A Word from Our Pastor
I am blessed to have such a beautiful wife and seven children. My family and I have greatly enjoyed
the Dunnellon area and are excited to be a part of such dynamic church growth. I have been ordained
since 1989 and this is my fourth appointment ministering to a local congregation. I have served the church
on the District level in two areas and the Annual Conference on the Board of Church and Society.
I can't imagine pastoring anywhere else at this time of my life. I have no doubt that God has blessed
me greatly by serving this wonderful congregation."
Pastor's Weekly Devotion
Our devotion this week comes from Wednesday, January 29. The scripture
verse tells us the story of one of the early deacons of the church in Acts, chapter
I love the Bible verse for when Philip the deacon is talking to his future care
receiver. :-) His response is to the question of the gentleman trying to read the
scriptures and not understanding unless someone helps guide him.
We find ourselves in need of spiritual guidance in the wake of our denomination
and church responding to issues at hand in 2020. I would like to invite you to two
very important meetings this week. Tuesday night at our administrative board meeting,
at the end Bob White will offer a PowerPoint description of what is happening to the
global Methodist church. On Wednesday night in place of the lay message, I'm going to
share this devotion and use the scripture from Acts chapter 8 where the person is
asking our deacon how can I understand what God is trying to say to us at Dunnellon
in this time of our church history.
The three questions I will lift up is number one, how did we get here?
Number two, is the practice of homosexuality the problem?
And finally, number three, can divorce be okay?
As we look at the many different struggles in life, I think there are some very basic
principles that need to guide us as spiritual beings. These we must agree upon and
seek the Lord for spiritual truth and direction. We are all blessed with Sunday School
teachers and prayer partners and friends and pastors and those that can help us here
but it is the Holy Spirit that you must seek this week. Seeking wisdom in your personal
journey and in the journey of the church as a whole.
Before Aspirin & Other Things Devotions by Pastor Eddie Fulford
The book, "Before Aspirin & Other Things" was written by Pastor Eddie's dad, Reverend Joseph E. Fulford.
Just click on any of the links below to listen to the devotions on Youtube.
Written by Pastor Eddie Fulford
Christian Fantasy with audience focus from teenage---young adult.
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