About Me

Thank you so much for visiting my blog! I began blogging in 2007 and since then have posted hundreds of articles, many of which remain archived here. With so much information available on the internet, I am humbled that you are here and hope you find something of value during your visit. I write mainly about theological topics from the perspective of the Baptist tradition. Occasionally I also touch on the economy, politics and social issues, always from a Christian point of view. From time to time I even get personal and let my readers know about what's going on with my precious family.

The rise of social media has made the world seem like a much smaller place and  I have been blessed to meet people from across the United States and around the world. We are only just beginning to understand the power of social media and I for one am excited about it! The potential to connect with others across the planet is amazing. Visitors to my site come from over 130 nations around the globe from all walks of life. 

Last year my family and I relocated to Valdosta, GA where I began my ministry at Northside Baptist Church as Education and Evangelism Pastor in January of 2016. I also serve as the Sunday School director for the Valdosta Baptist Association beginning in April 2016 and am a member of the Board of Visitors for Truett McConnell University which I began in October 2016. We enjoy hosting friends for dinner where we enjoy our meals and time of fellowship. 

My education credentials include Bachelor of Science in Management (National-Louis University), Master of Business Administration - Finance (Keller Graduate School of Management), Master of Religious Education (Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity, formerly Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary), and Doctor of Education from 
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. The title of my thesis is "Epistemological Development In Pre-Ministry Undergraduates Attending Secular Universities" which was successfully defended October 2015.  

I have not written a personal doctrinal statement but I fully support the Baptist Faith and Message 2000, the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, and the various ministries of the Georgia Baptist and Southern Baptist Conventions. I am a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, am a signatory to the Manhattan Declaration, and affirm the Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. I use a number of English translations for study though primarily teach from the ESV (English Standard Version). On occasion, I also teach from the NASB, HCSB, and NKJV.

In addition to my blog, you can also find me on these other social media platforms: InstagramTwitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. I am happy to connect and love meeting new people. Also, comments on my posts are welcome. In fact, I encourage them!  The more discussion the better.  

The opinions I express here are my own and not reflective of any organization with which I may be affiliated. Opinions expressed by others either in comments or as a guest post are the author's and do not necessarily reflect my own views on the topic at hand.

Chris