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Wednesday, June 06, 2007 

Goin' Back Home

"This ain't my home...I'm just a passin' through."

Apparently this has been my theme song since I graduated from high school. Over the past thirteen years I have lived in five different cities and have had over 40 different roomates, not including my current roomie, who shall remain so "until death do us part," though it's likely we will have some younger roomies join us in the not too distant future. And now that I have returned to the start of it all, Memphis, TN, I have to say that I feel very blessed to have made the journey I have over these past few years.

To update those of you who have not heard we moved to Memphis on the 2nd of June to begin new jobs and new lives. Brandi, my wife and the much better looking of the two in the pic you will find to the right, has begun her job at Baptist Memorial Hospital East as a nurse in the ICU Step-Down Unit. I have accepted a job with Edward Jones Investments as a Financial Advisor. Hopefully, I will be located in Olive Branch, MS, where we are currently looking for a home. As of now, we are stranded on the island that is my parents' house in Colonial Acres in East Memphis.

So please pray for us as we seek God's will for a house and especially for a new church. Thanks to all our friends and family that helped us to move and continue to endure with us while we transition from Louisville to Memphis.

I'll be praying for you. I recently got married too so I can relate to starting a new life in a new place.

God bless

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Paul was not interested merely in the ethical principles of religion or of ethics. On the contrary, he was interested in the redeeming work of Christ and its effect upon us. His primary interest was in Christian doctrine, and Christian doctrine not merely in its presuppositions but at its centre. -- J. Greshem Machen.

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