Harry Schloder

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Harry made a profession of faith in Christ as his Saviour when he was a teenager after his pastor preached a series of messages on the need for salvation and assurance of salvation. While still a teenager, Harry’s youth leader gave him several opportunities to share Bible “challenges” at youth activities. Harry continued his academic training at Bob Jones University, obtaining a bachelors and masters degree there. Shortly after graduation, God led Pastor Schloder to serve as a youth pastor in Florida for fifteen years. Following his time in Florida, he served as a senior pastor in Hollisterville, PA. Pastor Schloder has directed many Vacation Bible Schools, recruited and trained children’s volunteers, and directed many Christmas plays and other church programs. His wife, Pam, was saved as a child. She has also served in Sunday Schools, Vacation Bible Schools, and other church ministries. Together, the Schloders have taught children at just about every grade level.

The Schloders have been blessed with two children: Lauren and DJ.

Linda Titus

Ministry Assistant
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DSCF3580Linda graduated in 1982 from the University of Scranton with a BA in Communications.  It was not until Linda was an adult that she received the Lord Jesus as her Saviour at a Bill Glass Crusade in 1985.  The assistant pastor of Linda’s home church was a great help to her spiritually.  When he moved to New Hampshire, he invited her to come there and work with CEF.  Linda did go for a summer and was offered a job as a field worker; however, she lacked Bible training.  Linda decided to come back to Pennsylvania and go to Baptist Bible College in Clarks Summit.

During that year in college, she met Virginia Landis, from the State Headquarters, who encouraged her to pray about working with CEF in her own home county.  Upon graduating from the one-year Bible program, Linda knew the Lord was calling her to work with the boys and girls in CEF of Lackawanna County, Inc.  She began working there in June of 1991.