If Gene McPeak ever gets stuck trying to come up with a sermon topic, all he has to do is look in the mirror.

By his own admission, he made a few mistakes along the way. And if he’s in that kind of mood, one or two of those mistakes might make a good sermon. But more than likely, McPeak will preach on something more uplifting than human mistakes.


Gene McPeak

It’s his good nature, sense of humor, and understanding of people that makes him a good minister, not the ability to dwell on mistakes. And those are the qualities that members notice at his new church, Elmwood West United Methodist.


Read complete story by Loretta Fulton in the Reporter-News

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