“Memories of Paul L. Walker, large cities are apples and small towns are oranges, and the best enchilada I’ve ever eaten.”

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Lesson: “Memories of Paul L. Walker, large cities are apples and small towns are oranges, and the best enchilada I’ve ever eaten.”

Occasion: Saturday Briefing to the ministers of the NCR.

Date: February 27, 2021

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  1. Memories of Paul L. Walker – We all need mentors to show us how to do life and ministry.  Be very intentional about who you choose but choose someone(s) and choose someone who demonstrates best practices.

Philippians 4:9 (NKJV) The things which you learned and received and heard and saw in me, these do, and the God of peace will be with you.

Here is a link to a blog I wrote back in 2014 about a meeting I had with Dr. Walker when he was General Overseer: https://pastorkemp.com/2014/02/01/my-meeting-with-the-top-guy/

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  1. Large cities are apples and small towns are oranges – Learn from others but do make them the standard for your success. 
  1. The best enchilada I’ve ever eaten – the best days and the worse days of your life should be bookmarked and never forgotten.  They are the landmarks that give your life definition and direction.
  1. Extra credit: To book mark something, there needs to be a book.  Application: Be a faithful journaler. 

2 thoughts on ““Memories of Paul L. Walker, large cities are apples and small towns are oranges, and the best enchilada I’ve ever eaten.”

  1. Just listened to your post! Thank you so much!

    Hope you had a great visit with your daughter and it sounds like you had a productive yet restorative time in Tampa!

    Love and blessings. Safe flight home tomorrow.

    Claudia

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. You had mentioned in an article a couple of years back of having a large collection of audio tapes with sermons preached by our beloved Dr. Paul Walker. If you still have them I think now would be a fantastic time to team up I will pay shipping from you to me and back to you and I have the equipment to convert the audio to MP3 and we could set up a website to stream the audio on all these sermons and multiple generations to come could be blessed by the words on those tapes, please email me and let’s discuss the possibilities.

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