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My Lord was not held on the cross with nails, but rather with cords of love.
He came as a man to face pain and betrayel. He came from his Father love.
I take that love with string in hand, not for mine but
for His glory. Sometimes near home or in a far off land, to spread the Gospel story.
I come not with a soldiers price, with whip and chain or
rope, But as a friend of Jesus Christ, I come with strings of hope.
A child, a leper, a peasant or clerk, all seek the God
above. I share the message of grace not work, I share with strings of love.
David Titus, Oct, 2000
The mission of Interpreter - the official program magazine of
the United Methodist Church - is to help local churches foster the ministry and growth of
God's reign in their communities and around the world in order to win disciples for Jesus
Look for Interpreter Online at: www.interpretermagazine.org
"In this issue (January 2001), INTERPRETER presents 25 people
-- the 15 "best" and 10 honorable mentions -- who embody United Methodist
Witness and Mission.
In making our selections, we looked for people:
-Whose ministries took them beyond the four walls of the church building or holding
offices at local, regional or churchwide levels;
-Who use their talents and resources to further the cause of Christ;
-Who embody the Wesleyan spirit of scriptural and social holiness;
-Who are helping connect the Christian faith with human need in ways that are
-Of whom pastors, church members and friends said, "We wish we had a hundred more
String Ministries, Inc. Executive
Director, David Titus, received honorable mention in January 2001 issue of the Interpreter
||David Titus, Lawton Heights Church, Lawton, Oklahoma, is know as "the
string man". A traveling storyteller, he collects string and string toys, using them
to teach, pray with and entertain people from Alaska to Mongolia.