Christ who was handled.



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