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Rev. Michael Caldwell welcomes TC Ministerial Association



2013-04-12 - Chowning Room, Winters Dining Center, 411 N Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CU photo.
The Rev. Michael Caldwell, president of the Taylor County Ministerial Association, welcomed members and guests to the March meeting hosted by Campbellsville University. Rev. Caldwell is an Adair County native. His parents live in Cane Valley area. He grew up in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church located in Green County a few miles from Coburg. He graduated from Adair County High School and Lindsey Wilson College. He spent his career with UK Extension Service. He's now pastor of Pleasant Union Baptist Church in Taylor County, is president of Taylor County Ministerial Association, member of Greater Campbellsville United Board, and Director of the Zion District Baptist Bible Institute.

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