Posted by Tim Rogers on February 16, 2008
Posted in CB Scott | 31 Comments
For many of you that believe CB Scott is a rough and tumble character, I have some news for you. CB Scott has one of the roughest exteriors of anyone that I know. I also know CB Scott to be one of the most compassionate men I have ever met. Allow me to explain my point by giving you some insight into CB by revealing his dogs.
Brother CB has always owned dogs. The picture on the right is the kind of dog that Brother CB would always deal in. Brother CB looks after his dogs and as far as I know, he has at lest two of these Boxer Bulldogs. He is quite the dog owner and his dogs are very well trained. His dogs love him and respect him because they know Brother CB is their owner.
Which brings me to the soft side of our Brother. The picture on the left is his latest acquisition. It seems that 120 lb dogs are not conducive to for little girls. Brother CB is now responsible for two precious little girls. They need something to play with other than a huge Bulldog. Now, instead of CB being set as such a harsh person, he is just a little pansy boy. I believe I am going to send him a pink sweater.
Posted by Tim Rogers on November 25, 2007
Posted in Bob Cleveland • CB Scott • Dr. Malcom Yarnell | 6 Comments
We had a great day at Yadkin Baptist. We did not have anyone come forward for salvation neither did we have anyone come to the altar for prayer. The morning message was scintillating and the speaker was erudite in his presentation. The content of the message was theologically stimulating and the delivery was warm and passionate. Who was this preaching machine? Notice the picture below.
Dr Yarnell went through Romans 10 and presented the truth of God’s Word from God’s Word. What a blessing it is to have a person that is erudite but can preach to people the simple Gospel.
This afternoon I received a phone call from an old friend. Can you believe that I still have friends? Can you believe that I have friends that do not mind saying they are my friends? Well, look below and you will see my friends that came to visit me and was there for the evening service.
Brother CB gave his testimony tonight and the people truly responded to his testimony. Brother Bob led in our evening men’s prayer altar and certainly one knew that we were in the presence of God. Brother Bob left his pink hat in the car, but that was okay because I had my pink shirt to accommodate.
What a great day. I do look forward to being with these and others this week at the Building Bridges Conference at Ridgecrest. If you are there look me up and introduce yourself to me, I would love meeting you in person.