I have good news, and I want to tell you about it. I’m going to become an astronaut preacher, with less rockets but all the adventure. In some ways, it is time to leave home, and in other ways, time to go home.
As I come to the end of what has felt in some ways like a lifetime, and other ways like a whirlwind, I reflect on what the past two years serving at Fellowship Pellissippi has meant to me. I have thousands of words of gratitude to say, enough to exhaust you of reading them. The… Continue reading To My Fellowship Pellissippi Family
He gives power to the faint, and to him who has no might he increases strength. Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall… Continue reading Hope for the Hurting
For the last eighteen months, I have had the wonderful privilege of serving in my church’s intern/resident program. It is a large church in Knoxville, TN, and I primarily serve on one of our two planted campuses, with my internship focus being on multiplication and church planting. This has been a great season for me… Continue reading Around the Web: 4 Ways to Maximize Your Church Internship
I visited this house last week. It looks like a normal, New England home. The pastel paint with dark shutters, pillared entryways, and two chimneys. But this house is anything from ordinary. Hundreds of years ago (246 years ago to be exact), the house belonged to Jonathan Parsons, the pastor of Old South Church in Newburyport,… Continue reading George Whitefield’s Last Sermon
I had the privilege on attending live-streaming the 2016 Southern Baptist Convention during the week, and was encouraged by much of what I saw. The gathering brought together over 11,500 people who come together for the annual meeting to discuss Baptist polity, cultural issues, worship together, become inspired for the year ahead of ministry, and… Continue reading 5 Highlights From #SBC16
I have always been a big fan of podcasts. The fact that you could get free information of a wide variety was always appealing to me. Mostly, I enjoyed the level of access I got with a podcast, hearing so many people who are experts in their fields taking a moment to share their insights… Continue reading Why I Stopped Podcasting (For Now)
The great British preacher Martyn Lloyd-Jones, as usual, made a striking declaration to his audience. “The most urgent need in the Christian Church today is true preaching; and as it is the greatest and most urgent need in the Church, it is the greatest need of the world also.” Of course, I believe Lloyd-Jones is right… Continue reading Verse-by-Verse or Bust?
Recently our life group was having some discussion about leadership in the workplace. We watched a few testimonial videos of business owners who try to implement working to the glory of God into their workplaces, and leading their people well. During our time talking about how these spiritual matters find their way into our practical… Continue reading Where Females Should Lead