Pastor Danny began his ministry in 1973 as a Youth Pastor and faithfully taught young people for twenty years. In August 1993, he accepted the call from God to Kettle Creek Church in Waycross, Georgia.  He is also an accomplished author of 2 books; Triumphant Warriors in a Turbulent World, Copyright 2008 ; and Vessels of Victory, Copyright 2012. His love for God and his people has compelled him to preach the Word so that everyone can understand it.  His desire is to teach the truth, live the life, and give to God.

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From our Pastor:

    I have truly been blessed to have pastored at Kettle Creek for the past years. It has been a time of learning, preparation and development in the ways of the Lord. We have come a long way but there are many miles yet to travel, many souls yet to be saved and many mountains yet to be scaled.

    We were challenged by God in our first year, to build a place of worship for All people. His words for us came from Revelations 3:8, "I know thy works, behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it." The truth and depth of these words have exploded in our hearts, as we've earnestly sought His will and the wisdom of God to share His word.

    Kettle Creek has become a refuge for the lost, hurting, and discouraged. We've opened the doors of compassion and tried to greet each one with the love and fellowship of Jesus Christ. It's a spiritual truth, that when men and women earnestly seek God's face, they will find Him and as His finger touches their hearts, they will be changed forever. These new creations then become "the CHURCH." that is my desire for Kettle Creek.

    We are here to make a difference in the kingdom of Heaven and we will succeed through the grace of Jesus Christ. Someone once said, "The world has yet to see what God can do with anyone who commits himself wholly and without reserve to the kingdom of God and His works." We, as a church, ant to be that united body and work together as we say; "Here's Kettle Creek - use us Lord."

God Bless You,