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Landover Baptist Church Pastors
Pastor Deacon Fred
Pastor Rev. John Clunas
Pastor Wilkins
Pastor Harry Hardwick
Pastor Al E. Pistle
Pastor Billy-Reuben
Pastor Ezekiel Flint
Pastor Marshall
Pastor John Smith
Pastor Will Rawlings
Pastor Bubba T. Gatlin
Dr. Rev. Elmer Country
Rev. E. Dwayne Looper (EDL)
Pastor William B. Done
Pastor J. Entwhistle
Rev. Gary Bortnick
Rev. Dr. Tanner
Dr. Steve Troxell (Rev.)
Preacher Pendegrass
Parson Steffa
Dr. Rev. Carl Windsor
Pastor H. Hollar
Little Nathan De'Angelo
Minister D.Wright
Rector O'Donnally
Rev. Hucheson
Dr. Rev. John Smith
Minister Alfred Hornwick
Rector Randy
Rev. Elmer Townings
Minister Gary Larsonel
Rector Fancy Johnson
Rev. Pastor Hector
Dr. Diamond Ben Tilly
Pastor Hank
Pastor William Kidwell
Pastor Thorn Garvin
Pastor Albert Gunny
Pastor Timothy John
Pastor Paul Hullick
Pastor Billy Barnes
Pastor Brother Harry Hardwick

Brother, Bible Scholar and Loving Husband

Known throughout the Christian world as "The Bible Answer Man," Brother Harry Hardwick was the first draft pick in the Southern Baptist League of Pastors 1962 season. He currently serves as an honorary pastor. Brother Harry's fire and brimstone sermons are wildly popular, and he holds the record for filling the most number of souls with the Holy Spirit while inducing the most convulsions in a single sermon. Nevertheless, Brother Harry cannot accept permanent pastor status due to a conflict of interest with some of his business dealings. Ongoing disputes with the IRS preclude Brother Harry from discussing this matter in more detail.

Brother Harry and his lovely wife, Heather, have 12 children, all boys, each named after one of the apostles. Brother Harry owns a home in Freehold along with property in other undisclosed locations. Brother Harry's Christian philosophy is simple: Accepting Jesus is a prerequisite, not the final hurdle, to gaining a foothold in Heaven. One must also follow all the passages of the Bible, no matter how unpleasant or violent, to fellowship with our Lord for eternity.

His favorite Bible passage comes from Leviticus 21:16-21.  "Whosoever he be of thy seed in their generations that hath any blemish, let him not approach to offer the bread of his God. . . . a blind man, or a lame, or he that hath a flat nose, or any thing superfluous, Or a man that is brokenfooted, or broken-handed, Or croockbackt, or a dwarf, or that hath a blemish in his eye, or be scurvy, or scabbed, or hath his stones broken . . . he hath a blemish; he shall not come nigh to offer the bread of his God."  




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