Category: Missionary Musings

  • Church Isn’t About You

    Currently I am preaching through the book of 1 Timothy on Sunday mornings and evenings. We are down to 6:3-5 which describe the danger of false doctrine. There are many characteristics of false doctrine, but one of the clearest is this…… Church is all about you By this I mean the church service is about […]

  • A Re-Opened Door

    In 2018 the Lord allowed me to begin tutoring boys twice a week at a local school in reading groups. It was one of the most fulfilling and fun ministries in Saint Vincent as I saw them develop a love for reading just like I developed at a young age. The suddenly it was taken […]

  • The World Cannot Make You Happy

    Ecclesiastes 1:2 Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities; all is vanity. A few weeks ago I finished the audio version of “Irreversible Damage” by Abigail Shrier which researches the huge growth of teen girls experiencing gender disphoria (deciding they want to be boys). Shrier does an excellent job of explaining this growth […]

  • Why You Need Breaks

    Almost a year ago I arrived back in Saint Vincent on August 30 2021 following my medical furlough which included two cataract surgeries. I came home twenty-pounds heavier to a very happy dog 🙂 My medical furlough was frustrating because it meant leaving ministry for eight weeks…. But in the long-term it was a blessing […]

  • Why You Need a Review Day

    Next Monday I began my fall teaching schedule at Baptist Bible College of the Caribbean. First is a class on Historic Books from September 5-16, and then a Church History class from October 17-November 14. This year is meaningful because it’s the beginning of their Senior year! So I evaluated my teaching technique by going […]