Odd fellow at the Oddfellows

Ladies at the Oddfellows

Ladies at the Oddfellows

Paul went solo to speak to an unusual group who meet at the Oddfellows Club in Leicester. This group is made up of retired Marks and Spencers staff, in other words people who measure folk like funeral directors do, only by height as opposed to length. Standing under one of those mirrored balls that reflect light in the middle of a dance floor with no props and no Marian to sing left Paul wondering if he should try Stand Up or attempt to imitate Frank Sinatra, but when the time came for him to go he decided best not. All well with cakes the reward, fat bloke’s paradise! Oddly enough only one man had turned up on that particular day, guess he must be the odd fellow.

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About Paul Sinclair

Paul Sinclair, often referred to as The Faster Pastor, has 29 years proven ministry as a pastor, speaker, published author and writer. His wife Marian is from Ghana and has been a minister in song for as many years. When Marian sings… expect an anointing!
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2 Responses to Odd fellow at the Oddfellows

  1. geoff says:

    Someone who had worked for M & S for 45 years sadly died. On arrival at the eternal gates they were pleased to be there. They said to St Peter that, pleased though they were, they could only enter if they could be assured that there were no M & S management there as they had been given a hard time for 45 years.
    After receiving such assurance they entered. They had only been there a short time when they spotted an obvious M & S manager. They found St Peter and complained bitterly. He assured them that they had actually seen God, who only thought he was a M & S manager.
    With apologies to the easily offended!! LOL

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