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Old 08-13-2008, 08:22 PM
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Well said - I just totally disagree! I can promise you - JF is the Pastor and he has the FINAL word on everything! No matter how big we grow here - I will always be the Bishop and will make the decisions.
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Glad we can disagree without being disagreeable!

May God bless you and Pastor Franklin!
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Old 08-13-2008, 08:24 PM
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LOL!

Glad we can disagree without being disagreeable!

May God bless you and Pastor Franklin!
Thanks and love you too - Thanks for all you do for the KINGDOM! Bless you!
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JF, is an incredible man with an incredible ministry for God. His voice and his influence is certainly reaching a younger generation. Not only is he wise, but he is straightforward and he is not a wishy washy preacher, her preaches strong.
I am sorry it took me a while to answer your post, I finally made it last night, I nodd in total agreement with you about him. He came across as very spontaneous, true blue, peak performance type of dude. I loved the service. And that is true that he is very young in his approach of seeing life, even the worship band had a little bit of hard rock type of flavor to it, which I absolutely loved myself because I am a fan.

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Let us know how the service goes! Welcome to AFF.
Again, I apologize for taking my time in answering, thank you so much for the welcome, but don't worry, whereever Jesus is Cherished, I usually feel right at home anyway... the service was incredible. Extremely contemporary (which I absolutely Loooove), sharpshooting and moving against the mean stream. the topic was about beating the odds and the base scripture (along with others) he used to back that was Judges 3:31, it was extremely smart, he also had vid clips from "In the pursuite of Hapiness" with Will Smith, which is a movie that is based on a true story, the clip was cut through by a vid clips of him commenting on subject. This man is very inspiring to say the least. He honestly must be encouraged.

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I have ministered for him several times, just a great guy. One time he wanted me to come last min, I was in New Orleans and there was no commercial flight to get me there on time. He sent his private plane, I have that pic on my piano.
TFT is a mentor of his , Bro. Tenney preached a 3 night revival in Gainsville a few months ago.
Oh Dear Looord, you must be near and dear to his heart for him to do that.
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Old 09-22-2008, 03:52 PM
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I am sorry it took me a while to answer your post, I finally made it last night, I nodd in total agreement with you about him. He came across as very spontaneous, true blue, peak performance type of dude. I loved the service. And that is true that he is very young in his approach of seeing life, even the worship band had a little bit of hard rock type of flavor to it, which I absolutely loved myself because I am a fan.



Again, I apologize for taking my time in answering, thank you so much for the welcome, but don't worry, whereever Jesus is Cherished, I usually feel right at home anyway... the service was incredible. Extremely contemporary (which I absolutely Loooove), sharpshooting and moving against the mean stream. the topic was about beating the odds and the base scripture (along with others) he used to back that was Judges 3:31, it was extremely smart, he also had vid clips from "In the pursuite of Hapiness" with Will Smith, which is a movie that is based on a true story, the clip was cut through by a vid clips of him commenting on subject. This man is very inspiring to say the least. He honestly must be encouraged.



Oh Dear Looord, you must be near and dear to his heart for him to do that.
Glad that you share the same thoughts and feelings about him, cause he is one great dude!
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Thanks for your comment - He is a great man and as real as they come!
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Glad that you share the same thoughts and feelings about him, cause he is one great dude!
Yes, indeed, he is. And he is no bs-er, what I admire about him is that he seems to walk his talk as in he fasts, ...Hey, did you ever have a chance to see "Fear Fighters"? one of his priceless sermons? in part 2 he is shown with Cherise in a cage with other people, swiming in the middle of at least 6 or 7 pretty meaty killer sharks!!! it was broadcast on TBN. Here's the link for anyone who has not seen it and is interested in doing so. That whole sermon, I think should be broadcasted everywhere, in high schools, colleges, churches, sinagogues, even in (or especially in I should say) secular meetings, everywhere. The shark part starts at about minute 5 or slightly after:
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Thanks for your comment - He is a great man and as real as they come!
I am the one who should be thankful for being able to learn from him. He is an excellent teacher, educator as well as motivator.
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LOL!

Glad we can disagree without being disagreeable!

May God bless you and Pastor Franklin!
I miss ChTatum
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OK, but I respectfully disagree.

I am outside the mainstream of modern pastoral thinking, but I believe once a church congregation reaches the size where one man is unable to pastor it, a sister or daughter work should be established with a portion of the congregation moving to the daughter work.

Preferably in a another section of a large town, or a neighboring community.

AB, IMO, pastors should be pastors, not administrators of large corporations.

IMO, I said.
I also miss him. And I agree with this. Been my opinion since I was a youth.
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OK, but I respectfully disagree.

I am outside the mainstream of modern pastoral thinking, but I believe once a church congregation reaches the size where one man is unable to pastor it, a sister or daughter work should be established with a portion of the congregation moving to the daughter work.

Preferably in a another section of a large town, or a neighboring community.

AB, IMO, pastors should be pastors, not administrators of large corporations.

IMO, I said.
I also miss him. And I agree with this. Been my opinion since I was a youth.
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