Bill Hughes moves from First Tifton to Global Youth Ministry in Chatsworth

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Bill Hughes

After 27 years as Minister of Youth, College, and Singles, Bill Hughes resigned First Baptist Tifton on April 8 to take a position working with youth camps and missions at Global Youth Ministry in Chatsworth. Prior to Tifton, he was Minister of Youth and Activities at Second Baptist of College Park (now McDonough Rd, in Fayetteville.) In all, Bill has been in youth ministry for 47 years, having served several other churches in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, and Kentucky. His and his wife, Dana, will be moving to the top of Fort Mountain.

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