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Ray Taylor thought he was done with school when he graduated from Anderson Theological Seminary with a Bachelor of Theology. The new lead pastor at Trinity Harvest Church in Hurst, Texas, he was prepared for the work as a preacher, teacher, shepherd and counselor. But he soon discovered he needed a boost in a vital skill set that people rarely consider in church leadership: Business administration.
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David is now Vice President of Lending at Heritage Land Bank. Previously, he served as Project Manager at Hernandez Consulting. Congratulations, David!
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