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    No rules on how you Believe since Believing is what we are about

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    • rev.dennis
      This is our website to share and collaborate on whats important, believing, being good to each other.
      Why Believe?
      Why not Believe?  Many times I get asked, "Why is it so important to believe?" I wonder how you can not believe. Everyone has been in a time in there life they weren't sure how they got through it. Maybe you feel unlucky because you don't win the lottery or get the person you want but God above has a plan for you. Just open your eyes, your heart and your soul and you'll see it. Just believe and it comes easy.
      You are never alone
      It is very easy to feel alone especially when times are rough and it feels the weight of the world is pushing you down.  You have us, you have God and you have your faith which will keep you strong.
      Being open to receive his gift
      So many have a difficult time opening there heart and mind to the gift God wants to share with you.  Everyone believes differently and none of them are wrong. What’s important is believing.

    • rev.dennis
      My name is Rev.Dennis and I was born and raised Christian Catholic by my parents.  Every Sunday we went to church and sat, kneeled and stood as the Priest tried to communicate with us what he believed we needed to know.
      For a few years I was an alter boy at St.Daniels Catholic church in Clarkston, Michigan which was better than sitting, kneeling and standing in a pew.  Still at a young age I didn’t understand why we were forced to go to church every Sunday when obviously there was more fun things to do.
      I joined the Air Force while I was still in Brandon High School and was on the Delayed Enlistment Program so when I graduated I could go to basic training at Lackland Air Force Base.
      During the service I became closer to God and religion after I have had several close calls.
      I am now a non-denominational minister.  I originally became an ordained minister to marry friends and family.  As soon as I was ordained I felt this was a very big responsibility and started doing research. Read a bunch of books and I’m still the same person as I was just more aware of the significance of being labeled as a minister.
      I’m not just someone who can marry you but I can also be a friend, someone you can talk to or ask advice. When you need someone to lean or when you feel your faith is failing you, I can be there.

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