Rev. Dr. Robert L. McKim, Sr.

To the Editor: I am sick and tired of how many Christians in the Carroll County, Ohio, area have been treating me because they don't know me or understand who I am or what I do. Full Story
County Man

Norwalk, OH

#1 Nov 9, 2011
What in the world was that all about. I have never heard of this man before. I am a Christian. This letter hear sounds if it was written out of anger, never prayed about, nrver thought over, just pure anger.
County Girl

United States

#2 Nov 9, 2011
Yes indeed, very self serving.

“"You're Ok to me"”

Since: Jan 08

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#3 Nov 9, 2011
*Makes mental note to not attend the angry pastors church.

As Christians we do help those less fortunate, but please understand, Pastor...the Lord helps those who help themselves. Spreading love instead of hate and anger might get you the funds you so desire.

Christian or not, Mortal men sometimes get angry...But Im just not feeling that Christian love, here.
Sharon

Akron, OH

#4 Nov 9, 2011
County Man wrote:
What in the world was that all about. I have never heard of this man before. I am a Christian. This letter hear sounds if it was written out of anger, never prayed about, nrver thought over, just pure anger.
Sounds like the good Rev. is one of the "flock" that he is bashing. How Jesus-like of him.
Christian Man

Norwalk, OH

#5 Nov 10, 2011
I must agree with "County Man" I read this twice and I am wondering myself, "What was that all about?" I myself never heard of this man, who is he, where is his church, what is he speaking of. His letter leads us to many questions with no information. I also agree this letter sounds if it was composed from anger and had never been prayed on before it was written.

“"You're Ok to me"”

Since: Jan 08

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#6 Nov 10, 2011
I saw a similar posting several months ago from this person. Complaining about people complaining about him. Last time he wasnt clear about what he wanted, either. But I must say, if his family and his church are complaining about him...well, its time the good Rev. look at himself in a mirror.

Rev. you are correct, we dont know you and we dont understand you. Please elaborate.
Morning Glory

Dover, OH

#7 Nov 13, 2011
Please tell us, sir, where you received your doctorate and your ministerial degree. "Rev. Dr." suggests quite an education, or is this self-proclaimed?
Darren Gartrell

Cleveland, OH

#8 Nov 23, 2011
To Rev. McKim,
Sometimes, it is just better to let people pass their judgement and recognize that is where they fall short of the glory. Carroll County is where I grew up and I believe that people there are true and can take great measures to helping people in the community. When I go home the people welcome me with open arms. I believe that if you are truely in need someone will recognize it and lend a helping hand. You as a pastor should know that prayer and faith is the best way to find things when in need. Telling Christians that you are "sick and tired" of them is not the answer. If that is my judgement upon you then I apologize, I am just trying to make a point. Many prayers that you are relieved of this cross on your back. And many prayers to my hometown.

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