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Here is some information about me: My name is Bruce K. Oyen. I was born in Appleton, MN, in 1953. I turned 61 in August, 2014. I became a Christian in my junior year of high school. My wife accepted Christ as her Savior when she was in grade school. My wife and I got married in June, 1974. We both graduated in 1974 from Bethany College Of Missions, located in Bloomington, MN. I have 2 degrees from Patriot Bible University, a Bible-believing correspondence school located in Del Norte, CO. I am now (summer, 2014) in my fourth pastorate of an independent, Bible-believing Baptist church. Due to the size of our congregation, I must be bi-vocational. I drive school buses and charter buses. I hold to historic Baptist and historic conservative/fundamental views of Bible translations. My view of Bible translations is the same as the one held by the translators of the King James Version. Therefore, I am not King James Version-only. Their view is found in the front of the 1611 edition. If you do not have that edition, and want to read their view of the Bible and translations, click on the following link: http://www.tbsbibles.org/articles/av/the-translators-to-the-reader. I am in doctrinal agreement with IFCA International (Independent Fundamental Churches Of America  International). I want to win others to faith in Jesus Christ. Therefore, if you want to learn how to make sure you will spend eternity in heaven, click on the following link to a good message about the subject: www.godssimpleplan.org/gsps-english.html. Favorable quotes from authors does not imply agreement with them on every subject.
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