I am a Canadian. Yes, we really do say the words "Eh!" and "hoser" a lot. I am a bi-vocational minister, meaning I counsel part-time and I work full-time at a secular job. I am currently earning a Ph. D. in Pastoral Psychology through Trinity Evangelical Christian University in Alabama. I am earning this through distance education studies. It is not as easy as I thought it would be. I love Jesus, my wife, my daughter, and my son-in-law. I also love my daughters best friend as my own daughter, her husband as a son-in-law, and their son as my own grandson. I also love my 8 fur babies that my wife took in off the street.
Our biological daughter lives in Pennsylvania with her husband as she married a U.S. citizen. I miss her but thanks to technology and a webcam, I can talk to her whenever I want. Our other "daughter" lives here in the same town as we live in.
I am blunt, really blunt. I get along with most people who can handle a really blunt person who says what they have to say. I am also married, and she is also in ministry, dealing specifically with womens issues. My wife and I are allowed to live in this home which is run by our 8 cats.
"For God hath not given us the spirit of fear but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." - 2 Timothy 1:7 KJV
okay, so my cousins are in this church (if you can call it that). and they ask their pastor for everything, if they can date, if they can have a job, almost anything.
and another thing is they can only read the king james version, and they go to the pastor to intrepret what they don't understand. it seems to be very inaccurate. my sister is living with them currently and she said that he put the "pastor" and "Church" where you would think God should be.
they praise this church like it is god. theyve followed the church 2 states away from the rest of the family, although we already knew that the church came first. but its just sad to see.
anyways, please pray for them. i want to see them delivered. (in case you were wondering, they were united Pentecostals, now i dunno, its whatever the pastor says now.)