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My Complete Life Story

Joel and Jen Byer pastor the Tunkhannock Pilgrim Holiness Church in northeastern, PA. Frequently Joel enjoys writing about himself in the third person.

Anyway :-), Joel and Jen met at Penn View Bible Institute, and were married August 21, 1999. We are happily married with three great children, Jeffrey (8) and Janessa (6), and Jaylee (2), and Janae (0) 🙂 ! As of the moment, we have no pets, although I’m hoping to persuade my wife to at least allow us a hamster.

I like: preaching, visiting people and telling them about Jesus, chess, hockey, stamp collecting, guitars, as well as blogging and all things digital. My wife likes: board games not named Scrabble or Boggle, walks along the country road, shopping, piano, and keeping me in line.

Well, I suppose there’s a few things left out of my “complete” life story, but then again you didn’t care anyway, did you?

10 Responses to “My Complete Life Story”

  1. Man, is my blog really so offensive as to not merrit a link on your new blog? LOL! No, I understand completely. What’s really bad is when I start offending myself with what I post. 🙂 Hey, no hard feelings if you don’t link….I just thought it was funny.

  2. LOL! I didn’t mean you actually had to cave-in to the pressure and post a link to my blog on here, but thanks anyways. My blog views greatly decreased after you switched over……it was a sad day…..

  3. Duane said

    I like your sense of humor. Life is too short to be serious.

  4. You simply are a funny fellow. Funny I say. F-U-N-N-Y. Funny.

  5. Huckanut said

    Yeah, Huckanut enjoys writing about himself in the third person, too.

  6. Hello Bro. Byers,

    I just sent you and e-mail today but it returned as undeliverable. Have you changed your e-mail address?

    May I have the new address?

    I have an announcement about a special service that might be of interest to you and your people

    Nathaniel

  7. Hi! You don’t know me, but I like criticizing other people’s English and my sister in law is your sister in law’s best friend, so I suppose you won’t be too offended at me.

    I just noticed, quote: “We are happily married with two great children, Jeffrey (6) and Janessa (3), and baby Jaylee (0)”.
    What I want to know is, doesn’t Jaylee count as a children?
    (feel free to criticize my English in return)

  8. joelbyer said

    Ahh, yes.
    I had updated the last part of the sentence, but not the first. All of my children are now great. 🙂

  9. Do you have an email address that we can communicate with you without the whole world reading about our concern over passports for ourselves as we tread on foreign soil this summer?

  10. Carrie said

    You should update your complete life story, especially since you no longer claim Ontario as “home!”

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