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New author Richard Brown is returning to his hometown of Cairo later this month for a book signing at Cairo Coffee Company.
Brown, who is education and church growth pastor at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Cartersville, has written “Glory in the Church.”
“I am so excited about returning to my native hometown to share my heart through my book. Cairo will always have a very special place in my heart because of the many great people who have positively shaped my life. I am eternally grateful for all of them. Denise and I are still very proud Syrupmakers!” he states.
“Glory in the Church” is described as reflecting Brown’s “passion for revival in the Church and a Spiritual Awakening in America.”
In the book, he “highlights the Biblical functions of the church and calls for a return to those biblical standards. With well over 30 years of church leadership experience, Brown interjects personal life stories and practical life application.”
The book signing, co-sponsored by Roddenbery Memorial Library, will take place at Cairo Coffee Company on Saturday, Oct. 31. The coffee shop is the other co-sponsor of the event.
On Sunday morning, Nov. 1, Brown will preach at Pine Level Baptist Church.
Brown is a 1979 graduate of Cairo High School. He is also a graduate of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., and of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Since, he has served local churches in Louisiana, South Carolina and Georgia.
Brown is a former president of the Georgia Baptist Association of Christian Educators and conducts many Sunday school and church growth conferences each year.
He and his wife, Denise, have three children, Haley, Lane (now in heaven) and Erin. Brown is the son of the late Myrtice and Carl Brown, formerly of Cairo, and the sibling of Susan Wright of Cairo. His wife is the daughter of Matilda and Randall McGlamery of Cairo.