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Sherman Reed

Dr. Sherman R. Reed, President - 294 Flatt Rock Road  - Lebanon, TN 37090 - 615-500-3731 - reedsherman@bellsouth.net

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Sherman R. Reed is an ordained elder in The Church of the Nazarene. His spiritual life was dramatically changed while a student at Purdue University when he began attending First Church of the Nazarene, Lafayette, IN. It was there that he made the decision to allow Jesus Christ to have the Biblical place in his life. He was graduated from Purdue and received his commission in the United States Air Force in June 1963. After four years of active duty, he entered Nazarene Theological Seminary in 1967. For eighteen years he successfully pastored three Nazarene churches in Oregon, Kansas and Illinois. In 1988 he and his wife Janet, formed a para-church organization-Living Truth Ministries- and entered the field of evangelism. Sherman was married to Janet Joyce (Hayman) Reed who was a partner and soloist in this evangelism ministry until her untimely death in September 2003. Their family includes children Angela and John and four grandchildren.

Sherman recently married Dorothy (Howard) Standifer, adding children Shayla and Ryan and two grandchildren to the family.

Sherman and Dot are now at "His service"-- and yours in evangelism ministry.

Sherman's pastoral ministry began in 1970 on the Oregon-Pacific District where he was ordained in June 1973. In his eighteen years of ministry he pastored churches in Oregon, Kansas and Illinois. Sherman entered the field of evangelism in June of 1988.

Dr. Reed was recently selected by the Office of the Chief Army Reserves for a three-year appointment as an
Army Reserve Ambassador.
He is the first minister/chaplain to be selected by the OCAR for such a position.

Sherman Reed's military decorations and awards include:

  • The Legion of Merit
  • Meritorious Service Medal
  • The Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters
  • The National Defense Service Ribbon with Oak Leaf Cluster
  • Armed Forces Reserve Medal with Hourglass Device
  • Overseas Ribbon with three numerals
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • The Interceptor Weapons Controller Badge
  • The Air Force Outstanding Chapel Man of the Year Award

 

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