Stephen Roberts said... Great talk- explanation.
Kimberly Loveless Whaley said... We love you, and stand with you in agreement for the future...whatever it holds.....
Shara McCullers Greer said... Love it, love you. Yesterday was one of the most profound sermons of my life. I def see why you love her. I have a whole new passion for showing people about the true LOVE of God, cause that's who I AM.
Felicia Hoffman said... Our grandson just watched with me (because he recognizes you from Christina and the girls) and as you closed he reached for pretend glasses and said, 'Cause HIS future's so bright he's gonna wear those shades.'So there you go, sir.
Reginald Sawyer said... Look Bishop, you are never going to give a warm & fuzzy feeling to everyone, so stop trying. Share what you need to when it's time for it to be shared. As for those Minsters especially the one that ended his minstery on Sunday, he will be fine because he is also a good teacher and his gift will make room for him. As for me I pray that this will be all that God is showing you. It sure is good so far. You have given us all so many great years and you have to know that's why it is so hard for most to go from monument to movement. I like the end of the vid it made me laugh. Much Love...
Thanks, Reg...I think Judah is cutting that little ending off right now, where I couldn't find the "off" button, which is why it's on private setting for the moment...but thanks for your words...I love you guys so much!
That's so cool, Felicia...he's such a cool little kid...thanks for telling me that!
Wow, I'm so glad you got to hear her, Shara! I don't know if the vid of the service really captures what happened in there yesterday, but it was something special for sure...don't remember anything quite like it...love your comment
Thanks, Kimberly! And I got your inbox message, and you totally got it...that's what I'm talkin' about!
Yvonne Fuller said... The video captured rhe message and the HEART of the messenger(s) yesterday. One has to take the depth in small bites because it was a feast and will take a moment to digest as it certainly challenged our "conventional and cultural" sensibilities to coin Bishop Flunder's words. Having this woman of God in our house ignited those of us who have ears to hear. A MOVEMENT is officially launched to call us to actions. I suspect many of us need to come out of the "proverbial" closet and I am sure she was not talking about our sexuality. Looking forward to your one on one later on today. I LOVE IT..it's so Now
Randolph G. Lawrence said... Another great Bishop Swilley video wow they get better and better keep going!
James Thomas Pearman said... I pray that ALL things work together for the good for you and your followers! Love you Jim (sorry, didn't mean to call you Bishop)
RamonaForever Quimby said... Beautifully and honestly stated. The only word i have is Hallelujah! You have always been ahead of the curve and you always will be. Your voice is important. It will continue to be heard. I'm overjoyed that you have been brave enough to follow your heart over and over and over again. I love you. And I LOVE the name METRON. Right on and Peace OUT!
Laura Wellons said...<3
Jean de Sousa said... Appreciate your words and please know that you are loved! We are all in a state of shock, so to speak. We also are processing a lot. Please be patient with us as time goes by. God will take care of us and it will all be good. You mean so much to us and have changed our lives. Love you and Ken! Be blessed....
Barbara Clancy said... I hear your heart and it is beautiful. I am so excited about Sunday's service.
Love you, Jean <3
Love you, Barbara <3
Amy Hamrick said... YAY Bishop!!! Excited about the move and change!! I will have a challenge not calling you Bishop though, but I will work on it!!
Jessica Higginbotham said... This takes courage
Tim Brooks said... Great post! As far as the deal with the miss-communication I'd say we all have had issues with that from time to time...and not everyone apologizes for it afterwards especially in the public eye. I've always admired the transparency you show with yourself and your ministry. It takes courage to be humble sometimes and it definitely takes courage to step out of what is still "working" and still blessing people's lives to do what you believe God is calling you into. Looking forward to seeing where God leads you!
Yvonne Fuller said... Bishop I know you by the spirit and your integrity is discerned. You have given us a smorgasbord of every variety of food particularly meat and now it's time to put our adult clothes on and walk in our own calling. Continued Peace, Blessings and Joy