Of course we are brothers and sisters in the Lord,Isn't it interesting how we are joined together as friends though the forum as well.some ask and others take time to answer questions.We have also expressed how we feel one another with the posts of Dann.If it doesn't offend any body ,I would like to know to introduce ourselves by mentioning only in which country and city we are.You know some times I find myself laughing and smiling.Before yesterday ,while I was on the phone in different times with different brothers my eyes were concentrated to the forum,and I laughed with out being aware.What I want to say is not to tell you ,what I have done what I shouldn't do,but more interesting is how I enjoy the communication with different brothers and sisters in the forum.So if you just name the country and city you live, I consider it as a valuable present.I would like to thank everybody and logos for giving us this opportunity.
God bless everybody.
Blessings in Christ.
Well, Tucson, Arizona, USA here. I want to go a bit more Tes. Sorry....I am a career changer. The Lord has closed doors on my first career ( and for that I am grateful). I was a Teacher of Mathematics and Physical Sciences to 13-17 year olds. I believe the Lord is seeming to open a couple of paths. I am starting in the next month a few courses in biochemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry. In the mean time, my pastor has asked me to teach a lesson and I can see it leading to more. He has agreed to check out nontraditional paths to enter the ministry. An opportunity that I was feeling was closed perm. for me. I will just have to see. In the summers here we get temperatures that are about 43 degree C as highs and lows about 30 degree C.
I'm from West Virginia, USA.
I'm not a Pastor, nor am I even a teacher or any other church office holder.
I just love studying His word...and Logos is a great way to do it!
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I'm from Melbourne, Australia (another nice city!).
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Like Dave I come from Australia. But I'm from Sydney which is higher and better than Melbourne.
I am gradually translating the whole Bible. Because I do this while travelling on the train when finished it will be the first trainslation of the Bible.
Because I am old, I am still using Logos 3. Nothing wrong with that .... I am still using WordPro.
Tes:If it doesn't offend any body ,I would like to know to introduce ourselves by mentioning only in which country and city we are
Asheboro, North Carolina, USA, home of the North Carolina Zoo. I have retired from the US Navy after 20+ years, retired from serving as Pastor after 25+ years, and am now semi-retired from a family business after 7 years. Now, I teach Sunday School and a Home Bible Study, and try to help my Pastor.
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I live in London, England.
Kansas City, Missouri.
In my avatar, I'm wearing a KC Royals baseball cap with the stadium behind me. I'm a huge fan.
I live in Monroe, Michigan, just south of Detroit on Lake Erie. I was in Miami, FL before that. I have moved a lot (even lived in Grundy VA, Robert--coal country, a stone's throw form W. Va), even Germany, as you know- Berlin and Munich. Jack--ever go to the story teller's convention there in Asheboro? Graham, thanks for sticking to the OP guidelines. You're a stand up guy.
William, didn't know they used Celsius in AZ. You guys must not be American. Edwin, did you ever listen to games that Rush Limbaugh announced?
You guys from Australia . . . . Hooton, I think think Stephen wants to rumble.
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Tes:We have also expressed how we feel one another with the posts of Dann.If it doesn't offend any body ,I would like to know to introduce ourselves by mentioning only in which country and city we are
"Tribe of Dan." I like the sound of that.
I presently live in Oklahoma City,
considering moving to Ireland, Japan, Israel or Ecuador in the next few years.
Any Logos users in County Cork, that can answer logistical questions?
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
I've always wanted to visit Frankfurt after taking three years in German in highschool. Alas.
For the last 12 years I've pastored in Moweaqua, Illinois - USA.
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I live in London, England.
Same here. London, England.
Warrior, Alabama (thats about 25 miles north of Birmingham)
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Poolesville, Maryland, USA. It's a tiny rural place about 30 minutes above Washington, DC. I'm tying up ends here to move. I am a retired nurse, currently employed as a database analyst for a non-profit.
I am restless, waiting to see what my real calling is now that I am back in the Word and listening to God's voice again. Neither my occupation nor my location feels right now.
Dan, your summary of everyone's posts made me laugh out loud! :-)
Very nice to meet you, Tes! And everyone else!
"But you, be sober in all things, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry." 2 Timothy 4:5 (NASB)
Well, this is the first time I am writing. I am from Maarssen, the Netherlands. I read the forums quite often, but this is the first time I am reacting. God bless you too.
I live in the unincorporated village of Alger between Bellingham and Burlington, WA, USA.
I'm a pastor in the Christian Reformed denomination, and a volunteer firefighter/captain here in the local, county fire district.
Help links: WIKI; Videos; Logos 5 FAQ (Phil. 2:14, NIV)
Graham and Ted, are you going to Morris Procter's seminar in London in Feb? Maybe we can meet up? I hope to make a trip back to England for that! I used to live in London, but have been in Albania for the last 17 years. I teach the Bible via storying and bind up wounds and burns on the side in a small Muslim village.
I live and pastor the church in Cesky Tesin, the oldest town of the Ostrava metropolitan area in the Czech Republic. This year our church celebrated 100 years of existence and our town 1200 years since its legendary beginning. It used to be the capital of the Austrian Silesia. Our town is devided between Czech Republic and Poland, it used to be called in the past Teshen in German or Cieszyn in Polish.
You can find some more information about Silesia here and about the Teschen Silesia (The Duchy of Teshen) here.