Pastor’s Weekly Newsletter

This section is a weekly blog by Pastor Kyle

04.13.14

Posted by on Apr 13, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

Bluebonnets don’t smell, but I stopped anyway to look at them. I don’t usually like to drive, but springtime in Texas is so beautiful that driving to Dallas was a pleasure. I pulled the car over and parked in a parking lot. I carefully crossed an access road and stepped into the sea of blue.  I stepped over four different kinds of flowers to get to the stars of the show. The Bluebonnets rose tall and stately, hardly even blowing in the wind. It is amazing that they lie dormant all winter and then emerge ready to carpet the earth. I stooped down to take the picture.

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04.06.14

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I see the tree almost every day. It sits at the entrance to our church offices. It is a strange tree.

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03.30.14

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The last few weeks, I’ve been working on a project. The government is in the process of redefining what it means by the word “marriage”. We have our own ideas. I’ve come to the deep conclusion that this is the continued fruit of the church/state union that began 1400 years ago with Constantine, when the Roman authorities made claim to Christianity.

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03.23.14

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It’s one of the best times of the year. The free petting zoo opened up just down the street from the church. Well, it’s not really a “petting zoo”, it’s the tractor store, but it is free. They have about five feed troughs full of birds. They make the greatest noise. I love to slip into the store and watch them. I never knew this was happening until I moved to Spearman, because I had never been to a tractor store until then. I had never been to a feed store. I had no idea and was a little hurt that no one had told me what was going on down at these places.

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03.16.14

Posted by on Mar 14, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

It’s the Sunday-night meeting of Disney Club. Owen, (our 20 year old autistic son), decided to start the group not long after he arrived at Riverview (a college for those struggling with autism) eight months ago.

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03.09.14

Posted by on Mar 12, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

It was my birthday and Cindy wanted to do something special to celebrate and since we were in Florida, we decided to go snorkeling. We found a dive boat that left from near our hotel. We reserved a spot on the trip the night before and asked about the trip making it because the forecast called for light rain. The man on the other end of the phone assured us that they did not cancel for something as trivial as drizzle. 

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03.02.14

Posted by on Mar 12, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

Cindy and I watched this guy all during lunch. His job: blow the sand off the sidewalk next to the beach. It was maddening.

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2.23.14

Posted by on Mar 12, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

We pulled up to the light in Eustace and saw on the opposite side of the highway a lengthy line of traffic. There, at the front of the parade, was an eighteen wheeler. The driver was out of the cab and staring at the trailer in disbelief. When he had attempted to drive off from the traffic signal, the trailer had decided not to follow.

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02.16.14

Posted by on Feb 14, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

Thirty four years ago, I was sitting in a physics class at UTA when God called me into the ministry. Actually, I was at lunch during a break from my physics class. I was arguing with some of my classmates about the existence of God. In their academic quest it seems they had abandoned God. I kept trying to tell them God had not abandoned them.

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02.09.14

Posted by on Feb 10, 2014 in Pastor's Weekly Newsletter | 0 comments

Flee. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.  I Peter 5:8.  Flee from sexual immorality. I Cor 6:18.  

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