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Brother Bliss was saved while on cruise in the U. S NAVY with VA-66 aboard the USS Forrestal in January 1970. God called him to preach in November 1972 while stationed at NAS Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. During several cruises aboard aircraft carriers, he conducted Bible studies preaching and ministering to the needs of deployed sailors. Upon retiring from the Navy in 1982, after almost 23 years of service to his country, Brother Bliss attended Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, Fl. where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Church Ministries. He then worked as the Director of The Military Christian Home in Hinesville, Ga. for about a year in order to stabilize the ministry after the unexpected death of the previous director. After that experience he and his family went to Rawlins, Wyoming where he pastored Victory Baptist Church for over six years. Then in Pocatello, ID, he pastored Pioneer Bible Baptist Church for about 17 months in order to stabilize that ministry after the home going of their pastor.
Dr. Bliss ministered in Southern California for about 7 1/2 years. In January 1998, he founded Heritage Baptist Church in Santee, CA. During his pastoring duties at HBC, he earned both his Masters and Doctorate in Theology by correspondence from Andersonville Baptist Seminary in Camilla, GA. He has now ministered full time as Director of OPBM for over 13 years.
He is now the Director of "Old Paths" Baptist Ministries, which is a ministry designed to encourage and challenge pastors and people to remain true to the "Old Paths" of the KJV Bible and itís tenants. During the last 13 plus years they have been able to visit and present "Old Paths" Baptist Ministries to dozens churches in at least 15 states. Brother Bliss has preached Faith Promise Missionís conferences, KJV conferences, family conferences, and has filled the pulpits in many of local, independent, fundamental, Baptist churches. They simply try to be an help and not an hindrance. The Blisses have also been able to open up their home and provide a place of refuge for missionaries, pastors, evangelists and others in need of a place to stay. Dr. Bliss believes that OPBMís ministry will strengthen and encourage both pastor and people to stay in the "old paths" that God commends in the first part of Jeremiah 6:16.
Dr. Bliss and his wife, Sharon, were married August 3, 1962. They have three children, 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Having personally experienced the joys and tribulations of several small churches, Brother and Mrs. Bliss recognize the needs of these unique groups. During many years of ministry, they have attended CLA legal seminars and other Christian training classes which has enriched their knowledge of the diverse needs of local Baptist churches.
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