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Welcome to the all new blog!




So much has changed, and yet so much is different too.

I am still actively involved in ministry over at Family Worship Center in Wilder, KY. but now, I am stepping out into a new venture as a real estate sales associate.

As this change continues to unfold, I will share more, but for now, welcome to The Real Estate Pastor Blog! Here you will find a wide variety of different forms of content. Some will be to inspire or encourage you. Some will be to inform you. Some will be to help you if you're looking at buying a home or have become a homeowner and now don't know what to do!

Over the next several weeks, you will see some content being 're-shared' from my old New Generation Voice blog, as I ease into this dual career thing and adjust to my new role. But make no mistake, you will see a lot more coming very soon on all fronts!

For now, I'd like to encourage you to connect with me further on social media here:


Connect on the Pastor Devin Kroner Facebook page

Connect on the Family Worship Center Facebook page


Connect to The Real Estate Pastor on Youtube

Connect by Emailing The Real Estate Pastor


As things expand and become more available, we will update you with any additional ways to connect.

For now, connect, and leave a comment below (or at one of the above places) and let me know any topics you might like to see touched on through this blog. They could be about buying real estate, family, theology, life in general...

...Let me know below!


Thanks,

DK


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