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heartcoreMethodist.org was organized by Ted A. Campbell.

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2 responses to “About

  1. evalve

    April 5, 2008 at 8:36 am

    1971. Windsor Village. Just blocks from my high school years home. Dad moved us to Houston in 1965 into a one bedroom fourplex apartment on Brazos Street. We were sixteen blocks from downtown Foley’s and The Humble Building, then the tallest structure in the state. Sundays after night church saw us walking as a family to downtown, esp. around Christmas to see the Foley’s window displays. My move to Houston meant I had to attend Sydney Lanier Junior High, home of the fierce Purple Pups. My seventh grade teacher was Miss Smith, who was in her last year of teaching. She was most proud that in her first year of teaching there at Lanier, a young 7th grader by the name of Walter Cronkite was her pupil. Who would have thunk? but in 1968 Dad and Mom took a big leap of faith and moved us to Pamela Heights and to James Madison High School. All of this a result of a deep, deep faith in Christ Jesus and how He had provided for us even in Kingsville and now even in Houston. By the way, the pastor’s son, of then Windsor Village and I were classmates. He knew the writing was on the wall and spoke of how he knew his dad would be moving because the church sure wasn’t.

    Yes, indeed, we find encouragemenet wnen we let God move us. Oh, the joys of the itinerant system.

     
  2. Alvin Jennings

    November 30, 2012 at 11:20 am

    Ted, Mr. Heartcore:
    I am very interested in your story about the church of Christ. How can I print it for my file here at home?

     

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