Son of Rev. George B. Culbreth, direct family linage of Methodist ministry dating provably to 1780 and potentially to 1764 or earlier, but ran from the church for 34 years. thus the practice of surveying. Being actively involved with the land and owner (?steward?) issues has been a wonderful teacher both in diplomacy and conflict resolution.
Husband, father, friend, disciple, missionary, teacher, thinker, encourager, rider, runner, giver.
Pastoral Counselor, United Methodist clergywoman, mother of two teens, runner,
Mother of 3, grad student, peacemaker.
Learning more everyday about how to squeeze compassion for others and myself into the world while being an integral part of it characterizes my human struggle. Loving life at the same time can be a dilemma. But, it seems that I am accomplishing this even though it is challenging. Jesus came to me and showed me who he was, after I was an athiest for nearly six years. I had been raised in the church, and loved Jesus. But circumstances began doubt, and I found no one who had a true spiritual faith to share. Through the subsequent journey, my life was changed and I struggled immensely.
former RN 3 children: 24,22,19
bothered by the insincerity, disgusted by the arrogance and self servitude, amazed by the hint of everlasting.........what's a URL, anyway?