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Hulan F. Bass

FROM THE BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF PRIMITIVE OR OLD SCHOOL BAPTIST MINISTERS BY DAVID MONTGOMERY AND MARK GREEN: 

ELDER HULAN F. BASS

 

I was born to Jesse and Georgia Bass on March 21, 1931 at Crosbyton, TX.My first church memories are at Gravel Hill P.B.C., Afton, TX. I joined the church in 1942 at the West Texas Association convened with the Tulia, TX P.B.C.

My uncle Jimmie Bass baptized me. I was raised in the P.B.C., as Dad's Family of

children were all P.B.'s.

 

I met Jacquelynn Ann Bovell of Muleshoe, TX in the late fall of 1950. We married in 1952. We have three children, David, Eddy and Sherrye, and 7 grandchildren. Jacque was a Missionary Baptist, but joined the P.B.C. in 1954. Dad performed our wedding ceremony, and baptized Jacque and our three children. I had early impressions and burdens of the ministry in my twenties; however, I kept them to myself. My secular profession moved me to the Odessa, TX area in the mid 1950's where our membership was in the Odessa P.B.C.

 

My first public speaking in a worship service was in the Odessa P.B.C. about 1956. In Jan. 1958, we moved to Lubbock, TX as my employment demanded. We moved our membership letters to the same church. Lubbock Church called for my ordination as a deacon in 1961, which I refused, as I had no impressions for such. They then gave me a regular 1st Sunday appointment there for several years. I was ordained at the Lubbock Church to the ministry on July 1972. I served as Pastor at Levelland, TX. P.B.C. for 17 years and concurrently at Brownfield, TX P.B.C., also, for 8 years, and with regular appointments at Muleshoe, TX, for 7 years, then again a regular 1st Sun. appointment at Lubbock

for several years. Bethel P.B.C., McMahan, TX, called me as Pastor in the Spring of 1988, where I have now tried to serve since then to the present – 1999.



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