Monday, May 17, 2010

May 17, 2010

Kopp Disclosure
(John 3:19-21)



Blessings on you!

God bless America!


Welcome to Kopp Disclosure!

"Interviewing real people on the cutting edge of
ecclesiastical/political/cultural evolution!"

Today's guest is...


That's right!

KD goes internet radio courtesy of starting 5/18/10 at 5:00 p.m.

Patterned after "Howard and Kopp with Real People" (scroll down to the 5/3 edition or google "Howard and Kopp with Real People") that came close to national syndication about a decade ago, you can keep up with the schedule of guests and rebroadcasts by clicking on or


Typically, KD ain't collectin' any coin for it; though you can always click on Woodstock Harley-Davidson via and buy a gift certificate for a Road King or full service or latest advertising attire.

Just being, uh, serious.

If you want to know more about how you can sponsor the show and help expand KD's iconoclastic beruf, contact the station's founder and manager at

Unfortunately for Democrats, Republicans, mainliners, and other apostates and idolaters, Kathie (a future radio guest) and the rest of our KD staff (moi) will continue this site until the thought police completely take over church as well as state.


Speaking of stretching - check out Matthew 9:14-17 - our family of faith is in a building program; expectantly called our "Blessings Campaign."

Well, uh, actually, already, it has been a blessing to anyone who gets Matthew 9:14-17.

It's also been a blessing to know some folks still think God is alive and active among His people who want to build upon the best of the past for a better future.

Admittedly, one flea can make a big dog itch; and we've been scratchin' a bit.

It goes back a long time with a cast of characters who bring Judas to mind; but I'm not about to spread our poopy laundry through cyberspace.


I will talk about it with anyone on Tuesday mornings at Starbucks or Thursday mornings at Cuppa Joe's for a gift certificate to...

Let's just say some my-way-or-the-highway kinda folks have pretended/rationalized their infidelities in darkly spiritualized auto-suggestions.

The overwhelming majority have been up with it while two handfuls or less have been down on it.

Interesting metaphor.

Be that as it is and will always be as the garden virus continues to infect people, the only thing that will keep us from incarnation is $.

Kinda like the Road King.


From the tough-times-don't-build-character-but-rather-expose-it department, one family member has become my latest hero of faith.

She/he didn't/doesn't like all of the plans or phases (the batting order) of incarnating the previously and unanimously established priorities.

She/he was quite vocal about it; which is encouraged as well as laudable in our ecclesiastical franchise's polity.

Dang, I'd rather have someone in my face than stabbin' me in the back.

Anyway, when I recommended her/his substantial seed gift be returned because, well, uh, I thought that was/remains the right thing to do if somebody isn't really with the program, she/he said she/he didn't want her/his $ back and plans to give more once ground is broken.

She/he doesn't believe it's remotely "Christian" to pick up your marbles and go play other games when you don't get your way; which means she/he must have read Romans 12, 1 Corinthians 12-13, or something like that.

How different/refreshing from too many people in church and society these days.

She/he really gets the message in Matthew 20:20-28; bringing to mind a few lines from Pastor Bob Gass through The Vine (5/16/10): "Comedian Red Allen said, 'You only live once. But if you work it right, once is enough.' So, how can you work it right? By living by your convictions every day; do that, and you will have no regrets. Living a life of integrity involves...thinking regularly about your values and letting them soak in...constantly measuring your choices against God's Word...We get into trouble when our convictions and our impulses collide. When everything's going our way, it is not difficult to live by our convictions...Spiritual people do what is right, no matter how they feel about it."

God has given another hero to me - someone who knows it's not all about her/him but...

She/he has refreshed my soul from too much time with refuse; or rather folks who refuse to...

Regardless, an occasional gem amid the fiberglass reflects His light into our lives; and, as the Christophers say, "It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness."

And that's what we're trying to disclose in these pages and starting on 5/18.



Blessings and Love!

Ps. Be sure to go to to view a full schedule of guests on The Kopp Disclosure Radio Show! - Kathie

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