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No Box Thinking with Jonathan Kegler

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No Box Thinking will host its first Pastor on the show and looks forward to a true Transformation for not only the show but for the listeners as well.  Pastor M.E. Lyons has felt the calling of God on his life from his youth and was called into the Gospel Ministry in 1980 at the age of 4 years old.  While he had indeed been called of God to preach the Word he also was entrusted with the natural gifting of playing music, but soon after realizing there was a call to move to utilizing the gift that had been deposited in other ministries he then began to accept the position of Minister of Music at Churches where his gifting was needed. When God was ready to train Pastor M.E. Lyons even the more, he directed him to the Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas under the leadership of Dr. S.C. Nash, Sr. who helped direct and mentored him as a son to better understand the office of Pastor. In March 2003 he began to Pastor his first full-time Church and after serving until 2006, God was ready for  elevation and was later called to the Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church in Lufkin, Texas where he now serves as Senior Pastor and has been a part of a major move of God in adding to the Church daily, Pastor M.E. Lyons has over twenty five Pastoring/Preaching sons in the Ministry!  Has authored five books, entitled: “Fresh Air” Volume One, and The Mind; The Pulpit of GOD, The testimony of the sheep…according to Psalms 23, and a weekly devotional guide: Fifty-two weeks of Grace, and Sermons and Illustrations by M.E.  In 2011 he received the necessary Invitation from Dr. Joel Gregory to attend Oxford University in London, England and received certification in Homiletics, Hermeneutics and obtained necessary requirements to become a distinguished gentleman of Oxford; while there he Preached at the Cote Church in the U.K.    

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