God Keeps His Promises: Reflections From Preaching through the Book of Joshua

God Keeps His Promises: Reflections From Preaching through the Book of Joshua

Every Wednesday night since August 2018, I have been preaching through the book of Joshua. The first of the Former Prophets. I have never preached an Old Testament book all the way through. It was so eye-opening, challenging, and rewarding.

Reflections on My First Year in Vocational Ministry.

A year ago yesterday, I (along with many gracious brothers and sisters at SWBTS) packed up my Penske truck, tearfully said our goodbyes and my family and I joyfully drove down with eager expectation of the great things God was going to do in and through our lives as we entered our first ever vocational [...]

The Defense of Christian Liberty in Colossians: Examining the Colossian Heresy: Part 4

Editors Note: This post is in a series of 4 posts from a paper I did in my graduate studies. See Part 1 here.  Part 2 Here. Part 3 Here. This is part 4! This is the second part of the series that examines the passage exegetically. Part 4 zeroes in on Col. 2:16-23. The Defense [...]

What Does Paul Have To Say? Examining the Colossian Heresy: Part 3

Editors Note: This post is in a series of 4 posts from a paper I did in my graduate studies. See Part 1 here.  Part 2 Here. This is part 3! This is the second part of the series that examines the passage exegetically. Part 3 zeroes in on Col. 2:11-15. Paul gives his first [...]

What Were They Teaching? Examining the Colossian Heresy: Part 2

The Colossian heresy has been a highly debated subject with apparently 44 different identifications of what this heresy might be. In this blog, I briefly summarize 4 of the primary views of what it might've been.