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asysin2leads

Independent Fundamental Baptist
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About asysin2leads

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  • Birthday May 7

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Lebanon, OH
  • Denomination
    Baptist
  • IFB?
    Yes

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  1. I am looking for a genuine leather Thompson Chain Reference Bible (regular, NOT large print) for our son. Everyone, including Kirkbride, has bonded leather. I want a genuine leather. I checked several places online and no one has them. Any thoughts on where I can get one. Thanks everyone.
  2. We have nurseries/classes for pretty much every age at each service. We also have 2 cry rooms at the back of the auditorium that has sound resistant glass. Of course the music and service is piped in through speakers.
  3. I looked there and think I found the same one (or very similar), but wanted to see if someone could put a finger on the publisher. Thanks for the info.
  4. Ok, here goes. I had a little complete Bible (about 4" wide and 6-8" tall). It was black and genuine leather. I carried this in my cargo pockets when I was in the military. Somehow it got lost after our move. I hate not having it on me when we work at the camp. I have found cheaper Bibles, but I want the same style as that one. It did not have a zipper or a snap closure. Any thoughts on publisher? Thanks for all the help. Kevin
  5. Amen! I love the bumper stickers that say, "You can't be Christian and Pro-Choice."
  6. Same here. My wife and I love Outback and eat there quite often. I have no qualms about asking the manager to turn down the music so we can have a reasonable conversation. We're not there to listen to the music. We're there to enjoy a wonderful steak. I have never had them not turn down the music. Especially once I get the manager involved. There was a Ponderosa around here that used to play K-Love all the time. They were told they couldn't play Christian music, but they still did. Corporate actually backed them on it, too.
  7. Dr. Shelton Smith wrote this article. It says, "Part One," so stands to reason there will be more. Haven't read it yet, though. It is sitting on my desk. I'll dive into it later tonight after the kiddos go to bed.
  8. I agree. I wouldn't go overboard with this. There are many things worse than this. Him coming to you shows a sign of maturity. When you sit down and talk to him, don't get irate. Not saying you would, but I don't know you. We're making strides with our 9 year old. He's really starting to mature and take responsibility for his actions. Good luck with this.
  9. Thanks for the info. I'll have to look into that.
  10. BroMatt, thanks for shooting Ron a message. I appreciate it. Ron, Thanks for the info. I will look those up. So, do you send me a bill for the house call?
  11. Ok, I've Googled this quite a bit and can't seem to come up with any substantial results. My daughter plays the trumpet and wants to play at the church. However, I am having a real difficult time finding good Christian sheet music for the trumpet. I can find a boat load for the piano and guitar, but not for trumpet. Does anyone know of something for trumpets? I was going to have her work from the hymnal, but didn't know if there was anything else out there. Thanks.
  12. I was called about interviewing for a youth director position while I was in Bible college. I was told this was an IFB church with a strong KJV history. I went there on a Saturday night to meet w/ the pastor and associate pastor. We were suppose to meet for about 2 hours, but they had been on a hospital call so we only got to talk for about 15-20 minutes. I had a list of questions to ask, but never got to them. Anyway, I went to the Sunday morning services and was ok with what they taught and preached. I saw some NIV bibles in the congregation, but the pastor was KJV and also said that t
  13. While I was in college, I had heard many good things about a church that was suppose to be IFB. When I went there, the "pastor" sat on a stool and "preached." His idea of preaching was not preaching from the Bible, but from some notes he had jotted down. It was more of his opinion than Scripture. I had to get up and leave in the middle of the service. It wasn't 6 months later that they had changed their name from a Baptist church to a Community church. Go figure.
  14. I do have to say that the tracts put out by Fellowship Tract League are very good. You can order a sample pack from them. I have passed them out for 20 years and am now a member of the church because of their tracts. I knew that they were IFB/KJB and those are few and far between around here.
  15. I heard my old pastor say, "People spend 6 days sowing their wild oats and 1 day praying they don't grow."
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