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Old 03-15-2009, 11:20 AM
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I plan on attending his church next month for a sunday service...How hard is it to actually get to meet him...Hoping he maybe can sign my bible and a book of his...

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Old 03-15-2009, 12:44 PM
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I would think it's not hard to meet him. I have not spent a lot of time with brother Ruckman, but he has always been very kind to me. He signed my Bible many years ago and he also gave me one of his giant chalk renderings when he came to our church. The last time I saw him was at another church a few years ago, he preached two great sermons and we had dinner on the grounds. Maybe there are some of his members here who can advise you about his church services, not sure.

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Old 03-15-2009, 02:24 PM
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I plan on attending his church next month for a sunday service...How hard is it to actually get to meet him...Hoping he maybe can sign my bible and a book of his...

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Reminds me of the time when I was a young Christian and I met "Brother Jack Hyles" and he signed my "Criswell Study Bible." For those who do not know, W.A. Criswell was pastor of the SBC, First Baptist in Dallas. He gave me a certain look...as if I was mocking him.
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Old 03-15-2009, 04:54 PM
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My pastor met him for the first time just a few weeks ago at the Baptist Blowout, he was very friendly and accomodating, the photos to prove it have been pinned up on our church noticeboard. The ole' "junk yard dog" is actually quite photogenic!
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Old 03-15-2009, 05:36 PM
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No kidding, your pastor travelled from New Zealand for the Baptist Blowout?
That's pretty cool. Kiwi, if you ever get state side for the Blowout let me know and I'll go with you, we could get a bunch of guys from the forum and all go together that would be too funny.
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No kidding, your pastor travelled from New Zealand for the Baptist Blowout?
That's pretty cool. Kiwi, if you ever get state side for the Blowout let me know and I'll go with you, we could get a bunch of guys from the forum and all go together that would be too funny.
Yes, he escorted Bro. Denis Lloyd who is also from Auckland, NZ. Bro. Denis is editor of "The Stand" KJV magazine (don't know if you know it?) and was one of the 4 speakers at the blowout, so they both got the royal treatment every day. They had a wonderful blessed time there, but the plane flights took their toll on them, 36 hours there & 32 hours return!
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Old 03-15-2009, 06:23 PM
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That's a long flight.
The closest I ever got to you was in the Palau Islands on a scuba diving trip.
Very nice place about 600 miles from the Phillipines...

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My avatar is the pic I took with him and he also signed my Bible. I met him at John Vespie's church in Lancing, Tennessee. He was very nice. I hope it's a blessing attending his church and meeting him.

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Old 03-16-2009, 02:57 PM
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My pastor met him for the first time just a few weeks ago at the Baptist Blowout, he was very friendly and accomodating, the photos to prove it have been pinned up on our church noticeboard. The ole' "junk yard dog" is actually quite photogenic!
Wow Kiwi Christian,you have a pastor in NZ that is not hostile to the King James Bible....and he dosen't go septic at the name Ruckman!...one is not supposed to envy,but I just turned green.

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Old 03-16-2009, 03:36 PM
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My Pastor is KJBonly, but is not really ruckman friendly. Good man, but I don't speak about right division much. (I am Kiwi too)
 

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