About Me

Welcome to Pastoral Teachings

Pastor Pat Ashley

I am a Writer and a Pastoral Counselor. My specialty is teaching and sharing the word of God, helping others develop a better relationship and understanding of God.

Not sure how God can change your life? My postings are easily understandable for anyone who can understand, share events, and experience from any walk of life. Some of my experiences may cause you to chuckle. Yes, God has a sense of humor.

God has taken me places I never thought possible since our first meeting in 1989. But, I, like Jonah, did not want to do the Lord’s bidding. I tried to do my own thing, but like Jonah, God did not allow me to have it my way. Though he did not send a big fish to swallow me, he did get my attention.

I came to Christ,  which lead me to seminary,  where I earned an MA in Pastoral Teachings and Counseling, later becoming an ordained minister.

Praise the Lord!

Hopefully, you will enjoy the site. Feel free to leave comments or questions. I will do my best to respond to all inquires to the best of my God-given knowledge.
Be blessed, and let God be first in your life.

By Pat

Hello, and many thanks for visiting. The past year has been challenging for many of us. The elections of 2020 were disappointing to over 75,000,000 Americans. But, if you are a follower of Jesus, the victory is still yours! Christ-followers understand it is not humanity that chooses governments. Roman 13:1 tells us, " Every person is to be in subjection to the governing authorities." The scripture is telling us God has chosen the sitting government, not humanity. Therefore, though you and I may not understand God's reasoning, we must be obedient and accept God's choice for government. It is my opinion that you have much more severe things that demand your attention. For the signs of the heavens and on earth is demanding your attention. Some may scratch their heads because it is not apparent to them that we are moving towards the return of Christ. The signs of the time lead me to the scriptures of Daniel 10,11, and 12, which I advise you to reaUnfortunately, it does little good to inform you about something many have chosen to either ignore or fail to care about. Enjoy your visit, and feel free to leave comments or questions. However, I ask for no profanity or disrespect for the opinions of others. May God bless you, and thanks for visiting. If you have questions or concerns, feel free to email them to, pat@pastoralteachings.com and I will do my best to respond.

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