Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.2 Timothy 2:15 ESV
I wanted to take a moment to thank you all for taking the time to wonder through the wilderness with me as we study God’s word as it pertains to the Kingdom of God. Your encouragement over the last several weeks has been invaluable and greatly appreciated. I am humbled by the response and look forward to providing more content to you in the near future.
Over the next few weeks, Sara and I will begin a new journey as we are relocating to Ft. Worth, TX. Starting in January 2021, I will begin attending seminary at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, pursuing my Masters in Theological Studies degree, majoring in Cross-Cultural Missions. This is the fulfillment of a lifelong pursuit that the circumstances of the last year have finally made possible for us. God has been so good to us this year and look forward to the next year and beyond with much anticipation of what He will continue to do in and through us going forward.
As such, due to the demands that will be required of us for this relocation, I will be taking a break from writing on a day-to-day basis in order to be a proper partner to my bride and work towards focusing on our relocation efforts, and all of the little tasks that come with that. I may occasionally report on different things or write a short article as time allows, but we will pick back up in November with more consistent publication schedule.
Additionally, I will be preparing a new podcast series that we hope to begin production on in December to plan for release in early 2021. I’m really excited about what God is teaching me in my studies about the Kingdom of God and what it means for the Church at large and how we can mobilize to be more effective for the Kingdom, especially in these trying times that we face.
In the meantime, rest assured that I will continue to pursue my own personal study of the Scriptures as I have time marked out every morning, dedicated to seeking the heart of our Father as revealed in His word. Additionally, know that if you have any prayer needs, I am always available to approach the throne of God with your petitions on your behalf. You can submit any prayer requests you have here.
In conclusion, I encourage you to open the Scriptures for yourself on a daily basis. Study them and seek the heart of the Father. Examine the word not for what you can get out of it, but for what God wants to reveal to you about Him. And remember, the overarching theme of the Scriptures is that He loves you and is always seeking a way to draw His people back to Him.
Grace to you, my friends. For the Kingdom…