My Second Ordination…On Facebook

Taking a long walk with the D.S. today to talk about my future as a pastor in the New England Conference. It is not as obvious as it was in 2004 when we arrived. Prayers are appreciated.
    • Sandra Bonnette-Kimprayers on your way 🙂

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    • LaTrelle Miller EasterlingGod has a plan for you, Doug. Don’t be afraid to walk in it, even if it is completely unconventional. Praying.

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    • Justin HildebrandtPraying…been there…

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    • Tim Good‎/\

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    • Gina Francesconi DowningI know you will find a way to use your many gifts.

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    • Emily Freeman PenfieldPrayers for you Doug – but know we really need open-minded, creatively thinking pastors in North Alabama! Seriously.

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    • David AslesenMay it be a grace-filled journey.

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    • Leigh DryMany prayers are with you. Doug, you are extraordinarily talented. We are privileged to have you here, and I know as you and Rene walk, God also walks with you too.

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    • Audley Blythe LoewenWe’ll be praying for you, Doug.

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    • Jack O’Dellkeep you in my prayers…

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    • Jack O’Dell‎”you don’t have to take the broken road, you can turn around and come back home!”

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    • Cynthia GoodPrayers indeed with thanks for all your gifts!

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    • Travis Bonnette-KimPrayers are being raised.

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    • Stacey HartfordKeeping you in prayer.. Be open to Gods will and he will reveal all he has in store for u.

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    • Bonnie BeckonchristO Cosmic God, unimaginably larger than the church…….

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    • Charmaigne Van RooyenDoug, God is great… ALL the time. Will pray for you and what is obviously a weighty decision; both you and your family!

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    • Barbara KszystyniakLifting you in prayer.

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    • Kym Davis RogersMany prayers for you, Doug.

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    • Doug Robinson-JohnsonThank you for prayers and for your wisdom! Wow, you all represent an amazing cross-section of where I have been and I am happy just imagining where your journeys have taken YOU!

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    • Miki Weego LaRocheIt will all work out and you will find your path. *prayers* In the meantime….I have a magic 8 ball so feel free to ask it questions.

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    • Ken WilliamsonRomans 8:28. All things work for the good. You are already taken care of. Can’t wait to see where your journey will take you.

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    • David EichelbergerHaving been a peripatetic pastor myself, the adventure is amazing when God is involved in it.

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    • Dawn ChesserGosh, Doug, things are tough all over as they say. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Keep me in yours as well! The UMC is surely not the same denomination as it was in 2004.

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    • Bert ScottI took a pretty wandering journey in ministry, but every turn in the road led to new discoveries and friends. “We will get there, heaven knows how we will get there.”

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    • Nancy R SmithLeaving the only pastorate I have ever had to find my own deacon appointment, I identify with the insecure and floundering feelings of not knowing. Peace to you brother and may God’s grace enfold you.

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    • Pam Mariner GoodYou’re in my prayers!

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    • Diane FosterWhether in a traditional forum or not, you will always be a minister Doug. The question isn’t if, but how your ministry will continue. Trust God’s plan. “Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances.” (I Thess 5:16-18) Much love as you make your decisions.

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    • Diane Souders EvansGreat words of wisdom already written. Remember that God is with you always. Through thick and the thin. He’ll see you through whatever is next.

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    • Linda J VogelPrayers for discernment coming your way!

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    • Carol Blair BousePrayers of peace for all of you in this time.

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    • Deborah L. FisherPrayers are with you.

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    • Darel NowersDoug you are in my prayers wishing you the best

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    • Vicki Lynn WoodsYou have probably already taken your walk and my prayers continue for you, the cabinet, our church and denomination and your family. Each influences the whole.

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    • Doug Robinson-JohnsonOnce again, THANK YOU all! My walk and talk with Rene lasted an hour-and-a-half. I came away believing we truly need each other, the United Methodist Church and I.

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    • Stephanie Molnarlove and prayers

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    • Steve Garnaas-Holmes‎(I was thinking of you today… we missed…) I’m not convinced God has a “plan.” Just infinite grace. Always. Even though. Walk on.

      about an hour ago · UnlikeLike · 2
    • Pamela Jo CulbertsonGlad your walk went well, Doug. I was about to quote some Van Halen lyrics to you, so I’m glad you spared us both that indignity…

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    • LaRaine Porter RichardsI have never met a pastor before or since you that was able to touch me and relate God’s Word the way that you did when you were in Chicago. I send my prayers to you and I know that God will keep using you in ministry. Your gifts are too great to not be used.

      about an hour ago · UnlikeLike · 1
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