Hi, my wife and I are interested in walking with other Christians who love Jesus above all else and abide in His Word and have an understanding of what he meant by “the Kingdom of God has come.” I am a seminary student at Asbury Theological Seminary. I lean toward the Anglican vain, but I am not into denominational mandates and control. We are down-to-earth, nothing wild, I enjoy a glass of wine and cigar now and then, but not very often. I’m a runner and we are healthily and are seeking to start a community farm in which we all buy up plots next to each other and share in community gardens, animals, business, etc. We have been praying and seeking this out for many years. Socially, we are pretty conservative and don’t buy into the modern ways and political garbage. We are neither Republican or Democrat (both are corrupt parties). We are eager for money or power or control. Just the opposite we believe in a strong leadership team that agrees 100% of the time or we don’t do it.
If you would like to know more or have a discussion, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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