Redux: Discussing Doublewide

Redux: Discussing Doublewide January 5, 2011

At Antioch Church in Bend, Oregon, Pastor Ken Wytsma holds an “after-the-sermon” gathering called Redux. This is for the folks who want to participate in a conversation about the scriptural truths presented. During this past Sunday’s redux, someone asked Pastor Ken about Will Jesus Buy Me a Doublewide?

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  • Very nice. He seems to be an interesting pastor. He almost speaks as highly of you as I do. I like his style.

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      Ken was very gracious. Maybe it’s because he, too, is from the South. A Clemson alum, I think.

  • I know I’m preaching to the choir, but this is worth reading and is perfectly relevant:

    “But the brother of humble circumstances is to glory in his high position; and the rich man is to glory in his humiliation, because like flowering grass he will pass away. For the sun rises with a scorching wind and withers the grass; and its flower falls off and the beauty of its appearance is destroyed; so too the rich man in the midst of his pursuits will fade away.” James 1:9-11

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      James is one of my favorites — the book and the person. 🙂

      • I didn’t want to brag, but I wrote the book of James. I also played the guitar solo on “Layla”. But I don’t like to point that out, on account of I’m so humble.

        • Debbie

          Layla! Guitar Solo! You are my hero too James – so love that solo and a 57 Chev.

  • Mary Cooke

    I am so enriched both by reading this blog and listening today to your friend Ken. And your book was also something I gave this Christmas. Thank you.

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      Thanks, Mary. Antioch is a terrific body of people. I love it when I have the chance to sit under Ken’s teaching.

  • Nice one!He seems to be a fan.

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      Should we put him on the payroll? Isn’t that how the bigguns do it?

  • Debbie

    You wrote a might fine book Mz Karen and it is a pleasure to hear someone as articulate and heart felt about the topic honor you.