Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Month September 2010


Here’s a nice graphic view of my recent tweets… You can get one yourself here.

Experiencing God

I’m currently studying Experiencing God for the 4th time. The first time I studied the discipleship course written by Henry Blackaby, I was in my early 20s and an all-knowing seminary student. I was on staff at First Baptist Church,… Continue Reading →

Just do that thang

It’s time. You’ve flirted with the knowledge and sense of responsibility toward an idea for a long time now. The conviction you felt as white hot in that moment long ago has since cooled to ice-edged certainty. You know you… Continue Reading →

Ode to OBU

It’s my 20th college reunion this October, and I’m pretty excited about returning to the metropolis of Arkadelphia, Arkansas. My days at Ouachita Baptist University were undoubtedly some of the most formative, fun, and forever-directing of my life. I learned… Continue Reading →

Loving stops leaving

Don’t Go to Church; Be the Church. Our church has embraced this slogan with a whole heart in the past year. We were grateful for the graphics at the Faith in Action website and adapted them for our use this past year…. Continue Reading →

Taking a breath

At the end of July, I communicated to our church staff and membership that it was “all hands on deck” for August. It promised to be a hurricane of activity, and we needed everyone in place to serve. There are… Continue Reading →

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