To whom it may concern: I am a fairly young pastor of 29 seeking to move east of the Rockies from my present church in California. I am originally from Texas and wife is from Arkansas and we are looking to find a place somewhat closer to our families (less than 1500 miles). Below are some peculiar doctrines I hold to. I want to establish these up front so everyone knows what to expect: The King James Version is the only version I will preach or teach from. I do not believe the King James to be inspired, but I do feel it is by far the superior English transalation, Unleavened bread and real (fermented) wine are to be used at the Lord's Supper. The participants to the feast must be members of the church taking the Lord's Supper. (closed communion) No boring praise and worship music. :sleep: Bluegrass, southern gospel and hymns are great. I am not divorced and remarried and will not fill the pulpit with those who are. I am an Arminian who believes in eternal security. I further believe that Calvinism is an abominable doctrine. :BangHead: Feel free to contact me if you know of any openings in churches that hold to these doctrines. I could care less about which fellowship they are in, although the church we are currently in is in the ABA. Further, I am open to moving to any state east of the Rockies from Maine to Texas, and from North Dakota to Florida.:wavey: Thanks!