Smith comes home to Cadz church

 

CADIZ – Another instance of divine intervention has brought a Cadiz man back to his spiritual roots.

Mark Smith once protected U.S. Presidents and our country while serving in the Army, then served the community as a Harrison County Sheriff’s deputy and Cadiz Police officer. He was a major in the police department but left the force around 2010 to become a youth pastor at Harbor of Hope Assembly of God Church in St. Clairsville. Now he is returning to the area to serve as associate pastor and youth director at Scott Memorial United Methodist Church.

Smith was officially approved by the church board this past week and began Sept. 12 but Pastor Richard Hasley planned to introduce him during this Sunday’s sermon—which incidentally is also Smith’s birthday.

You’ll find more information about Mark Smith’s homecoming and other church events on the Church Pages in this weeks print edition of the Harrison News-Herald.

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4 Comments

 
  1. Paul & Bonnie Howell
    2012-09-22
    04:53:26

    CONGRATULATIONS PASTOR MARK!!! BEST WISHES AND GOD BLESS YOU AND YOURS.WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU!!!!

     
  2. Paul &Bonnie Howell
    2012-09-23
    00:32:24

    Congratulations Pastor Mark!! May God continue blessing you and your family. We are so proud of you....God Bless!

     
  3. christina
    2012-09-24
    13:18:43

    this awesome then maybe just maybe my boys can start comeing back to that to church if there is more willingness to deal with My Autistic son.

     
  4. Lisa George Shaver
    2012-10-23
    09:55:24

    God has awesome plans for you brother! Keep on fighting the good fight!

     
 

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