A. GOOD deeds by Jim McCotter before 1987 while in the Great Commission church

Feel free to post any comments you have about the GOOD deeds Jim did before 1987.  Try to list an approximate date it occurred.

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12 Responses to A. GOOD deeds by Jim McCotter before 1987 while in the Great Commission church

  1. dbovenmyer says:

    Jim shared the gospel with my father, Dave Bovenmyer at Iowa State University. He married my parents in 1975.

  2. Miss Current says:

    Thanks D. Bovenmyer! Good to hear!

    I wish to hear any good deed Jim has done after 1986, but have yet to hear one. I wish even more to hear of good deeds Jim will do in 2007 and beyond!!!! I am concerned though that, that will be later rather than sooner…if at all. That is what we are pulling for.

  3. dbovenmyer says:

    I’m sorry but I can’t help you much with the 1986 and beyond. I personally have seen Jim only once since then, and it was very brief and formal.

  4. penault says:

    I have to wonder by what authority McCotter married your parents, Daniel? Did he have the legal right to do so?

  5. Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D. says:

    Legal Right?

    As long as you are ordained by a church body/organization, etc. and you fill the proper papers with a witness that a wedding ceremony ocurred… that along with the marriage license, typically legitimizes as legal the marriage.

  6. Dan Bovenmyer says:

    LOL! ….Hi Sam!

  7. The Clone says:

    In Minnesota IF a marriage is done in “good faith by the party” even if the pastor is a fraud, (i.e. McCotter) the marriage is legal and binding.

    -The Clone

  8. Former ISU Bible Study member says:

    I forgot to mention that I first started in ISU Bible Study in 1974 and was there about 10 years.

  9. Dan B. says:

    “I wish to hear any good deed Jim has done after 1986, but have yet to hear one. I wish even more to hear of good deeds Jim will do in 2007 and beyond!!!! I am concerned though that, that will be later rather than sooner…if at all. That is what we are pulling for.”

    Why do you care? Why don’t you move on? “Love does not keep a record a wrongs.”

    Jim was one of the major positive spiritual influences in my life when I came to know the Lord in 1975 and for about seven years after that. I’m still guided by many things he taught. He was in no way a “fraud.” Yes, he made mistakes. I’m glad people haven’t put up websites as a constant reminder of my mistakes, i.e. “accusing the brethren day and night.”

  10. Ray says:

    Jim McCotter was a positive influence in my life at the University of Maryland during the 1980’s. I’m sure he has made mistakes as I have too. Let’s move on… nothing to see here.

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  12. Michael says:

    Jim hired me in Melbourne fl 10 years ago and I was thankful. Unfortunately, he laid and most of the staff off 3 weeks later.

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