Visiting Pastors

A Christmas Message

This December we were very glad to host Dr. Allen Reed, pastor of First Baptist Church of Nacogdoches, who shared a wonderful Christmas message with our students and faculty in Morning Assembly.

Thank you, Dr. Reed!


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Visiting Pastor, September 13, 2013

Last Friday Regents Academy hosted Pastor Jeremiah Betron, of Grace Bible Church. Pastor Betron shared a message in Morning Assembly from John 15, challenging the students and teachers to bear fruit for the glory of Jesus.

Thank you, Pastor Betron, for taking the time to serve us!

(You may need to turn up the volume to hear the Youtube video clearly.)


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Regents Academy Welcomes Father Paul Key

On Friday, November 4, Regents Academy hosted Father Paul Key, from St. Mary’s Catholic Campus Ministry at SFA. Father Paul shared a devotional with the students and faculty. Our school is very blessed to have pastors in our community who take the time out to come share with our school. Thank you, Father Paul.

(Please note that the sound is not great in this video, but if you turn up the volume it is passable.)

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Pastor Mike Davis Visits Regents

Our school frequently invites area pastors to come to the Regents campus and speak to our teachers and students during our morning assembly. On December 3 we were very happy to welcome a new friend, Pastor Mike Davis, who shared a devotional from Ecclesiastes. Pastor Davis ministers at Grayland Baptist Church near Nacogdoches.

Take a moment to listen to his devotional. You’ll be glad you did.

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Visiting Pastor at Regents

Regents Academy was happy to welcome Father Paul Key of St. Mary’s Church in Nacogdoches as our visiting pastor on Friday, October 22. Father Key spoke to our students and teachers and encouraged them to be grateful for the great privilege of classical and Christian education.

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Visiting Pastor – Dr. Alan Reed

Dr. Alan Reed, pastor of First Baptist Church, Nacogdoches, recently visited Regents Academy. He spoke to the students and faculty at the school’s morning assembly. Dr. Reed encouraged the students to avoid the sin of gossip and to use their tongues to glorify God.

Area pastors often visit the Regents Academy campus on Fridays to share a devotional.

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