At the 50th anniversary of the Cornerstone Church of the Nazarene, I spoke as one of the former pastors. From my wheelchair in front of the platform, I began by making this statement into the microphone in a moderately deep voice, “I have a complaint.”

The congregation became serious and seemed to wonder if I was about to “rain on its parade.”

Buddy Scott is director of His Love Counseling Services in Lake Jackson.

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Attended Cornerstone for 3 years. Loved the people and still do. Just couldn't reconcile their drift from the bible as the methodist have done. The writing is plain as day. I do miss the people and the place. Best to them and their new pastor.

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