Category Archive: RevPat

Jun 06

How to Maintain the Small Church or maybe you need to “Get to Know The Tates in Your Church”

Do you know how many members of the Tate family who belong to your church? There is old man DicTate, who wants to run everything, while Uncle RoTate tries to change everything. Their sister AgiTate stirs up plenty of trouble, with help from her husband, IrriTate. Their son DebiliTate is often a bad influence on …

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May 31

Five Life Lessons for Graduates and Those Who Love Them

5/30/2014 It’s a shame that the finest insight for a well-lived life isn’t neatly packaged inside fortune cookies or neat little boxes. It seems graduate, that over the next few weeks, every friend, neighbor, relative, and unknown stranger is going to tell you what to do with your life. I thought that I would join …

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May 01

Would You Like A Little Cheese With That Whine?

“Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation.” Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky.” – Philippians 2:14-15   Complainers and critical people … it’s amazing how quickly they can just suck the life …

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Apr 11

Reflecting on Suffering

  Did you hear the story of the little boy that wanted to share in Christ’s suffering? One Sunday he heard the preacher talking about Jesus’ walk to Golgotha. And he heard how Jesus’ walked the streets of stone. And he heard about the man who helped Jesus. Then the little boy went home and …

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Nov 30

Cattle-Prod Wielding Riot Squads Put In Place To Control Black Friday Hordes In Atlanta

Believe it ….  (Atlanta, GA) – Bracing for the inevitable flood of rabid shoppers eager to take advantage of Black Friday deals, multiple shop owners have chosen to employ off duty officers in full riot gear equipped with electrical prods to keep the unruly masses in check. Martin Denny, owner of Denny’s Discount Deals & …

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