John Potter
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Do You Have a Favorite Place to Pray?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy 5th month 5, 2014. 12 Replies

Prayer is central to our faith.  It is deliberate communication with our Heavenly Father.  It is an act of worship.  It is a spiritual discipline.  It allows us to adore, petition, praise, and…Continue

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About Me
I am a military chaplain and Christian pastor who tries to follow Jesus.

I have two tours under my belt. My first deployment was 18 months for Operation Iraqi Freedom. My second deployment was 12 months in the Horn of Africa. I also had one stateside deployment with Joint Task Force Pelican for Hurricane Gustav relief efforts in Louisiana.

I am a minister with the Evangelical Friends Church. I became a pastor in 2002 and graduated from seminary in 2005.

I love a good glass of lemonade, reading, bluegrass, walking my yellow lab, spending time with my wife, and being a pastor to Soldiers.
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http://godsquad.me
Twitter Page
http://ksquaker

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At 3:56pm on 4th mo. 26, 2014, Olivia said…

Hi John,

Welcome to QQ!  Thank you for joining us.

I am having trouble looking at your two websites provided, above.  Can you give the dummy proof version?   (not sure if it's me or my computer being the dummy)

- Olivia

 
 
 

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