Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Greetings to all.

Well, I finally took the first step into the big wide world of blogging.
In the coming days I will be making an attempt to post my first blog. I ask in advance for the sincere prayers of the righteous.
At this point, I do not anticipate a daily post but will, at least for now, post a thought or two from time to time.

4 comments:

Pastor Kevin L. Pullam said...

Hello to my "Father Twice,"

I am glad to see that you have stepped in the the blogworld. I will be looking forward to the posts. Trust me... Once you get it going, it actually gets to be a rather strong circle of fellowship and encouragement.

Blog You Later,
Kevin

your helpmeet said...

I AM SO HAPPY TO SEE YOU HAVE FINALLY ARRIVED!!!

I look forward to seeing your writings and reading your many insights, counsel, and sharing of your inner self.

Be prepared for me to play Devil's advocate (as I usually do) to challenge your debates.

I love you.

Pastor Kraig L. Pullam said...

This will be a very interesting/insightful discourse, to say the least. I have found the blog to be a highlight and hallmark in my weekly life. What I once found to be a task has now become a necessary outlet; and has boosted my confidence and love for writing.

I hope and pray that you both enjoy blogging and that you will continue through the days, weeks, months and years to come.

Vietta P's Two Cents Worth said...

My Dear Pastor, We had a great spirit filled service today. We were nervous since it poured down rain all day, that we were going to have a skeletal gathering. But the Lord brought them out and the word ministered to us all in a mighty way.

Since this morning's service, I have found out how marvolous the Lord worked in other worship services as well. I have read Pastor Lance's blog today and Pastor Kraig's blog also. The spirit of the Lord was at work simultaneously with them as well as with you (see Kraig's blog). God never ceases to amaze me. Thank you Pastor for your faithful diligence in bringing us what saith the Lord. We are made better and stronger because of it. To God be Praised!