On January 20, 2013 I will be installed as the lead pastor of Oakdale Wesleyan Church, and as the date approaches many thoughts have crossed my mind. Although we, the involved parties, just picked the first available Sunday in January, that date happened to fall on Inauguration Day for President Barack Obama’s second term, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend. I do not place myself on the level of the first African-American president of the U.S. nor the leader of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, but I am honored to share, and find significance in sharing, their day. Continue reading Life Perspective from Rob Bell
Our family decided to take an evening drive on Christmas Eve in order to look at houses displayed in holiday lights. We dressed our daughter in her footed snowman pajamas, hat, and coat, while we threw on hooded sweatshirts, and into the car we went, until . . . Continue reading Vomit, the New Christmas Miracle
My busy schedule has not allowed me to keep up with regular blog and Twitter posting over the past three weeks. However, after many years of work and prayer, that intensified over the past three weeks, on Nov. 18, 2012, I was offered and accepted the call as lead pastor at Oakdale Wesleyan Church in Oakdale, MN.
I ask that you forgive the lack of attention the blog may receive as we transition over the next few months, and travel down the road of greater opportunity to impact individuals, our culture, and the world, with the hope and love found in Jesus.
©2012 Paul Tillman