Education: I’m working on that education right now, haha! When I am done with school, I will have a Bachelor of Arts degree in senior ministry. I plan to move on to achieve my Master’s degree, and eventually shoot for a Doctorate.
Comment to those looking at my sermons: Take heed to the Word of God. if you have any questions whatsoever, please feel free to contact me. I accept all comments, questions, and criticisms. I need the advice!
Family: I am currently an 18 year old college student at North east Ohio Bible College in East Liverpool, Ohio. I think Ill keep the family part of my life until down the road a bit. Haha! I have wonderful parents, and I am the oldest of four children.
What my parents think of my sermons: Mom and dad arent faithfully practicing Christians, but they understand everything. they are a little surprised that their son has decided to answer the call. They havent really heard one of my sermons yet. Well, I take that back. dad hasnt, but mom has. She said I sound good.
What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Spouse? What spouse? I don’t even have a date for Friday night! Haha!
Best advice given to me about preaching: Dress casually, when you feel compelled too. If the crowd can be comfortable, why cant the speaker be? At funerlas and weddings, its a little different. But there is nothing wrong with a nice polo shirt on an occasional sunday morning.
Hobbies: I have alot of hobbies, including going racing. I love the motorsport of mud racing. I also enjoy playing tennis, watching high school football games, and watching high school wrestling matches. I used to wrestle myself. I was a member of the W.Va. State High School Championship wrestling team one year. I enjoy reading, and working with others, too.
If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Jesus loves you, guys. It’s as simple as that. He just wants you to love him back!
Something funny that happened while preaching: The first sermon I ever preached was to my home congregation of New Manchester Christian Church. I was nervous as all could be. I spilled my communion cup on my white khaki pants right before I was to get up and preach. I tried not to pay any attention to it while I was speaking, and the congregation told me I covered well.
What I want on my tombstone: Peperoni and chesse.