If any man will come after Me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow Me,
Brother Thom's grandson is worried some kids at school don't have anything at snack time. This we can solve.
Annual Meeting with the missionaries For the past several years I have met with missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. My family and friends always ask me why I do this. I'm a protestant Christian of the Methodist line of theology and I'm in ministry to boot. What do I have … Continue reading My annual meeting with the Missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
I suffer from rabbit syndrome. Diagnosed with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD at an early age, I often call this rabbit syndrome because those of us affected are like little kids easily distracted from a task at the sight of a rabbit. So I chase rabbits all day.
Today is not "Happy Memorial" day - we honor those who fell in the line of duty. Today is not Veterans day - we don't thank or recognize those who served, that happens on November 11th. Today is not National Cook Out day - we do not celebrate the death of those who served. Today … Continue reading What is Memorial Day?
God has helped us expand our ministry into the far reaches of the world. We are Blessed to have had guests from the following countries over the past week: United StatesCanadaGermanyUkraineUnited KingdomMacedoniaFranceNorwaySwedenPhilippinesHungaryIndiaSerbiaChinaNetherlandsFinlandPolandAustraliaIsrael
John Lomperis, at the Institute for Religion & Democracy recently wrote one of the most comprehensive posts covering the well orchestrated attacks on traditionalist by liberals in the United Methodist Church that I have seen. He exposes the blatant attacks, mistruths and formulation of false narratives made by Mark Holland of Mainstream UMC. Oddly enough … Continue reading Congratulations! Your rural United Methodist Church wants to perform Same Sex Weddings
Christ was dead Christ IS risen Christ will come again
This morning after sunrise, Brother Brian and I met for breakfast and and then a Bible study led by Brother Mark. As we gathered well under the maximum allowable number of 10 persons in our home State, we were reminded that Jesus not only ministered to the unclean with leprosy, he touched and healed them … Continue reading What would Jesus do?