Lesson Updates

Over the last year, things have been hard.  We have had to move, we have had some budget issues due to this and other things that made money unstable (including going to court against our prior landlord).  We look a lot better now, our budget has gotten better.

We have moved to a place called Pebblecreek Crossing and I have become a pastor there.  So far, we only have one really stable person to pastor and teach, this is far better than none.  We have made many lessons already in our new place.  We look forward to more.  These lessons include:

Unity 2

Ten Commandments




Lesson 19a

Lesson 19b



(A 12-15 week course in itself if you want to take one at a time and can include the old “Is Lying Good?–You Make The Call” set which are lessons 19a and 19b).

Heaven’s Town Criers

A Weapon Forged Against You

Dry Bones

Dry Bones 2

The Seven Deadly Sins–Lust

Lose To Win



These are really neat lessons.  We will try our best to keep up on the blog more and more.


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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