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How To Welcome A Returning Pastor

August 30th 2007 1 comment so far  

A good shepherd does what it takes to get his sheep to pasture. Obviously he cares for the needs of the sheep. He feeds them. He nurtures their bruised legs as they walk. He even stands in the path of danger in order to protect them on the way. I saw a good example of this while traveling in Colorado on vacation one year. My family and I were driving to our campground””one that was way back in the national forests. As I maneuvered the curves in the two-lane road, we unexpectedly came upon a shepherd standing in the middle …

Bomber Guy Says “HI”

August 29th 2007 10 comments so far  

If you are asking the age-old question, “What am I doing here?”, then you have found the right place for an answer. You are reading a blog. You’re welcome.

I hope you weren’t looking for a deep answer, because this ain’t the place. And I’m not the guy.

I guess I should tell you who I am. I am Roy Williamson and I serve as the Pastor over Families and Parenting Ministries at Stonebriar Community Church. I am the oldest new pastor around; I graduated from Dallas Seminary in August of 2003. …

This New First Something

August 23rd 2007 No comments yet  

A few days ago I wrote my first blog””for a guy who regularly crashes his computer, that’s a milestone. As I sat in front of my computer, I mused about some of the “firsts” in my life, and then I wondered how we all respond to first somethings. First date, first time to eat a Cajun meal, first failure at work, first success at work, first worship service””you know, all the firsts of something in our lives.

Then I remembered God’s disappointment with the Ephesian church in Revelation 2. “I have this against you,” he said, “You have left your first …

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