Orlando pastor David Uth elected president of Florida Baptist State Convention
Nov 9, 2010
By JONI B. HANNIGAN
Managing Editor

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BRANDON (FBW)-David Uth, pastor of First Baptist Church in Orlando, was elected president of the Florida Baptist State Convention Nov. 9 on the second of its two-day annual meeting at First Baptist Church in Brandon.

Uth, who was unopposed, was nominated by Troy Gramling, pastor of Potential Church (formerly Flamingo Road) in Cooper City.

Saying Uth has a “heart for God,” Gramling credited the 53-year-old pastor with “the ability to draw people together.”

Joel Breidenbaugh, pastor of First Baptist Church of Sweetwater in Longwood, was elected without opposition as first vice-president. He was nominated by Ryan Begue, pastor of First Baptist Church in Esto.

Jack Roland, chairman of the deacons at First Baptist Church in Ocala and a member of the Florida Baptist State Board of Missions, was elected without opposition as second vice-president. He was nominated by Ed Johnson, pastor emeritus and member of First Baptist Church in Ocala.

Randy Huckabee, pastor of First Baptist Church in Okeechobee, was re-elected without opposition as recording secretary. He was nominated by Randall Alonso, pastor of First Baptist Church of Lake Panasoffkee.

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