Bible Teaching in the Wesleyan Tradition

thomasq    Dr. Robbins served his country for ten years as a lawyer in the U. S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps - commonly known as J.A.G..  He was stationed in Germany and served as a military judge on the front lines of Vietnam for a year. 

    Following Vietnam, Thomas Q was practicing law in central Texas when he answered God’s call to enter the ministry.   He's a graduate of The Citadel, received his law degree from the Tulane Law School, and Masters in Theology from the Perkins School of Theology, Dallas, TX. 

Dr. Robbins has pastored several United Methodist churches in Texas, including the University Park United Methodist Church in Dallas where he served as Senior Pastor for 14 years.   Dr. Robbins is currently serves as a Senior Pastor in his retirement and is the speaker for the Come and See Radio Program.  Thomas Q. teaches and preaches in the Wesleyan tradition.

    Dr. Thomas Q. Robbins has a heart for reaching people with the Gospel and is motivated to use many methods in addition to the local church, including broadcasting over radio and this Web site to spread God’s Word.  

    Come and See Ministries is a Bible-based. Wesleyan ministry, founded to help believers learn how to apply the principles of God’s Word to their lives and everyday living.  It is Dr. Thomas Q. Robbins heartfelt desire to invite and encourage all to consider a better way – through the transforming power of the Savior, Jesus Christ.  Thomas Q. has led Evangelism Seminars in many Methodist churches across America, helping them catch a vision of the Church for Evangelism and works with the pastor in equipping the people in ways to effectively reach out into a community with the Gospel using their own testimony of how their live has been impacted by God.  

    Individually and collectively, the church is sent into the world to teach, to preach and to heal, following the example of Jesus set out in Matthew 4:23. The primary mission of Dr. Thomas Q. Robbins is leading those searching to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and lead the development of faithful disciples of Jesus Christ through worshipping God, personal spiritual growth, covenant relationships, and service to others.


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Something To Consider

The greatest witness the Church of Jesus Christ should have in its culture would be in arena of morality and spirituality.  We are living in a society where there is so much ambivalence and confusion. It’s truly a morass of sexual and economic confusion, spiritual and religious perplexity and political and social bewilderment.   The Church has been given a vast team of believers to share their faith and tell of what Jesus Christ has done for them.  How are you fitting into God’s plan for the Church to witness to its culture?  -Thomas Q.