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Memphis Cowboy

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Just Became a Minister
« on: September 10, 2017, 09:05:22 AM »
I just became a minister. I can not wait to hold Talks about just being Spiritual and taking up a love offering of course. I will start looking for minister Clothing.

Any tips from anyone?

Thanks
Memphis Cowboy

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Re: Just Became a Minister
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2017, 11:24:33 PM »
I just became a minister. I can not wait to hold Talks about just being Spiritual and taking up a love offering of course. I will start looking for minister Clothing.

Any tips from anyone?

Thanks
Memphis Cowboy

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Tips? Is this...what day is this?
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Re: Just Became a Minister
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2017, 07:30:39 AM »
I believe if there was an official sort of garb it would be  Robe and Gel sandals.
But there are no rules of course.

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Re: Just Became a Minister
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2017, 08:19:45 AM »
The official minister garb is whatever you're comfortable in.  I officiated a wedding recently and wore Thai fisherman pants, and a white mandarin yoga shirt with collar and a mala made of lotus seeds, and of course I was barefoot all while standing on my favorite rug. And yes, the rug DID indeed tie the whole ceremony together.  While this is not Nam and there are rules, the main rule is to not be all uptight about shit like what you're gonna wear.  If sweat pants and a t-shirt and a bathrobe are your style, then wear that man.  If you wanna wear shorts and no shirt at all, go for it. The Dudely attitude is what's most important.  But hey, that's just like, ya know, my opinion man.  Anyway, welcome to our nice little beach community.  Abide my friend, abide.
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Re: Just Became a Minister
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2017, 06:23:29 PM »
Hey Memphis Cowboy! Grats on your ordination, and good luck in your ministry! (You beat me in by about 3 weeks.) Are there at least two of us here in Memphis, or did you just like the spectacular dudeosity of including "Memphis" in your handle?

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Re: Just Became a Minister
« Reply #5 on: October 07, 2017, 08:40:45 PM »
The official minister garb is whatever you're comfortable in.  I officiated a wedding recently and wore Thai fisherman pants, and a white mandarin yoga shirt with collar and a mala made of lotus seeds, and of course I was barefoot all while standing on my favorite rug. And yes, the rug DID indeed tie the whole ceremony together.  While this is not Nam and there are rules, the main rule is to not be all uptight about shit like what you're gonna wear.  If sweat pants and a t-shirt and a bathrobe are your style, then wear that man.  If you wanna wear shorts and no shirt at all, go for it. The Dudely attitude is what's most important.  But hey, that's just like, ya know, my opinion man.  Anyway, welcome to our nice little beach community.  Abide my friend, abide.

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