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The Thoughts of a Good Man

The Thoughts of a Good Man

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The purpose of this small book is to honor Dr. John Chester Frist Sr., and to share with family and friends, a glimpse into his faith and thoughts. “Chet” Frist was a wise and beloved family man and friend, as well as a community and church leader. He was pastor of the Government Street Presbyterian Church in Mobile, Alabama when he died on December 31, 1959. He had previously served churches in Moorefield, West Virginia, Starkville, Mississippi, and Tampa, Florida.
The purpose of this small book is to honor Dr. John Chester Frist Sr., and to share with family and friends, a glimpse into his faith and thoughts. “Chet” Frist was a wise and beloved family man and friend, as well as a community and church leader. He was pastor of the Government Street Presbyterian Church in Mobile, Alabama when he died on December 31, 1959. He had previously served churches in Moorefield, West Virginia, Starkville, Mississippi, and Tampa, Florida.

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Publish date: Mar 30, 2009
Added to Scribd: Sep 19, 2011
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781440131981
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