I’m always asked for sites and books I recommend to ministers that help with the study and proper exegesis of the Bible. I reviewed old emails to find a harmony to the lists. Sometimes the answers change dependent upon the situation but by far and large here is the Top List of Resources for Bible Study!
Recommended resources and a tiny bit about why I like the resource.
So what have I been up to lately? I’ll gladly inform you.
There has been heavy transition, growth and all around good lately. Sold a home for profit, moved closer to the office, less than 1.5 miles from the office, we took our first family vacation to somewhere other than the South to see family—that will happen more often now. We held our bi-annual BBQ for Montbello; a diverse community in Denver, CO, where our church plant is located. Epiphany has grown from this evangelistic effort and we’re striking while the iron’s hot in that regard and continuing outreaches and sermon series which encourage and facilitate growth.
It’s just been interesting lately. From a productivity perspective, I’ve been assisting my wife DeLonda with her organization Women Resting In God’s Grace (WRIGG)—a place of encouragement, support, and retreat for women in leadership. I’ve been helping with copy, language for a unified message and story, even looking for a few acres of land here in Colorado with mountain views for her Retreat Center—that’s an inspiring story for another time.
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It’s a wild ride and I’ve been negligent to say the least in regards to PragmaticPastor.com. While I will not be taking on any more clients for the time being; 2 e-Courses are available on-demand and I will dedicate to posting at least 1x a month on the blog. Providing tools, tips, and value you expect from PragmaticPastor.com, which will move the needle on your success meter.
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