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Impact for God

Impact for God

Sundays from 10 – 10:30am
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Dr. Harold L. Bare, Sr. is a former social worker/counselor and college lecturer. While serving Covenant Church since 1981, he has authored several books, including A Month of Sundays, They Call Me Pentecostal, Hell is War, and numerous articles. Pastor Bare completed his Ph.D. at the University of Virginia and is married to Dr. Laila Bare. Concurrently Laila earned her Ed.D. from Virginia Tech and is a sought after public speaker. They have three children, Danny, Dana, and Joshua, and seven grandchildren.

PASTOR BARE

Sunday, September 22, 201309/22/2013

The Doctors From Burma

Pastor Bare talks with two Doctors from Burma who have ministered to and performed surgery on victims of violence in the country of Burma now called Minorma.

Bible & Cross

Sunday, September 15, 201309/15/2013

Jackie Fisher PVCC

Pastor Bare sits down for a wonderful conversation with Jackie Fisher from PVCC to talk about education and faith in Jesus Christ.

PASTOR BARE

Sunday, September 8, 201309/08/2013

Worship-Abundant Life Ministries

Pastor Bare talks with Ridell Payne of Abundant Life Ministries.

PASTOR BARE

Sunday, September 1, 201309/01/2013

Regent School

Pastor Bare takes a look at what is happening in worship music in churches today, and then chats with the Director of the Regent School in Charlottesville.

PASTOR BARE

Monday, August 19, 201308/19/2013

Johah-Cherrie Henley

Pastor Bare takes you through a brief study of Jonah, and then an in depth conversation with a ministry that helps ex-offenders.

PASTOR BARE

Saturday, August 10, 201308/10/2013

Obadiah-Pastor Hodari Hamilton

Pastor Bare gives you a brief study of the book of Obadiah and then has an in depth conversation about religion, marriage, and race with Pastor Hodari Hamilton.

James at Scottsville

Sunday, August 4, 201308/04/2013

Book of Amos- Chaplain Boyd

Pastor Bare takes you through the Book of Amos in a brief study, and then an in depth conversation with Chaplain Boyd, who is a local military Chaplain.

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Friday, August 2, 201308/02/2013

Book of Joel, EW Jackson

Pastor Bare gives you a wonderful study of the Book of Joel, then an fascinating in depth conversation with EW Jackson, candidate for Lt. Governor in VA.

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Monday, July 22, 201307/22/2013

Book of Joel- Nancy Kidd MACAA Hope House

Pastor Bare takes you through a study of the Book of Joel, and then has an in depth conversation with Nancy Kidd. Nancy works for the Family Stabilization Program for MACAA Hope House.

PASTOR BARE

Tuesday, July 16, 201307/16/2013

Hosea-Ray Kline Interview

Pastor Bare takes you through a brief yet substantive look at the Book of Hosea, and then sits down with the Director of Love Inc. Ray Kline.

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