Check out this video conversation below as I talk with some of my Pastor friends that I went to seminary with about how they are navigating a new year after the rough year of 2020! SPECIAL GUESTS INCLUDE: Irvin Wasswa – Campus Pastor at Tylertown Church (Tylertown, TN) “The crises taking place on Earth doContinue reading “VIDEO – Pastors Chat!”
Real People Real Talk – Paul Calcote Podcast I had the opportunity to join the conversation “A Step in the Right Direction” on my friend Paul Calcote‘s podcast about racial reconciliation, unity and next steps that must be taken. I learned a lot and I’m sure you will as well. Paul and I went to seminaryContinue reading “PODCAST – A Step in the Right Direction”
Check out the video conversation below as I talk with some of my Ministry and Pastor friends that I went to seminary with about how they are navigating life and ministry during the COVID-19. Special Guests include: Drake Nosco – Senior Pastor of Grace Baptist Church (Nashville, TN) “Fearing man leads to nothing good. TrustContinue reading “VIDEO – Pastors Chat!”
Mutterings from a Bald Guy – Chet Bergeron Podcast I had the opportunity to talk with Chet Bergeron on his podcast about leadership, life and being real. We talked about taking off our masks in order to be lead well and follow Jesus in all areas of our lives. Chet is a Pastor in BuffaloContinue reading “PODCAST – Authentic Leadership in an Inauthentic World”
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering: Forgiveness is hard, but because Christ has forgiven us, we can forgive others. In this sermon, I preach from Matthew 6:12, 14-15 about living a life of forgiveness!
For my birthday this year, my wife gave me the book Capital Gaines by Chip Gaines. I’m naturally not a huge reader, but I am trying to get into the habit of always having a book on my hands to read. This was a different kind of book for me to read. Being in ministry, IContinue reading “Six Things I Learned From Reading Capital Gaines“
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering We all struggle with fear. In this sermon, I preach on what it looks like to choose faith over fear, from Psalm 91.
Hey friends, thanks for checking out this latest blog! I wanted to post this because I’m trying to get in the habit of writing and blogging more and I have a lot to share as I’ve been going through an exciting season in life and reflecting on all that God has done. My hope isContinue reading “Reflection to Inspiration”
Psalm 37:23-24 The steps of a man are established by the Lord, when he delights in his way; though he fall, he shall not be cast headlong, for the Lord upholds his hand. My last blog post was on March 13, 2015. Part of the reasoning for this is the busyness of life with beingContinue reading “The Blog is BACK- What a Journey!”
We know Thanksgiving as that one time of the year where family and close friends gather, large amounts of turkey, sides and desserts are consumed, football is watched, and glorious naps are taken. These are the memories that we cherish, and these memories are irreplaceable. Although everyone may not share such warm memories every year,Continue reading “Some Thanksgiving Reflections”