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Timeless Treasures from God's Word

Rev.Howard E. Tucker/ Timothy Tucker

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These podcasts are sermons that the late Rev. Howard E. Tucker gave on Pittsburgh's radio station KDKA during the fifties, sixties, and seventies. He was pastor of the former Calvary Presbyterian Church in Wilkinsburg, PA. These timeless messages from God's Word are currently being broadcast on Pittsburgh's radio station WORD 101.5 FM or WORDFM.com at 9:45 PM Eastern Time each Sunday night. Pastor Tucker's son, Timothy, now voices each of the sermons.
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This message was given by the late Rev. Howard E. Tucker, pastor of the former Calvary Presbyterian Church in Wilkinsburg, PA. He was a graduate of Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary. These messages were first broadcast on Pittsburgh's radio station KDKA during the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Currently they can be heard on Pittsbu…
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This message was given by the late Rev. Howard E. Tucker, pastor of the former Calvary Presbyterian Church in Wilkinsburg, PA. He was a graduate of Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary. These messages were first broadcast on Pittsburgh's radio station KDKA during the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Currently they can be heard on Pittsbu…
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This message was given by the late Rev. Howard E. Tucker, pastor of the former Calvary Presbyterian Church in Wilkinsburg, PA. He was a graduate of Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary. These messages were first broadcast on Pittsburgh's radio station KDKA during the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Currently they can be heard on Pittsbu…
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This message was given by the late Rev. Howard E. Tucker, pastor of the former Calvary Presbyterian Church in Wilkinsburg, PA. He was a graduate of Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary. These messages were first broadcast on Pittsburgh's radio station KDKA during the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Currently they can be heard on Pittsbu…
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