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The Tabernacle Dwells In YOU! Special Guest Bernard Dillard

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"Exceedingly Abundantly More Than I Could Have Asked" 

Brother Dillard is "The Renaissance Man” whose experiences cross several genres including: Teacher, Author, Actor, Artist, Model, Speaker, and Mentor. He has authored his newest book “Lemonade” which has been nominated for a 2013 Global eBook Award. In a nutshell “Lemonade” is about a man who has learned to stand in life’s kitchen, gathers his ingredients and shows readers what to make when all there seems to be is a basket full of lemons.

Dillard hails from Durham, N.C. Dillard, earned degrees in English and Mathematics from Morehouse College, finishing magna cum laude. He is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Fashion Institute of Technology; where he teaches Statistical Analysis, Data Analysis for Business Applications, and The Mathematics of Personal Finance.

Dillard’s interest in acting have afforded opportunities booking him in key gigs, including acting roles for The Wire, theatre roles for Deli of the Damned and Topdog/Underdog  and modeling and commercial assignments for Sean John and Sony Ericsson. In addition to his scholastic side,

Dillard conducts seminars and workshops frequently for both youth groups and adult groups in an effort to heighten awareness of most things financial. In one graduate-school experience, his interests focused on the education of the middle-school child. 

He also frequents the speaking circuit, encouraging people to overcome the odds that confront them. He believes his ministry to be twofold:  to encourage and inspire those who are already in the body of Christ and to persuade those who are not typical church-goers to follow Jesus and give Him a chance at changing their lives.

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