Hello and welcome to my blog.  My name is Bob Crowder and I have served as the pastor of First Baptist Avinger and Keys Valley Baptist Church in Belton, Texas. My wife and I live in Harker Heights, Texas, just up the road is city of Killeen which hosts Fort Hood Army base.

This blog contains what I call “Journey Notes” that concern the Christian Life.  I have been a serious Bible student and teacher for over 35 years. I have sat under the teaching of some of the best Bible teachers of today, but mostly this blog will be insights that I have gained during these years of ministry.

  • Education: Master of Ministry, working on a Doctor of Theology from Andersonville Theological Seminary, Camilla, Georgia
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say…: “Sirs, we would see Jesus.”
  • What I want on my tombstone: Well done, thou good and faithful servant.



14 thoughts on “About”

  1. Please, can you PM me and tell me few more thinks about this, I am really fan of your blog…gets solved properly asap.


  2. Every time I come to pastorbobcrowder.wordpress.com you have another interesting article up to read. A friend of mine was telling me about this topic several weeks ago. I think I’ll e-mail them the link here and see what they say.


  3. Rodney Williams said:

    Thank you Bob! I agree with you! Praise the Lord for His precious word! When we think of the age of the earth there are several questions that come to mind. How old was Adam when God created him? How old was the earth when it was created by God? Adam wasn’t created as as infant, but an adult. Was he 21 or 30 or some other age? I have no proof but if I had to give an age I would say 30. I couldn’t argue for any age, but Jesus began his earthly ministry at about 30. God could create the earth to be any age because He is God and in His sovereignty can do what He pleases.

    I am looking forward to see you at the OMC in Enon Association in October.


  4. This Looks like awesome forum or is this a blog? Sorry I am a newbie.
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  5. Hello! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be okay. I’m absolutely enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates.


  6. Really insightful info,thanks!


  7. I’m still learning from you, but I’m improving myself. I absolutely enjoy reading all that is written on your blog.Keep the tips coming. I enjoyed it!


  8. Good day, Pastor Bob.

    I found your recent post on the resurrection very informative and helpful. Thanks for sharing and hope you keep blogging. I hope you won’t mind if I take a look around your blog.

    May our beloved Lord continue to give you wisdom for this new ministry.


    PS – I’m new to blogging, too.


    • Mary, Sorry this has taken so long for me to reply. As a pastor I have had a lot on my plate in this last year. Thank you for the encouraging words. I subscribed to your blog.


      • No worries there Pastor, I understand. I do hope and pray all is now well with you and your family. I’ll be dropping by your blog this week, Sir, catching up on my blog-reading. And thank you very much for subscribing to my blog. It’s an honor. Have a blessed weekend and week ahead 🙂


  9. Chris Hatfield said:

    Hi Bob,
    It’s been a long time since we sold computers at the Hard Warehouse. I’m so glad to see that you have been blessed with a ministry and that you are doing well. God bless.



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