Judging When It’s Appropriate To Be Silent

Preachers are often an outspoken sort on many issues. Our most public duty is one consisting of speaking. Therefore, our ability as public a speaker is often, though not always fairly, the impression people receive and form of our job performance as a whole. Some, however, myself included, would do well to realize just how … Continue reading Judging When It’s Appropriate To Be Silent

Before Using Greek in Sermons & Bible Studies …

I confess myself not the philologist I'd wish to be when handling texts in classical languages. Though, due to the resources I have amassed in my personal library, I feel confident enough in the expertise of others more learned than myself whenever I invoke explanation of the original text, particularly relevant to the New Testament … Continue reading Before Using Greek in Sermons & Bible Studies …

Looking Back on a Year of Living with Clinical Anxiety

I've been so grateful recently to see those who've stepped up for mental health awareness (e.g. Prince William, Princess Kate, and Prince Harry) and the attention it has received due to celebrities having passed away who fought it (e.g. Carrie Fisher). To be clear, I had always felt sympathetic for those who've struggled with mental … Continue reading Looking Back on a Year of Living with Clinical Anxiety