The Eastern District Superintendent Eddie Cole interviews Evangelical Free Church of America President Kevin Kompelien. This took place about 4 months ago but I wanted to get this published for people in the EFCA to watch.
“Destiny is not a matter of chance, but of choice. Not something to wish for, but to attain.”
William Jennings Bryan
Where there is no revelation, people cast off restraint; but blessed is the one who heeds wisdom’s instruction.
Proverbs 29:18 NIV
The other day I watched this video of Eastern District Superintendent Eddie Cole interview Evangelical Free Church of America President Kevin Kompelien. I have already done a biography of Eddie Cole and researched him which you can read in “Analysis of the Eastern District of the Evangelical Free Church of America.” I have also written a little about Kevin Kompelien. Recently I composed an open letter to the EFCA President regarding how his predecessor treated Matt Boedy’s as he appealed to him for help regarding Riverside Community Church in Columbia, South Carolina. You can read that open letter right here. In the interview the EFCA President speaks about what it means to be one, as apart of the EFCA. No doubt that will be emphasized in the EFCA One Conference in Austin Oaks Church in Austin, Texas in June of 2017. I plan on reviewing and writing about these conferences as they happen from time to time. Plus there is much about Kevin Kompelien that I would like to write about, analyze and contemplate as I continue to look at this denomination. So this will help me wade into the water further.
By the way its my understanding that Eddie Cole ran the Baltimore marathon on October 15, 2016. This blog wants to congratulate Eddie on that accomplishment. I would encourage Eddie to one day look into the Marine Corps Marathon here in Washington, D.C. The lottery for the Marine Corps Marathon starts March 22, 2017. In the past friends, and colleagues in the D.C. area have gotten into it by registering when the lottery opens. I have to state that I am not a runner. My frame is 6’3″ 290 and I was built to play football which is what I did. But man when we had long distance running in football that was tough for a lineman. Okay I am dragging on the point of this quick post is to get that video up and out for the EFCA to watch. As this blog is going to be a resource on the EFCA that is one of my goals for doing this. Take care guys and know that I love you.