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SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI –\ Central Baptist Church is acting to help its members and the community get accurate pandemic information while maintaining a healthy mind, body and spirit. Starting Tuesday, October 5, Central will host, “The Intersection of Faith and Medicine,” a Fall Revival and the Dr. James M. Whittico Lecture Series. Top, local, health professionals including City of St. Louis Department of Health commissioner and acting director,\ Dr. Fredrick Echols, will discuss the pandemic and mental health on Tuesdays, October 5, 12, 19 and 26, at 7 PM. Well-known, national ministers will share a variety of uplifting spiritual messages. This free lecture series and revival is available to the public and will be streamed virtually by Central Baptist Church at facebook.com/cbcstl and youtube.com/centralbaptistchurchstlouismo. Series dates and guest preachers include:\ Tuesday, October 5\  Rev. Dr. Bankole Akinbinu is the senior pastor of Baptist Grove Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. Under\ his leadership, the church has experienced significant increase in membership, new ministries and outreach\ to the community. Pastor Ban speaks at universities, revivals and conferences around the country.\ Tuesday, October 12\  Rev. Dr. Leslie D. Callahan is the first female pastor of the historic, 131-year-old, St. Paul’s Baptist Church,\ located in the heart of Philadelphia. A gifted professor, Dr. Callahan, served on the faculty of New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) as Assistant Professor of Modern Church History and African American Studies.\ Tuesday, October 19\  Rev. Dr. Marcus D. Crosby serves as the senior pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church in Houston,\ Texas. A renowned preacher and teacher, he has been blessed to carry his message across the country and\ seeks to uplift all humanity through the life-changing, uncompromising Word of God.\ Tuesday, October 26\  Rev. Dr. Wayne E. Croft, Sr., serves as pastor of the St. Paul’s Baptist Church in West Chester, P
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