Tagged with gospel

Print out your Reading Plan

In the past I’ve talked about Bible Reading Plans. These are really helpful ways to read through the Bible through the year. There are all sorts of plans that give you all sorts of options. But the most important part is that you are reading the Bible. The generous people at Crossway have made many … Continue reading

Theoretical turned Actual

Last week at 3 AM in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), I found myself praying that God would be Glorified in the life of my newborn son, however short it may be. It was odd that I was praying for God’s glory more than Jonathan’s healing. But it showed me how God has worked … Continue reading

The Hope of Righteousness

5 For through the Spirit, by faith, we ourselves eagerly wait for the hope of righteousness. 6 For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor uncircumcision counts for anything, but only faith working through love. via Passage: galatians 5 5-6 ESV Bible Online. We eagerly wait for the hope of righteousness. The HOPE of righteousness. That’s not a … Continue reading

Asking the right questions

This past Sunday our church started a new series on God & Money. Dustin Neeley, the lead pastor, preached a sermon titled “Basic Instructions” that you can watch here. This may be of interest to you because I make a cameo in the end.

ESV Study Bible

I’ve posted about the ESV Study Bible here and here. But today, I want to tell you why it’s so great. This morning I sat down to read 2 Corinthians. Before diving in, I took my time reading the introduction in my ESV Study Bible and considering what it had to say. It was amazing. … Continue reading

Breakfast with Great Men

This morning I’m having breakfast with two great men; Mark Coleman and Craig Shuff. They’re on staff at my parent’s church in Davie, Florida. Mark is the pastor and Craig is the administrator. At yesterday’s Baptist 21 panel discussion, we had a chance to catch up and talk for a few minutes before returning to … Continue reading

A Great Commission Resurgence

I usually don’t blog about church life things. However, today I’ve been attending the Southern Baptist Convention held in Louisville, KY. There are benefits and costs to being a Southern Baptist. The SBC is sometimes related to the awkward family member that shows up at family reunions. They’re family and you love them, but sometimes … Continue reading