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 [...]

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.

Reflections On My First D6 Conference

Reflections On My First D6 Conference

We need to get to work in family discipleship. Teaching fathers and mothers to raise their children and not depend solely on the pastoral staff at the church to take the role of the parent. Rather our role is come alongside the parent and to "equip the saints [these parents] for the work of ministry, for the building of the body of Christ" (Eph. 4:12). 

Converge – The Importance of Bringing Together Two Separate Parts of our Lives.

Converge – The Importance of Bringing Together Two Separate Parts of our Lives.

A new name. Converge. In this new season of ministry at Woodlawn Baptist Church, I want our service to reflect the glory of God, that we might enjoy our Savior and His benefits. He is worthy of our singing, listening, learning, and doing. We want to be taught of God's Word by the power of [...]