Richard Swift

Biography

Born in Burbank, Ca.
Raised in Montreal, Quebec
Graduated from John Abbott College in 1989
Joined the United States Marine Corps in 1989
Stationed in Yuma, Az. in 1991
Married in 1996
Currently I Reside in San Angelo, TX. with my beautiful wife, Melina and my two Children, Shania (16) and Jeremy (14).
I write as a hobby and as a Carreer I am a Pastor @ The Door Christian Fellowship Church, San Angelo, TX.

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Books

Why am I Fat?
By Richard Swift
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 4,460. Language: English. Published: June 16, 2013. Category: Essay
Why am I Fat is an insightful look in to why more and more people are finding themselves overweight. It is not a "criticism" but rather a help guide in to getting free from the power of food over our lives, our lack of self control and our inability to be able to say "No". You will find in reading this book that often, there are larger issues and mindsets that also need to be addressed/dealt with.
They Mystery...or not of the Church that Grows
By Richard Swift
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,840. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2012. Category: Essay
Many Christian Pastors and Laymen act or pretend, as if Church Growth is some kind of mystical thing that we really can't grasp, something like the wind. Why one church grows and another is a mystery. Is it really a mystery? Surely there is a "supernatural" element to Church Growth, but is that all it is? After spending over 20 years in the church, here's what I've seen and learned.
The Reality of God
By Richard Swift
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,170. Language: English. Published: November 26, 2012. Category: Essay
Ever feel like God is not a reality in your life,at least not today,this week,this month or this year. Is that a big deal? How will this effect my Faith & my walk with God? How will it effect my life and how I respond to in key moments? The Reality of God is a look at some of the common dilemna's of the Christian Faith & how we can lose our Faith all toghether,in the long term, if not careful.

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anorexia    apologetics    bulimic    christian    church    faith    fat    fire    gluttony    god    growth    losing weight    obese    over weight    pastoring    pioneering    revival    self hatred    self loathing    self love    weight