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David Smith

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David Michael H Smith

  • Son of Ken Smith,
  • Syro-Chaldean deacon, Episcopal preist, Orthodox bishop .... now rejecting all.
  • College professor of Computer Technology, Education and Theology
  • Degrees: BA, MED, MS, DD, ThD, GCHP
  • Maker of instruments - harps
  • School of the Prophets
  • Licensed Minister (Elder) of the FCP (1982)... Oh well.... once a good idea. 

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Reply David Smith
5:06 PM on February 8, 2017 
Any body alive out there? My current mission: Very few understand the nature of of revival we experienced in the Pilgrims. Soon.... it will come to us as another rain - perhaps the latter rain before the return of YShua our Messiah.
Reply Sharyn Olson
2:16 PM on May 28, 2016 
Hi David! I am happy to see your post. What a wonderful vision and ministry God has given you. I am thankful you have found your place in the body of Christ and proud of your accomplishments. As for me, I am a Preschool Sunday School teacher. I consider it to be the most important job/ministry (other than raising my own four children) After all these years of being in non-denomination churches I joined an Anglican Church here in Charlotte. I would never have chosen to attend a liturgical of my own inclination. It was truly God that led me there one Sunday Morning when I just stopped in the parking lot to find out what kind of church it was. That was almost 3 years ago. We meet at a YMCA and instead of a building fund we plant another church when we grow in numbers. It is the best of the Reformation, (ancient-modern) doctrine and Holy Spirit filled. VIA MEDIUM - "In essentials unity, in doubtful matters liberty, in all things charity." Rupertus Meldenlus. We were planted by the Anglican Church in Rwanda and are a part of the ACNA. I look forward to more of your posts. Blessings to you with aloha.
Reply George Reed
3:20 PM on April 22, 2016 
Hi David,
Let's see it's been about 41 years since I've seen you. Looks like you matured a bit since then... nice beard. I went back to Hilo for my 50th Hilo High school reunion and stopped by Ken's place. It has grown some. I remember trimming that big mango tree way back. And, one piece fell causing a dent in the roof. The Pilgrims always brings back good memories. I remember your sister and step mom sewing away on a little sewing machine. I think it was a Kenmore. I bought one just like it and still have and use it. George
Reply Brent Strine
4:40 PM on February 21, 2016 
You are lookin' good - wish I still had my hair! :) Your harps look great as well. I just saw a pic of us in England - what a few lifetimes ago?
Hoping you are well. I have 4 grand kids now! Still live in Chico Ca.
Thankful I have such a Godly faithful woman in Cynthia and loving where I live. I just retired from Chico State University But will be looking for part-time work. I am also planning to build a wood shop and still play the guitar and sing (if you can call it that.
I am really not interested in "ministry" as I am doing all I can just being myself and effecting anyone I come in contact with whatever light of Christ I possess.
Your friend in Christ's Truth,