Where is Your Dad?
Session Date and Time
Wednesday, August 18, 2021, 3:00:00 PM UTC
The attack on the Patriarchal Family does not diminish the tremendous value and important role that fathers play in the lives of their wives and children. The absence of fathers has resulted in great devastation on personal and societal levels. In the words of George Herbert “One father is more than one hundred school masters.” Without a father to provide protection and instill the morals, values, and knowledge necessary for constructive living, children are left to learn such things from society. When the father is absent, the home is more susceptible to outside influences that encourages destructive behaviors and attitudes. To restore society the family must be restored, and the family will never be restored without the father.
Superintendent Larry Murray
Dr. Larry Murray is the Pastor of Fellowship of Love Community COGIC, Savannah, GA & The Fellowship of Love Worship Center COGIC in Hinesville, GA. In 1999 Sergeant Murray retired after 21 years of service in the US Army. Dr. Murray received while serving, including Meritorious Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Ribbon, and the Advance Noncommissioned Officer Ribbon. He was called to the ministry while in the military and served as pastor in while serving in the military abroad.
Dr. Murray and his wife Mary of 35 years has one girl, twin boys and two grandchildren. In January 2006, he was appointed as a District Superintendent under the leadership of the late Bishop Chandler D. Owens who was a former Presiding Bishop of the Churches of God in Christ Internationally. He presently serves as Administrative Assistant, Executive Secretary and District Superintendent of the South-Central Georgia Jurisdiction with Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia under the leadership of Bishop Norman O. Harper, Presiding Prelate.