Local student preaches for ‘M-Days'
Published 3:14 pm Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Matt Fraser, a student from the University of Mobile Ministerial Association, was among several students who preached from the pulpits of 38 churches on “M-Days” during the month February.
Each participating church designates one Sunday each semester as an M-Day and opens its pulpit to a student preacher.
The Conecuh and Washington Associations in Alabama worked with UM to match churches participating in M-Day with UM students who plan to become pastors.
M-Day is offered once a semester to Christian studies majors as an opportunity for growth in ministry.
Students who participated in M-Day include Bob Adams of Albany, Ga., Travis Agee of Mobile, Ala.; Mat Alexander of Boaz, Ala.; Wesley Bates of Grand Bay, Ala.; Kevin Doan of Mobile; Matt Fraser of Brewton, Ala.; Kenneth Harrison of Mount Vernon, Ala.; T.J. Joy of Enterprise, Ala.; Daniel Lott of Birmingham, Ala.; Nick Lynch of Arab, Ala.; Clint Renemen of Saraland, Ala.; Billy Robinson of Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.; David Scarborough of Tallassee, Ala.; Josh Taylor of Gretna, La.; Ben Tidwell of Sylacauga, Ala.; and Rodney Williams of Moss Point, Miss.