Pastor Amos Cotter

Born in 1985, and Raised in Canandaigua, New York Attended Elim Bible Institute in 2008 - 2011 Married Marie Brunner June 9th 2012 My son Issac was born June 11th 2013 Moved to Iowa in February 2017, as we assisted Pastor Jeremy launch Bethesda House.

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Pick of the week – Episode 3: $37.50 a Minute

Well… dear readers, It’s Thursday, you know what that means. Time for Amos’ pick of the week! Today’s instance if Idiocy comes from Jerry in the sprawling city of Nashville Tennessee. Working as a political fundraiser I got to witness the human condition at its finest. And this particular campaign, was funded by a charity, …

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Solitude (a poem)

I wrote this 8 years ago. Nearly to the day. Just three months before I met Marie. Two years later…She would become my wife. February 12th, 2010… I feel so alone, and a close relationship is desired, but I am not driven by those forces, though thoughts are inspired. Thoughts of being stroked to sleep, …

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“The Enemy, of my enemy, is my friend.”

I was born and raised in upstate New York. And as such, I had a few choices for Football favorites. There is the New York Giants. The New York Jets. The Buffalo Bills. And I suppose the New England Patriots could be classified as well. I remember as a child. February, In the year 1991, …

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People of Influence.

There have been many people who have impacted, and influenced my life. To try to name all of them would be impractical. Not to mention the length of a novel. I wish to bring attention to a group of people. A group of people who have shaped me into who I am.  The top ten …

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Pick of the week – Episode 2: It’s Wireless

Well, it’s Thursday. Time for….Amos’s pick of the week. Today’s specimen of stupidity come from Jane in Colorado. Jane it seems is battling more than just plain stupidity, as she seems to have fell out of the dummy tree and hit every branch on the way down. The following is my conversation her. “Thank you …

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My testimony

The odds of being born with epilepsy is 1:72. Those odds are uncommon. From there, Epilepsy branches out into many different characteristics. Of those unfortunate few, myoclonus epilepsy effects 1:400. Those odds seem rare. Of those one in 400, the disorder grows more complex and even rarer. Progressive myoclonus Epilepsy takes a claim at one …

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In your weakness He is stronger

I am going to be something different today, My left shoulder has gone through a lot of injury and abuse. It has been dislocated three times. The rotator cuff has been torn…twice, and I even managed to tear a tendon in there as well. And because of all the injuries, there is a lot of …

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Utter Blackness

I wrote this in December of 2009. The October before I was dealt a rather crushing blow. And I don’t want to go into specifics. The aftermath of that “blow”  was felt for months that followed.  The end result taught me some valuable lessons and around the middle of the next April, I had gotten …

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Akulamappie

I wrote these two works some time ago. With the upcoming lunar eclipse I find myself looking at the night sky more often. The amazing thing about this eclipse…It is a blue moon, (second full moon in the same month) A super moon, (a full moon at its closest point to earth in the moons …

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Pick of the week – Episode 1: I’m on to you!

Hello dear readers, Let me open with a nugget of wisdom that I have learned over the years working with the average American. People are stupid. Who ever said, “There is no such thing as a stupid question.”…Obviously never worked in customer service. Let me expand on this a bit. Everyone is born stupid. That …

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