Life After Graduation

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since I graduated. Here’s how my life is looking now: ✅ Sins forgiven through faith in the blood of Jesus Christ shed on the cross✅ Adopted into the family of God as his son✅ Sealed for redemption by the Holy Spirit✅ My hope stored up in heaven Read More …

Homilies for My Heart After Wrecking My Car

^ Yup, that car. The one I got shortly after that video. It’s sitting in a tow yard now after an accident last night, probably totaled. Thankfully no injuries to myself (that I know of) or others, and no other vehicles were damaged. Still, a frightening, flustering experience to wreck in a violent spin across Read More …

When Christians Disagree: How to Respond Biblically

This is the outline from a teaching I gave at church a few weeks ago (Sept 1st). This is basically a combination and re-working of this post and this post. When Christians Disagree: How to Respond Biblically 2 Peter 3:15-16: There is a Wrong Way to Interpret the Bible Context of 2 Peter Warning against Read More …

Romans 6 – Forgiven and Free: Three motivations to keep battling our sin even though our sin has already been forgiven

This is the outline from a teaching I gave on Sunday a few weeks ago (Aug 25th) on Romans 6. This is just an outline, not a full manuscript. But I added a few extra sentences to fill it out a little. I recommend reading Romans 6 first and then going through the outline with Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: The Reliability of the Gospels

Click here for more posts in this series. This was the last undergrad research paper I wrote. I think it was one of my best papers, and it is certainly one of my favorites. For the foreseeable future, this will be the last paper I share in this series. Thanks for reading! The Reliability 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 …