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Elder Biodun Bakare

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Presidents:
George C. Pingree (1995 - 1998)
Served: 1995 - 1997
Language(s) spoken:English
Areas Served:
Owerri;
Calabar;
Port harcourt;
Aba;
Umuahia
Your Occupation: Oil & Gas Consultant
Spouse: Catherine
Comments:
Since returning from Mission, I have served as a Ist Counselor in Branch Presidency, Elders Q. President, Choir Director, Young Men President.

If there is anything I am today, it is as a result of my serving a mission.

My Gospel knowledge has increased and I just find it hard to go back from following Him " My Saviour".
My state is such that even if Christ should come back today and say He is no more the Christ, and that all is fake, I will find it hard to leave Him, because for me, its already late to leave Him.
That is it!! Simple!!
 
Created: 11 Jun 2009  Modified: 11 Jun 2009
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