About Justin

Justin Beadles - 2008

My kindergarten report card noted that I talked too much, now I speak for a living.

Being the pastor of Grace Bible Church in Nacogdoches, TX gives me the privilege of creating fresh material on a weekly basis and working with a great team.

The past 25 years have enabled me to gain the experience of presenting well over 500 different speeches. That doesn’t mean I’ve spoken in public over 500 times; it means I’ve personally developed and delivered over 500 speeches each unique in their content.

During this time my audience has numbered from 12,000 to 12. While speaking in the U.S., Brazil, Germany and India, I’ve delivered some great speeches and some horrible ones as well.

Hopefully this site proves to be helpful to those in situations similar to my own. If you contact me, I really will help you as best I can. After all, few things excite me more than seeing others succeed.

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10 Responses

  1. Justin,

    Wow! It’s GREAT to see your face! I hope all is well for you and your family! You’ve truly been a ROLE MODEL and INSPIRATION to me and countless others my friend! May God bless you and yours this holiday season and convey my warmest regards to your brother and parents! It’s been years since I last visited with you or them! I travel extensively and quite possibly will be in your area of the country sometime and I’ll make it a point to give you a call! Your bro in Christ, Milford

  2. Great job Justin, keep challenging people to be great communicators.

    • Hello Justin,
      We are thinking and praying for you daily.
      We enjoyed your article too.

  3. …and from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful wittnes, the first born from the dead and the ruler of the kings of the earth, to him who loves us and has freed us from our sin by his blood.

    Seen the pictures. That’s tough to handle. I’m praying. Somebody told me a long time ago, “Son, this is AMERICA! You can do anything you want, but sometimes there are consequences to what you do.” There are only good consequences to prayer.

  4. Please let your dad know that we all miss him and that he is in our prayers.
    The Baldwin family

  5. Justin: just wanted to let you know that you and all of your family are in my prayers and thoughts. I wish him a speedy recovery. I’m glad that he is doing so much better.

  6. God Bless you and Your Dad Justin,

    Unfortunately we will be leaving Nacogdoches for Louisiana in a couple of weeks, but your church and your ministry has touched our family greatly, in the five years we have been apart of it, and we will never forget your humor and unique presentation of the Lord’s Word.

  7. Justin,

    How wonderful to read of your dad’s struggle and great progress! I work in the home office for United Country Real Estate and have seen your dad here a few times but never really had the opportunity to meet him. I so enjoyed reading how deeply you love him and what a wonderful man he is. You are a gifted writer.

    Please know that he and your family are in my prayers. You are so right, he nor none of us will live forever but it is so terribly hard to let go when it seems too soon. Someday, we all hope to be on that “other side” together.

    Blessing to you and my sincere prayers and good wishes.

  8. Hey Justin,

    You might not remember us, but my husband Kent and I are sorta neighbors of your mom and dad out here in Dewey County. Having grown up here, you’ll understand the ‘sorta’, I am sure (c;. I remember watching you and your brother grow up, and occasionally I even run across a picture I took of you holding Kent’s gelding for him while he was trimming feet. (c; In any case, we had NO idea your dad had been so sick! We travel a lot and it’s difficult to keep up on the local news. So glad to hear he pulled through and is doing much better.

    Take care,
    Lori Herbel

  9. You know when you can’t get a certain smell out of your nose? Well, for me, unfortunately, every now and then, I can smell the nastiness of your being, somewhat like the odor of raw sewage. Hoping it will finally go away, like the bunions on your feet.

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