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Hatfield to conduct Presbyterian revival

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Jan 30, 2013 - 5:12:37 PM

The Rev. Larry HatfieldThe Rev. Larry Hatfield of Chickasha will be guest evangelist for a series of revival services scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 6, through Sunday, Feb. 10, at Marlow’s First Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
According to Pastor Robert Goodman, services will begin at 7 p.m. on Wednesday through Saturday, and at 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
A fellowship will follow morning worship on Sunday, and there will be no Sunday night service.
Everyone is invited to attend this series of special services. The church is located at Sixth and Kiowa.
The evangelist
The Rev. Hatfield graduated from Marlow High School in 1962 and studied at Oklahoma City Southwestern in Oklahoma City; East Central University in Ada; and Southwestern Assemblies of God College in Waxahachie, Texas.
He and his wife Helen were married in 1963 and have two children and five grandchildren.
The Hatfields pastored various churches in Oklahoma for almost 37 years. They have also conducted an evangelistic ministry for eight years, conducting revival meetings in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Illinois. In addition, they have conducted youth camps in North Carolina and Oklahoma.
Hatfield served as hospital chaplain for eight years at City Hospital in Tahlequah and currently has the unofficial title of chaplain for Grace Living Center and Grady Memorial Hospital in Chickasha.
From 1977 to 1985, he produced approximately 2,000 morning devotional radio programs dubbed Coffee with the Pastor on KTLQ radio in Tahlequah.
He wrote a weekly devotional column for The Marlow Review for three years; and since 1991, he has contributed scores of religious columns and personal profile stories for the Chickasha Express-Star. Hatfield has also been published in The Oklahoman and The Dallas Morning News.
His writings have also appeared in the Pastor’s Story File in Platteville, Colo.; the Preaching Journal published in Franklin, Tenn.; the Enrichment Journal published in Springfield, Mo.; the Church of God Evangel in Cleveland, Tenn.; and more than 80 times in the Pentecostal Evangel published in Springfield.
For six years, Hatfield’s program, Looking Up, aired on local cable TV in the Chickasha area; and since 2004, he has been producing Coffee with Hatfield weekdays on KOOL 105.5-FM in Chickasha.

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