Sixth child! Kevin, I'll put you at the top of my prayer list! (tee-hee) Seriously, congratulations brother. If Deana and I could have, we would have had a house full. She had to have a hystorectomy (forgive me if I didn't spell that right) after our second. We may adopt later. Anyway, brother I will be praying for you. Have you ever pastored before? The best advice I can give was given to me by the DOM of the first association I served in. I asked him what I could do besides visitation to get people to come. He said, "whatever you do, take it slow, people are slow to change." Whoa, boy was he right about that. In Christ, R. Dean Pesnell, 205-821-4989, rdeanpesnell@... Pastor, Katherwood Baptist Church Officer/Chaplain, Birmingham Police Dept. II Cor 5:17 ----- Original Message ----- From: "Kevin Sigafoos" <ksigafoos@...> To: <pastorsforum@...> Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 7:33 AM Subject: [PastorsForum] Prayer requests Gentlemen, I'd ask for your prayers for two pressing concerns of mine. First, my wife is scheduled to deliver our sixth child this Friday. Please pray that the surgery goes well and that the child is delivered safe and healthy. Also, please pray that God will call this child into a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ at a young age and that He will use him or her mightily in His Kingdom. Secondly, I've decided to candidate for the position of "weekend pastor" at one of three churches in Southern Indiana. The churches each have about 50 members and are about 90-110 miles from the seminary and our home. I really desire to be more active in ministry and preaching, but, if I am accepted, I will still be going to seminary and working two jobs. Please pray that God will give me wisdom and a certain knowledge of His calling. I sincerely thank you for your prayers and any wisdom you may offer. -- Grace and peace, Kevin Sigafoos --------------------- For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen. (Rom 11:36) -- To unsubscribe, send ANY message to: pastorsforum-unsubscribe@... "In essential things, unity; in non-essential things, liberty; and in all things, charity."