Break Is Over

As our readers can see, I have been not on here for around 9 months.  A lot has happened.  After my ordination, I went through an identity crisis.  This was likely due to getting unwarranted feedback from a lot of church members at the Methodist Church that me and my wife Bonnie attend.  There were misunderstandings about why I ordained such as just wanting to be on the map, being self-serving, and trying to replace people when none of that was the case.  People took my excitement and energy and tried to turn it against me and the ministry I proudly serve in.

During that time however, God used this time to tell me to take a break and get ready for the opportunities He had for me.  I was told to fix up our household budget to make a profit and use the money to keep our account in pretty decent shape and fund our ministry’s projects when called to do so.  The budgets were pretty much finished in January.  After a couple of months worth of tweaking, I was told to start writing lessons and sermons which are now called “Spirit Messages”


About professorparody

My real name is Carl Richard Heinlein. I grew up in Danville, Indiana. I am currently 38. and live in Richmond Kentucky. I am legally blind with an eyesight of 20/200 corrected vision. I am a borderline albino which means sunlight is very unkind to me to say the least. My primary interest is making friends. I talk to about everyone I see. I want to make sure everyone is treated like they are special because everyone is!! My hobbies include: tennis, chess, shooting pool, church league softball (catcher), and archiving cartoons (I have a tape and disc library of my favorite TV Programs--1320 VHS Tapes and a bunch of DVD's that are taped off of TV. I use these to make lessons.) I played 5 seasons of varsity tennis at my respective high schools and did the best I could (I don't think the schools had JV programs) I won some matches in this time. I do my best in everything I do, so it would not be unusual. A lot of times in these sports I do win, especially in the pool games and chess games (commented on above), but there are lots of times when I lose too. It's all in the spirit of playing the sports in God's Spirit!! So, I love life. A good attitude in this is important in order to keep things that way, so others can see God working through me and His light to shine. The Bible States: A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.--Proverbs 17: 22 The Above Bible Passage Is My Life's Slogan Or Motto!!! I want to be a cheerful heart and good medicine.
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