Ratchet Soundtrack Outtakes

Some quaint pieces I wrote for a comedy short film a couple months ago called “Ratchet,” directed by Braeden Alberti. These were not used in the final cut, but here they are now for your listening pleasure on my YouTube and SoundCloud! If you need original music for your project, you can get in touch Read More …

“Profiting from the Word of God” — 9 Questions to Ask Ourselves

I posted this on social media at the beginning of the year. But things get buried so quickly there, and I’ve found these questions really helpful to me in examining my own heart and life as I read the Scriptures. This is basically a summary of A. W. Pink’s book Profiting from the Word of Read More …

Psalm 77 — Finding Relief in the Lord in a Season of Distress

This is the outline from a teaching I gave this past Sunday on Psalm 77. This is just an outline, not a full manuscript. But I added a few extra paragraphs and sentences to fill it out a little. I recommend reading Psalm 77:1-20 first and then going through the outline with the psalm open Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: Exegesis of Job 7:17-21

Click here for more posts in this series. This was a short exegetical paper I wrote for the class “Exploring the Old Testament” with Dr. Maxwell in Fall 2016. I don’t know if I’ll share my other exegesis papers in this series, but I had to at least share this one since it is this Read More …

No Budget Merch

Title says it all! (If you don’t follow me on social media, there’s at least a couple inside jokes here you might miss—what with socks and ice cream and whatnot. See my Twitter, Facebook, or Youtube for context.)

Favorite Undergrad Papers: Ivan Ilyich, the Loving Stoic

Click here for more posts in this series. My professor for this class was really into Russian authors like Dostoevsky and Leo Tolstoy, and one of the stories he had us read was the short story “The Death of Ivan Ilyich” by Tolstoy. If you are already familiar with that story, then this research paper Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: Honors Application Essay

Click here for more posts in this series. This first one was not actually a paper. This was an application essay for the Frederick Supper Honors Program at PBA that I submitted in January 2015 in my senior year of high school. I was accepted and almost completed the whole program but ended up dropping Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers

Yesterday morning, after a long and short four years of hardship and fun, I graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a B.A. in Biblical & Theological Studies. Now what does a writer do after concluding another major stage of his life? He writes about it. He thinks much and writes much. Some of that Read More …

Two Open Letters and Ephesians 4:1-17

Two very different open letters were published yesterday, both written by professing Christians. One is an open letter from progressive millennials to their conservative parents, thanking them for their parental care but asking to not be condemned for the progressive turns they have taken. https://thehappygivers.com/blogs/faith-culture/a-letter-to-our-conservative-parents The other is an open letter to the Southern Baptist Read More …

Music Composition Reel

A rough demo reel to showcase my music composition ability. Most of the footage here is stock footage I edited together specifically for this reel. And the music is just a few brief excerpts from a few pieces in different genres that I’ve written over the years. This was fun to make!