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TBC president and alumnus Dr. Roc Collins speaks to students

(Jan. 12, 2016) − Tennessee Baptist Convention President Dr. Roc Collins speaks to Carson-Newman University students during a January 12 chapel service on campus. The senior pastor of Kingsport’s Indian Springs Baptist Church challenged students to be prepared and trust in their preparation when battles in life occur. Collins is a 1989 Carson-Newman graduate.

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