Where have I been?
I know you’ve missed me. (Well, I’m sure that’s dreaming on my part.) Either way, I wanted to let you in on why my post have dried up like a raindrop in the Saharan sand. Over the past few months, I’ve experienced some major life-changes. For example, I transitioned from pastoring a church to teaching Bible and History at a Christian School. I’m love this new area of ministry! (Teaching in a Christian school that places a premium on academics from a biblical worldview scratches my itch for ministry and my inner nerdiness.) But I’ve found out that teaching takes a bunch of time!
On top of teaching full-time, I am working on my Master of Arts in History from Liberty University and with the occasional pulpit supply opportunity mixed in here or there. (Yea, I know. I guess I’m a glutton for a bloated schedule.) By now, you’ve figured out, where I’ve been at, right?
What does all that mean?
I’m still here, um…kind of. I’m still writing almost every day, but with the busyness of my schedule I can’t post as often as I would like. However, I will still post occasionally. Posts may range from a reflection from God’s Word to immersion foot casualties sustained in the Battle of Attu during World War II. (No joke, I just finished an eight-page research paper on this topic, but I’ll spare you. Trust me. You’ll thank me later.)
Considering all this, I’m not sure what direction this blog will take or how frequent my post will appear. It will always be Christ-centered, but it may lean to more of the historical side of things. Well, it is HIS-tory, right? (Too cheesy? I couldn’t resist.) But in all seriousness, I am learning, so much about how God’s hand of providence has shaped our world. I’d love to share it with you!
What about you?
Have you experienced any life-changing events, which has led you in uncertain directions? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below. Or say, hello. I love it when people, say hello.