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Pastor

My name is Theron Watson. I was born and raised in Idaho, but since 1996 I have lived in Louisiana.

I serve in a local church as Pastor.

I also serve with the Louisiana Army National Guard as Chaplain.

I did not grow up going to church. In fact, my family and I seldom went to church at all. I did not come to know the Lord until I was almost twenty-one. My conversion was sudden and dramatic. God called me out of my darkness into His glorious light. My life verses are from Psalm 40.

My philosophy is simple;

I want people to know God. We learn about Him as we read and study His Word. The more we learn the more we realize just what He did for us through Jesus, His Son. The more we know what God did for us through Jesus, the more we love Him. So, simply put, “To know Him is to love Him, know Him well.”

I am on a spiritual journey. It is a journey to the Father, guided by the Spirit in the fellowship of the Son.

I invite you to come along with me as we grow closer to the Lord together.

If you would like to contact me please feel free to do so anytime at my email address: t_watsup@yahoo.com

Thanks for checking out the site.

Blessings to you all.

Comments»

1. Dustin Guillory - June 6, 2010

Hey Chaplain, I like the site. Keep it up!

2. Robert Kinnune - August 13, 2010

Greetings Brother,
This is a completely great idea and I think many people who need this wonderful touch while traveling (or otherwise) will be Blessed to have this available to them. God be with you in a mighty way as you proceed with this powerful ministry.
In Christ, CH K.
Col.1:11

3. Joe Russo - September 7, 2010

Theron.
It was great to hear from you last week. It’s good to hear of what God has done and is doing. You’ve been “HEALED” to be “HELPFULL.” Your website is great! What a great use of technolgy. ” ……all things were created by HIM and for HIM.(Colossians 1:16) Look forward to reading your articles. Do all God has put in your heart. May God strengthen you as you fufill this vision. Joe

4. Randy Demary - September 10, 2010

Theron!

Great to see that you are still working to find new means of connecting with people and sharing the message of Christ. I hope that all is well in other areas of ministry as well.

Randy Demary

5. Jeremy Simoneaux - September 21, 2010

Like the site brother.

6. kindt insurance - November 25, 2010

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Alberta
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7. Davidoff Cigars - December 15, 2010

Great writing, been waiting for something like that?

-My regards
Derick

Davidoff Cigars

8. Andy - September 3, 2012

What does the Bible say about how we are to treat others who call themselves christians but continue in the homosexual ways?

theronwatson - September 4, 2012

Thanks for the question.
The Bible says, in summary, that we are not to judge others, but we are to decern well. I approach it like this; you can accept the person as your friend and even have table fellowship with them without condoning their lifestyle. We are to love the person even if we hate the sin.

Andy - September 27, 2012

If we accept them with love and table fellowship with them, are we not giving them the an impression of acceptance of their life style. Birds of a feather flock together! as mentioned by the Bible, I agree we are not to judge, but didn’t God already judge sinners and called sin what it is? 1 John teaches that if a person continues in his sin, than he is not of God. We must be careful not to replace discernment with love. I can love a person and still not invite them in my home to expose his sin to my wife and children.


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