Rev. Earl

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About Rev. Earl

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    The Kilted Reverand
  • Birthday 08/20/1956

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    West Valley City, UT

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  • Interests
    Cooking, camping, attending Scottish Festivals and Highland Games
  • Doctrine /Affiliation
    Christian Non-Denominational

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    Security Supervisor
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  1. Nice! I may have to put something together and send to you.
  2. Fawzo, are those your color choices? Send me your wrist measurement (loose, not tight) and your address and I'll see what I can do.
  3. For the past couple of years I have been making bracelets and stuff out of paracord. My first bracelet I made for my wife while she was dealing with thyroid cancer. I made it with purple Para cord since purple is the color for thyroid cancer survivors. Since she wears it almost 24/7, I don’t have a picture of it. One of my personal bracelets is this yellow one. This represents the “Livestrong” yellow bracelet and since theirs are always to small for my wrist, I decided to make my own. Next is a key fob in black with a blue line through it. It represents the police memorial colors and I also w
  4. Busy, busy busy Brother Michael. Between work, ministering to others and being an Admin on a food related site and spending time with the family and grandkids I keep finding myself running out of day light!

  5. been a month Rev Earl - where are ya?

  6. Great to see ya on the forum Rev Earl ! I know you're busy, but keep visiting us !!!

  7. Brother Michael-Thanks for leaving me a message. Sorry that it has taken me so long to get back to you. Don't really think that HQ would be impressed with me knobby knees. :P

  8. How could I not stop in and visit the self proclaimed " Kilted Reverend" ? You need to talk to HQ about that award... sounds like a good idea...

  9. Tragic-those involved have been added to my prayer list.
  10. Wow- Have you taken the time to know and understand what the Wicca beliefs are? If you did, you wouldn't have made the comment that you did. I have several friends that are Wiccan and we get along great because I have taken the time to learn what Wicca is about and in turn, they respect me for the path that I choose to follow. Yes, I will pray for you in your struggle. I will pray that you will find understanding and tolerance in others beliefs. May God Bless-
  11. For me it's nothing spoken aloud but more of a mental reminder "Deep breath in. . . deep breath out. . . " and if I happen to be able to do this with my eyes closed-even better (but not while driving)!! It helps me to focus on the task at hand and relieves some stress.
  12. As my ministry is more of a "one to one" stewardship, music doesn't really play into it in a congregational sense. However, I'll play gospel hymns from my mp3 player to the one I'm ministering too if I'm prompted by the Spirit to do so and it conveys the message that I'm trying to put across. Various hymns do pop into my head while I'm working or reading the Bible. When I'm getting ready to meet someone in my capacity as an Ordained Minister I'll often play "Brightly Beams our Fathers Mercy). It helps me to focus on doing His work.