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Brian McCrorie

Brian McCrorie is married to Deborah, his wife of sixteen years, and has five children: Christina, Jonathan, Ashley, Kayla, and Jason.  When he is not having a blast with his family, Brian enjoys music, politics, culinary arts, and of course, blogging!  He is the senior pastor of Heather Hills Baptist Church, an Indianapolis church that loves God and neighbor and seeks to reach her community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Patti on February 1, 2007 at 8:18 pm

    I would love to email you regarding this 3-part series on lifting hands in worship. I am currently engaged in this discussion at our church would appreciate your input.

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  2. You are welcome to, Patti. I can be reached at bmccrorie@rrm.org.

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  3. Brian – Great Blog and Great message. As a christian – its nice to see a site like this – that not only talks about God and HIS Word, but also politics – and supports such a great candidate like Huckabee. I wanted to invite you to my new social community that I created for Huckabee – I did create it to have a place where a lot of Huckabee supporters can gather and share ideas – talk about various topics and help Mike get elected. Come check it out at thehuckster.ning.com

    Thanks and God Bless
    Chris

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  4. Posted by Sarah Terzo on June 26, 2008 at 9:35 pm

    Hi. I was checking out Pro-Life blogs and came across your blog. It’s really encouraging to see all the people out there who want to help the babies. Anyway, I was wondering if I could help you out a little. I began a research project in college (about 8 years ago) where I looked up quotes from abortion providers and supporters in magazines, newspapers, books, etc. Since then, I’ve acquired a huge list. It is incredible what some of these people have admitted in print. For example, I have over a dozen quotes by abortion doctors admitting that abortion takes a life.

    Anyway, I thought some of this information might be useful for speeches, editorials, papers, etc. I want to share it with other pro-lifers.

    If you are interested, or know anyone who might be, could you let me know? I can e-mail a document to you to check out.

    I don’t have much money or time to donate to the pro-life cause these days, but I want to help out as much as I can. I hope I can be helpful to you. Let me know, ok?

    Thanks a lot, and keep fighting the good fight.

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  5. Posted by Ray Arnett on June 28, 2008 at 12:44 pm

    Brian,

    Could you send me your current e-mail?

    I have a question for you about worship and music that may not belong on your blog.

    Thanks

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  6. Posted by Judi Gillon on July 23, 2009 at 4:04 am

    Pastor,

    I am so thankful for your bibical response to your brother in law’s death. I sat there and cried. Since Greg and I have been through the sudden death of a loved one your comments are right on. I so appreciate your focus and am looking forward with great excitement to see how the Lord will lead you and are church for the glory of out wonderful Lord and Saviour. Thanks Again, Judi Gillon

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