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Worship leader to be guest speaker at Eagle Quest

February 28, 2014

Robert Rogers

COLUMBIA CITY — Robert Rogers, an electrical engineer and accomplished pianist, songwriter, and worship leader, resigned from his technical career in 2004 to form Mighty in the Land Ministry.

He freely shares his message of “no regrets” by invitation around the world and calls Indiana his home.

Rogers will share his ministry and music at Eagle Quest Church, 1120 N. Ind. 109 in Columbia City at 7 p.m. Thursday. Seating is limited.

In August 2003, Rogers experienced a tragedy of Biblical proportions when he, his precious wife, and all four children were caught in a flash flood in Kansas late one Saturday night. 

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