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Mark Lamprecht

Mark Lamprecht (born February 23, 1971) is an American Christian, Preacher, writer, and Southern Baptist minister.[8] Lamprecht is the founder and creator of Pulpit Supply Preachers, a ministry designed to connect supply preachers with churches and ministries.[26] As long-time Christian blogger and owner at Here I Blog, he was rank at 50 in 2015 as one of Newsmax's Top 75 Religion Bloggers.[27] He currently writes at MarkLamprecht.com. 

Education

Lamprecht holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Georgia Southern and a Master of Divinity with Specialization in Christian Apologetics from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.[30]  Prior to attending Georgia Southern, where he was a Varsity Cheerleader, he graduated from Effingham County High School (ECHS) in Springfield, GA. [✔]  During Lamprecht's time at ECHS, played on the tennis team and played saxophone in the Wind Ensemble band.

 

Religion

 Lamprecht was raised under the teachings of Joseph Smith in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS), today known as the Community of Christ.[29] His martial arts background moved him to study various forms of Eastern religion and meditation including Buddhism. He was also a Freemason for where he was raised in Solomon's No. 1 Lodge in Savannah, GA. Eventually, he became a born-again Christian leaving the above associations as incompatible with true Christianity. Lamprecht was licensed to preach in Feb. 2014 at First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA by Dr. Johnny Hunt.[8]

 

Personal Life

Lamprecht lives in Metro-Atlanta, GA (Marietta) with his wife, Dawn, and a daughter close by who will finish college during the first semester of 2016. [✔] He spends his off time volunteering for Angel Among Us Pet Rescue[30]  where he and his wife foster rescue dogs while finding them a forever home. His personal motto is: The question is not, "Am I good enough to be a Christian?" rather, the question is, "Am I good enough not to be?"[31]