Thoughts on Ferguson

At this point you already know what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri. So I don’t need to give you the details. (If you don’t know whats going on then you obviously have been living under a rock – a rock on the moon). It seems like everybody has an opinion and that everybody hasContinue reading “Thoughts on Ferguson”

Jesus is Better!

There are few worship songs that I keep going back to over and over and over again, but this one written and performed by Austin Stone’s worship band is one of those songs. I love worship songs that elevate Jesus as Lord and King all while reminding us of the gospel and propelling us toContinue reading “Jesus is Better!”

The Very Worst Missionary

I recently came across this blog titled Jaime the Very Worst Missionary.  The title was certainly intriguing – is she really the very worst missionary? I doubt that. Anyway she wrote something describing herself and I can completely resonate with her: I’m always late because I’m a procrastinator and I procrastinate because I’m overwhelmed and I’m overwhelmedContinue reading “The Very Worst Missionary”

My Paper for ETS Southwest 2014

This year I have the privilege of presenting a paper at the 2014 Southwest ETS Regional meeting. This year’s meeting will be hosted by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fort Worth and will take place on March 7th-8th. The theme is “The Decline of Denominationalism, and the Future of Evangelical Christianity.” I am so excited toContinue reading “My Paper for ETS Southwest 2014”

Pentecostal Motivations for Mission

Today I want to Blog about something that I find interesting both theologically and practically. Its something that hits close to home: Pentecostalism and Mission. Specifically I want to Inform you about the “Pentecostal Motivations for Mission.” You see, I grew up going to a Pentecostal Church. I spent 17 years in a small hispanicContinue reading “Pentecostal Motivations for Mission”