I gave my life to Christ at a young age. I remember sitting in a Sunday church service and hearing the Gospel preached. I had heard this preached before, but something different happened this time. The Spirit of God drew me to Himself and the good news of Jesus hit my heart like a ton... Continue Reading →
Lately, I’ve been learning a lot about the power of prayer and why it really does matter. I confess that this has been a weak area in my spiritual walk for a while. I tell other people to pray, yet neglect it in my own life. People share a prayer request with me, and I... Continue Reading →
What comes to your mind when you think of the summer? Maybe it’s sunshine, swimming pools, the beach, fishing, golf, walks by the water, taking a vacation, going to camp, ice cream, good food and much more! Hopefully, somewhere in that list though, you add the word REST. Of course, the way we answer that... Continue Reading →
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering Small habits change our lives. Becoming who God wants us to be will only happen if we have God's Word in our lives. In this sermon, I preach from Psalm 119 on how we should approach God's Word and make it a habit in our lives! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iQNRE_o3yk&t=1240s
This past Sunday at Vintage Church, we continued our Dependent series, looking at the Keystone Habit of Bible Intake. I preached from Psalm 119, looking at some of the rich truths about God’s Word that showed us how, in order to be who God wants us to be, we must have His Word in our... Continue Reading →
'Answering the Call' - New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Podcast Check out this podcast as I had the opportunity to share on the NOBTS 'Answering the Call' Podcast about what I do in the local church! 'An Expose on a Ministries Pastor': Click HERE to listen!
Everyday, we react. We react to other people’s words. We react to situations and circumstances in life, some that may even be out of our control. Some of our reactions happen as a result of smaller encounters, and others as a result of more significant events in our lives. Some are easy, and some are... Continue Reading →
Written by my amazing wife, Emily Menard Weaver: There is something about the fresh start of a new year that always gets me excited for a new challenge! While I know many people no longer set new year’s resolutions because they feel it sets them up for failure, I think it is a healthy practice... Continue Reading →