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Raymond I. Lindquist

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mark d. roberts

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mark d. roberts

719 Earl Garrett

Kerrville, Texas,78028

United States

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Hollywood Presbyterian Church


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Guidance for Christian Conflict

markdroberts.com [cached]

Our Senior Pastor, Dr. Raymond I. Lindquist, had retired, and church leaders had put together a search committee to call a new pastor.
This had to be approved in a meeting of the whole congregation, which I, as a young member, was privileged to attend. In that meeting my father stood up and made a long, impassioned speech. He was concerned that the search committee was not representative of the church, having been filled mostly with people over 50. (My dad would have been 38 at that time.) My dad's effort was successful, because the congregation added a couple of younger members to the committee, including, ironically enough, my dad.


Guidance for Christian Conflict

www.markdroberts.com [cached]

Our Senior Pastor, Dr. Raymond I. Lindquist, had retired, and church leaders had put together a search committee to call a new pastor.
This had to be approved in a meeting of the whole congregation, which I, as a young member, was privileged to attend. In that meeting my father stood up and made a long, impassioned speech. He was concerned that the search committee was not representative of the church, having been filled mostly with people over 50. (My dad would have been 38 at that time.) My dad's effort was successful, because the congregation added a couple of younger members to the committee, including, ironically enough, my dad.


The First Church of Christ | Wethersfield Historical Society

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Periodically, First Church hosts, often as guest preachers, speakers of national repute, including Lloyd J. Ogilvie, former chaplain of the United States Senate; Robert H. Schuller of the Crystal Cathedral; Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham's assistant; Raymond Lindquist, former pastor of the Hollywood Presbyterian Church; Charles Colson, founder of the Prison Ministry Fellowship; Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity; Harry Stout, Yale historian; Philip Yancey, renowned Christian author; and Lyle Schaller, a foremost church consultant.


Business Magazine | BABM | Cameo l Profile: NCS.TV

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According to Raymond Lindquist, former pastor of Hollywood Presbyterian Church in Hollywood, California, and author of the book, Notes for Living, "Courage is the power to let go of the familiar.


www.wethhist.org

Periodically, First Church hosts, often as guest preachers, speakers of national repute, including Lloyd J. Ogilvie, former chaplain of the United States Senate; Robert H. Schuller of the Crystal Cathedral; Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham's assistant; Raymond Lindquist, former pastor of the Hollywood Presbyterian Church; Charles Colson, founder of the Prison Ministry Fellowship; Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity; Harry Stout, Yale historian; Philip Yancey, renowned Christian author; and Lyle Schaller, a foremost church consultant.


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