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Pleasant Valley Christian Church has amazing history
Well named church has strong Adair County ties. Writer remembers his most successful revival in 50 years of preaching was at this church
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By Paul Patton
The Pleasant Valley Christian Church in Marion County is not only amazingly beautiful but it has an amazing history.
For one thing, in a span of almost 100 years there were only three pastors of this church. L. C. Young, a well known Adair County native from the Shiloh community preached at Pleasant Valley for over 40 years.
Recently DeLane Pinkston concluded a 40 plus year ministry at Pleasant Valley. Between the long ministries of these two individuals, a Bro. Davis from Louisville served the church.
I have preached several revival meetings at this church and the record still stands that it was here that I witnessed the greatest number of conversions during a revival in my fifty years of preaching.
There were over 30 people who made professions of faith during that revival. The place is well named and it is always a pleasant experience just to drive over and spend some time soaking in the beauty of this peaceful setting. - Paul Patton Comments re photo 48161 Scenic Marion County KY Pleasant Valley Christian Church
This story was posted on 2013-01-12 06:54:37
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