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Hinkle to present 'Increase the Reach Summit'
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“Increase the Reach Summit,” presented by the Rev. Scott Hinkle, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 12, at Faith Community Church.  The Rev. Hinkle will also be speaking in the church’s Sunday morning worship service, at 10:30 a.m. April 13.  Pastor Sandy Kennedy said both services are open to the public.
Scott Hinkle, an evangelist now headquartered in the Dallas /Forth Worth Metroplex, says he once lived a life that pointed to only one direction — prison and ultimately an early grave. According to information his website,
In a (Larned) parking lot in 1970, Scott’s life was drastically rearranged as he was told of and experienced the life transforming power of Jesus Christ.
 Today, this one time Jewish, heroin addict raised in New Jersey, is leading a charge with a direct and radical message that is having profound effects for the kingdom of God across our nation. He has been known for his practical, challenging and sometimes humorous Bible based messages.
 Along with his wife Nancy, they founded Scott Hinkle Outreach Ministries. In 1984, a grass-roots revolution began through their National Conference on Street, Inner-city & Evangelistic Ministry (A Passion for Souls), which has trained and ministered to thousands of evangelistic workers, leaders and pastors through the years. Scott, an author of two books, has also written a column for Charisma magazine.
 Beyond conducting rallies, outreaches and conferences they lead an annual multifaceted evangelistic invasion of the Mardi Gras in New Orleans.   Their ministry continually stretches across geographic, social, age and cultural lines.
Scott and Nancy are married with two children. They are both graduates of Christ For The Nations Institute and are ordained ministers. As a family and ministry they were a part of Phoenix First Assembly pastored by Tommy Barnett in Phoenix, Ariz., where Scott also served as a church evangelist.
Faith Community Church is located 1 mile west of 10th & Patton in Great Bend. Everyone is welcome.