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When I Became A Pastor at the Age of 20: What Ministry Can Teach Young Adults

I distinctly remember the day I turned twenty-one. I was pastoring a small church near my family’s home in Florida, and several members of my congregation joked that they now had an “adult” minister at their church. That’s right; I … Continue reading

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Review of New MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

Though I devote this blog to my PhD work, I thought today that I might share a review of the new MacBook Pro. There are several questions surrounding this laptop. How useful is the new Touch Bar? Will its small … Continue reading

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Recent Appearances on the Interwebs

Greetings, readers. My apologies, but I have let this blog slowly die. I swore that I would not do so, but the birth of Sophia, my Ph.D. work, and various ministry opportunities have all (rightly) pushed my attention elsewhere. I … Continue reading

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ETS Highlights: St. Andrews, Southeastern, and the Baptists at ETS

The annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society occurs this upcoming week in San Antonio, Texas. April and I will fly down because I am giving a paper in a church history seminar. Sophia is also going. My parents will … Continue reading

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My Five Productivity Hacks for Online Professors

I have had the opportunity to serve The Baptist College of Florida, my alma mater, for the past several years as an Online Adjunct Professor of Theology. I have many friends who presently serve colleges and seminaries by teaching online in … Continue reading

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Using Household Subscriptions to Save Time and Money

I want to begin by apologizing for not updating the blog recently; April and I have been busy moving to a new flat that will allow us to live closer to my office. It is precisely this move, though, that … Continue reading

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Back to School: Apps to Help You Work Well (Part 2)

Last week I surveyed five apps to increase your productivity while at university. I continue this week with five more. Do feel free to offer your suggestions in the comments below! 6) WordPress– If you are going to maintain a … Continue reading

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Reviewing Helpful Tools for Ph.D. Students: Evernote

For the next several blog posts I will concentrate on some of the tools that I have found helpful in the writing of my Ph.D. thesis. I begin here with Evernote. If you are not familiar Evernote, the software allows … Continue reading

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On Eating Big Elephants Slowly: How to Read A Lot of Books Without Exerting Yourself

I must confess that I am often embarrassed by what I have not read. I have not read Barth’s Church Dogmatics in its entirety. I have not read the Summa Theologica aside from key passages. I have not even finished works in the ANF to … Continue reading

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A Letter to a Young Theologian: This is What I Wrote to the Me of 10 Years Ago (Part 2)

This post is a continuation of what I wrote last week. It describes a letter that I would write to the me of ten years ago. 6. Local church ministry is more difficult than you can imagine, but you must stick with … Continue reading

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