Prayer Warrior In Fredericktown, Ohio
My wife and I often reflect on how God has worked in our lives and how we have been privileged to meet and know many different people who have been used of God. During our early empty nesting years, we became very active in line dancing along with our country and western friends. We "yee-hawed" for about ten years often several nights a week and found ourselves with many new friends that just saw us for our love of dancing and had no idea about my Wall Street affiliations.
One of the couples we met was "Lou & Patty". This couple was even more into dancing than we were and after knowing them for a while, discovered that they were attending the same church we were. At that time, Lou was really searching for what it meant to be a Christian and was reading and challenging me intellectually beyond my capacity to answer his questions. (I know that didn't take very much!). Even our shepherd at CVC, Rick Duncan would marvel at some of the questions that Lou would pose and seek God's will.
After knowing Lou for several months, I invited him to join me with others who were attending a breakfast with Ravi Zacharias. The intellectual appeal of Ravi in his unique ability to share his faith and inspire others who have great intellectual capacity was the stimulus for Lou to dedicate his life to Christ, and renew his passion for moving closer to God. At the ripe age of 50, Lou left a lucrative career in business to go to seminary and enter full time ministry. Today, he is prayer walking the streets of Fredericktown, getting to know people there and helping to plant a church to win people of all intellects to Christ. You may want to visit their website at www.nowsongchurchonline.org
Perhaps you are thinking of singing a "New Song" and are searching and seeking God's will about making a change. Call me if you need a prayer partner in that process! Better yet, call Lou! He will be glad to share his heart with you about how to make changes.
Matthew 5: 13 "You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer food for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled by men."
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