Hello friends! It’s been a while since I’ve posted an update. This has been due to the hectic nature of last semester and the many other time constraints that have taken precedence. I found out the hard way that I was too ambitious last semester and took too many hours! No worries, though. I did well in all my classes; I just didn’t have much of a life outside of seminary!
Our journey has been exciting and eventful thus far. I’ve had some opportunities to do some pulpit supply work for some churches here in Kentucky and am planning to do more preaching work this year also. I had the privilege of meeting one of my heroes, Dr. John MacArthur, at the Expositor’s Summit in October. It was my first time hearing him in person and I was absolutely thrilled to get to speak to him after one of his lectures. I have been privileged to hear many other well-known speakers as well such as Dr. D.A. Carson and Dr. Michael Youssef.
Katrina and I have enjoyed our break and time back in Tennessee at Christmas, but now it’s time to jump back in to another semester. Today was my first day of classes and I’m pretty excited about this semester. I’m taking fewer classes but the classes I’m taking are more advanced and related to my course of study. I’m taking Greek Exegesis of Matthew with Dr. Jonathan Pennington, Pastoral Ministry with Dr. Hershael York, and Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha with Dr. Jarvis Williams. I’ll be doing a LOT of reading this semester as well as translating passages from the Greek text of Matthew.
Continue praying for us that we will bear the burden of the coming semester wisely and well, that God will continue to open doors of ministry for us and that we will steward our time and opportunities in a way that is pleasing to Christ. Thank you for your continued prayers for us.