The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

October 18, 2013

Our readers tell us about their pastors

RICHMOND — These responses were posted on the Richmond Register’s Facebook page when we asked our readers to tell us about their pastors for Pastor Appreciation Week.

 

Rev. Barry Neese is our pastor at St. Thomas Lutheran Church. He takes care of the flock, applies the Word of God to daily living, teaches our children to love God, and encourages us to serve the world.                                    
  Joan Beck
 
My pastor is Edwin Lainhart, Abundant Life Ministries. He’s an awesome anointed man of God, a bible preaching pastor who preaches the truth no matter how hard it is sometimes. He is there for all of us when needed. He responds to our needs and cares about all of us the same way. He has a wonderful woman of God, Eulene Lainhart, right by his side that's just as anointed and special as he is. We have life leaders and a wonderful discipleship pastor also. If you don't have a home church, I ask that you at least come visit and see for yourself.                      
  Lisa Samples
 
Susan Hill and Jonas Hill are our pastors at Crossroads Fellowship Church, and I appreciate their hard work, dedication, and energy they devote to serving God, our church and the community.                
    Jamison Rogers 
 
Bro. Jeff Jackson is pastor at Harvest Time. He is a wonderful servant of the Lord. He and his wonderful wife Geraldine Hill Jackson are there for others and to share God wonderful word with so many.                                            God has blessed them both with a wonderful church, and the people there are family to them. We all love them very much. They are very special people to us all. We are so blessed to have them in our life.                            
     Kristy Johns 
 
Pastor Bill Fort at First Baptist on the Eastern Bypass is my pastor. He is a true servant, an awesome example, an incredible friend. He loves the Lord and serves faithfully.

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