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Former drummer for Gary Lewis and The Playboys and The Coasters. Tim has also played with Paul Baloche, Lincoln Brewster, Darlene Zscech and Hillsongs, Jeff Fenholt, SteveCamp among others. Tim founded The Simply Agape Project in 2001 to get free Christian music to the troops. Recordings have been made with Tim, and friends Alex Acuna, Abe Laboriel SR, Justo Almario,Steve Camp , Jared Ming and some wonderful Independant Christian artists.The Somebody Brave CD also features words of encouragment to the soldiers from Pastors, Moms, Dads, and Lt Col Brian Birdwell a Pentegon 9/11 survivor Tim is married to Donna Wirth and has four children Alan 25,Steven 23, Brittany 22, Bethany 21. Tim has played in numerous churchs as well as shows on TBN. Tim has also performed on JCTV on the show Generation Worship featuring worship leader Jared Ming. Tim has a book published worldwide titled "Pass The Plate And Let Us Prey" (My Search For Black and White Christianity in a Gray Nation)

Saturday, November 12, 2005

The f bomb dropped in church-more junk Emerging from the church


You've got to read this to believe it.
Sorry to say I can see many youth pastors going "Right On This Rocks!
I hope Im wrong.
http://blog.christianitytoday.com/outofur/archives/2005/11/expletive_undel_1.html

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is an amazing story! Thank you for the link, Tim. The comments afterwards as people struggled with this issue was MOST enlightening. Rarely was the Bible used as the standard, but rather "feelings", "what would be good for the person", "experience", and "status-quo". Even a simple "Would Would Jesus Do" might have been a good place to start!

Rachel Asher

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"But shun profane [and] vain babblings; for they will increase unto more ungodliness" 2 Ti 2:16.

There shouldn't even be any question of whether or not to allow it.

Rocky Muse

12:53 PM  

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