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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

 

Interpreter Magazine
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 Christ.
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 measurable; and

-Of whom pastors, church members and friends said, "We wish we had a hundred more like her/him."

 

 

String Ministries, Inc. Executive Director, David Titus, received honorable mention in January 2001 issue of the Interpreter

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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.