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Rev. James E. Bass

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Mission Bend Christian Academy

3710 Hwy 6 South

Houston, Texas 77082

United States

Company Description

Mission Bend Christian Academy is dedicated to serving children. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Pastor

Friendswood United Methodist Church

Minister

Wesley United Methodist Church

Position, Research Assistantship

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Senior Pastor

E-zekiel

Senior Pastor

Church of the Risen Savior

Affiliations

Welcome New Member
The Beaumont Rotary Club

Education

Nazarene Theological Seminary

Southwestern University

then-East Texas Baptist College

Bachelor of Arts degree

History

Master of Divinity

Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University

Web References (55 Total References)


Mission Bend United Methodist Church

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Rev. James Bass, 1998-2004.


Mission Bend United Methodist Church - West Houston, TX - Men's Christian Ministry Contact Information

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Jim Bass


UMPH - Newscope

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Jim Bass, pastor of Mission Bend UMC in Houston, has found a church Chad whose story reminds him of the Florida chads.Bass had heard a brief mention on a Fox television news program that the patron saint of disputed elections is St. Chad.

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"According to tradition," Bass told colleagues in an Internet discussion group for Methodist clergy in Texas, "Chad replied [to the archbishop of Canterbury], ‘If you decide that I have not rightly received the episcopal character, I willingly lay down the office; for I have never thought myself worthy of it, but under obedience, I, though unworthy, consented to undertake it.' " As a reward for his humility, the archbishop later made Chad bishop of Lichfield.
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Bass found a prayer for the feast of St. Chad, which reads in part, "Almighty God, whose servant Chad, for the peace of the Church relinquished cheerfully the honors that had been thrust upon him, only to be rewarded with equal responsibility: Keep us, we pray, from thinking of ourselves more highly than we ought to think, and ready at all times to step aside for others (in honor preferring one another)."


UMPH - Newscope

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Jim Bass, pastor of Mission Bend UMC in Houston, has found a church Chad whose story reminds him of the Florida chads.Bass had heard a brief mention on a Fox television news program that the patron saint of disputed elections is St. Chad.

...
"According to tradition," Bass told colleagues in an Internet discussion group for Methodist clergy in Texas, "Chad replied [to the archbishop of Canterbury], ‘If you decide that I have not rightly received the episcopal character, I willingly lay down the office; for I have never thought myself worthy of it, but under obedience, I, though unworthy, consented to undertake it.' " As a reward for his humility, the archbishop later made Chad bishop of Lichfield.
...
Bass found a prayer for the feast of St. Chad, which reads in part, "Almighty God, whose servant Chad, for the peace of the Church relinquished cheerfully the honors that had been thrust upon him, only to be rewarded with equal responsibility: Keep us, we pray, from thinking of ourselves more highly than we ought to think, and ready at all times to step aside for others (in honor preferring one another)."


UMPH - Newscope

www.umph.org [cached]

Jim Bass, pastor of Mission Bend UMC in Houston, has found a church Chad whose story reminds him of the Florida chads.Bass had heard a brief mention on a Fox television news program that the patron saint of disputed elections is St. Chad.

...
"According to tradition," Bass told colleagues in an Internet discussion group for Methodist clergy in Texas, "Chad replied [to the archbishop of Canterbury], ‘If you decide that I have not rightly received the episcopal character, I willingly lay down the office; for I have never thought myself worthy of it, but under obedience, I, though unworthy, consented to undertake it.' " As a reward for his humility, the archbishop later made Chad bishop of Lichfield.
...
Bass found a prayer for the feast of St. Chad, which reads in part, "Almighty God, whose servant Chad, for the peace of the Church relinquished cheerfully the honors that had been thrust upon him, only to be rewarded with equal responsibility: Keep us, we pray, from thinking of ourselves more highly than we ought to think, and ready at all times to step aside for others (in honor preferring one another)."

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