"The Good Life"
Recently, I wrote about the church's need to recover the doctrine of God's transcendence. You can read that post here. As an extension of that recovery which ought to come most naturally and fundamentally from the preaching of God's Word is song selection. Our theology is largely influenced by our doxology and vice versa. We... Continue Reading →
We ought to recover the doctrine of the transcendence of God and discover how it plays out in our corporate worship services. A. W. Tozer, that quotable pastor-theologian of the mid-20th century, once wrote: “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” Our mindset when considering... Continue Reading →
As many of you might know, I have just wrapped up my first academic year at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. I am pursuing a Masters of Divinity degree, and have immensely enjoyed and benefitted from my time at MBTS so far. The year has been great, and I've had great opportunities to learn in and... Continue Reading →
I've never been a very good keeper of new year's resolutions. I often think they are even unhelpful for a person like me. But this year I want to publicly commit to three goals on here. I want to have the accountability of having written these down for anyone to see. I also want these... Continue Reading →
2018 has been exceptionally difficult in many ways: My father-in-law passed away, my wife and I moved to a new place, leaving some family and very close friends, and I started seminary, which created new challenges for us. This year was also great for my wife and I for a number of reasons: We travelled... Continue Reading →