Education: I graduated from Mitchell High School in 1995. After a long time out of school, I am presently going to Crichton College working on my Bachlors in business (Prayerfully, graduation in the Fall of 2003. My future plans are to attend Interdenominational Thelogical Center in Atlanta, GA for my Master of Divinity and Doctor of Thelolgy.
Comment to those looking at my sermons: My writen sermons are not long, so I get right to the point. I want to give God all the room he needs to do what he wants to do.
Sermon or series that made a difference: Just about everything by Bishop T.D. Jakes
Taken Authorty by Bishop Eddie Long
Dominion Campmeeting by Rod Parsely
Family: I’m single (looking and waiting for that Godly helpmate), have no kids (but I’ve "adopted" the kids I work with at the church). All of my Family all live in the city of Memphis and we are a close net group of folks!
What my parents think of my sermons: My mom is my biggest supporter in the ministry. She says that my sermon are a blessing and that God is blessing his people through them.
Best advice given to me about preaching: "Don’t beat the Holy Spirit to the pulpit, and don’t let Him beat you back to your seat" in other words always be lead by the Spirit in ALL that you do! If you have a heart for the calling that God has for your life, God will never leave you without somehting to say that will minister to someone! (Even if it one!)
Books that have had an impact: "So You Call Yourself A Man" By Bishop T.D. Jakes (every man should read this book)
"David" by Charles Swindoll (The best telling of David’s life that out there)
Hobbies: I love to read (of course), travel, basketball, listen to all kinds of music, graphic design work (have a business called Elohim Designs), love to share the Word of God with his people, cook, watch TV (and not just TBN), to stay at the feet of God and learn.
If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Jeremiah 29:11 THE BEST IS YET TO COME!!!!
Something funny that happened while preaching: Nothing out of the way has happen yet...but I’m sure that it will, just to keep me humble! :)
What I want on my tombstone: FAITHFUL SERVANT TO GOD AND HIS PEOPLE