Monthly Archives: June 2018

Road to Seminary | Faith

This post is the first of six posts about making our way to Birmingham, Alabama to attend Beeson Divinity School

“Now the Lord had said to Abram: Get out of your country, from your family and from your father’s house, to a land that I will show you.” – Genesis 12:1

Time has buried the thousand nuances of God’s word to Abraham. “Now the Lord had said…” Was someone other than Abraham there to hear this word or was it recorded from Abraham’s own testimony? Every saint longs to hear the “audible voice” of God. Are we to believe this man heard it with his own elderly years? Perhaps he was senile or schizophrenic. But it says it right there in the Bible, “Now the Lord had said…” It is as plain as day. If he were with us today, how would he recount the story? How did he tell his friends about it back then? How did he tell Sarah? Continue reading

A House Not Made With Hands

Janie and I have been attending Christ the King Anglican Church for over a year now. We were both confirmed into the Anglican Church on Pentecost Sunday, May 27, 2018. As I continue to seek ordination while at Beeson Divinity School, I am learning a great deal about this tradition. As our rector (pastor) Michael Novotny is in Jerusalem attending the GAFCON conference, I had the opportunity to preach my first sermon as an Anglican. Continue reading