Clay A. Kahler
Dr. Clay A. Kahler is founder of Sharing the Word Ministries, which included the radio program, Sharing the Word, heard in Ray County Missouri. He served for nine years as the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church in Orrick Missouri, but is now on sabbatical to write. He also served as professor of theology and New Testament Greek at Carver Baptist Bible College in Kansas City Missouri. Clay has written for Preaching Magazine, Christianity Today and To His Glory, as well as a number of other journals and periodicals. He is the author of six books and currently working a new projects.
Prior to entering into ministry, Dr. Kahler served in the United States Army, including service in the Gulf War. Following his military service, he began a career in Law Enforcement. He worked four years with the Village West Police in Louisville Kentucky as a patrolman and as a trainer. He was recruited away from the department and into corrections and became the Director of Training and CERT Team Commander in a federal prison in San Diego California for the U.S. Marshals.
Clay has served as the President of the San Diego County Southern Baptist Pastor's Association, on faculty at Southern California Bible College, on faculty at the Southwest College of Biblical Studies, on faculty at Carver Baptist Bible College, and on faculty at Midwest College of Biblical Studies. He served as the Founder and President of the Soldiers of the Cross - Motorcycle Club.
Clay has a Bachelor of Arts degree, two Master's degrees, and a Ph.D.
Simple Theology: Theology for the Rest of Us
Against Protestant Popes
Torn Asunder: A Biblical Look at Divorce and Remarriage
Salvation: God's Greatest Miracle
The Unashamed: The Inductive Method of Bible Study
The Fallen- A Novel
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by Clay A. Kahler
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Published: October 3, 2012
Out of deceit, betrayal, and murder, can reconciliation and forgiveness arise?
Forged in the hot west Texas wind, the Allen brothers grew up. Johnny and Coy had the same parents, same environment and had the same advantages and disadvantages. Yet they would grow up to be so different. Coy, the younger Allen brother, grew up to be a successful Baptist Pastor, Johnny, a death row inmate.
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