Time to apply to ClearNote Pastors College...
(Tim) Last Lord's Day, our sermon was preached by a second year student at ClearNote Pastors College. He's half Arab, has never known his Dad, and never been to college. He came to Church of the Good Shepherd a couple years ago with a ring through his eyebrow, a spike through his tongue, bleached hair, and the hunger for God's Word typical of those who are brand spanking new Christians fresh from paganism and pool halls.
He doesn't have BibleWorks, Logos, or Gramcord on his computer, but he's read Calvin's Institutes and has thought carefully about the challenges Jonathan Edwards faced in Northampton and Stockbridge. He's dirt poor, but by faith he and his wonderful wife have already been blessed by God with two children.
Why do I write this? Listen to the sermon and you'll know...
This was David Abu-Sara's first sermon.
David's typical of the men enrolled in ClearNote Pastors College. Forget the seminaries that are in bondage to the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools. Come to Bloomington, instead, and be blessed by fellowship with David and Jake and Lane and Joseph and Jody and Phil and David and Michael and Steve and Lucas and their godly wives; the mentoring of the men of Church of the Good Shepherd; and the careful leadership and instruction of Principal Stephen Baker and Elder David Canfield.
We still have two vacancies for entry this next Fall, but you need to apply right away. And please keep in mind that applying doesn't guarantee acceptance.