Over the years, internships have had an incalculable impact on my life and ministry. Men have invested in me through internships in countless profitable ways. Right now, we are working hard at First Baptist Gadsden to see this beautiful, historic, traditional church thrive in a way that makes it healthy for future generations. What we are seeking to do
“I love reading the Bible until I get to all those begats!”
I hear this quote–or something like it–all the time as a pastor. I completely understand where folks are coming from. Sometimes Biblical genealogies seem a little tedious–and can make Bible reading quite difficult. However, I want you to know that those genealogies matter!
In the book of Genesis,
Dear Fellow Pastor,
Let me guess: last Sunday–Easter Sunday–was awesome. It was for us. Everybody showed up! And they brought people with them! I preached to more people than I have ever preached to as a senior pastor. The worship was fantastic. The fellowship was wonderful. Everyone was wearing pastel and seersucker and hats–and many even had on bow
I want to point you to the sermons I preached on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. They were titled “The Death of the Son of God” and “The Resurrection of the Son of God,” respectively. These sermons will provide the listener with a concise description of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
If you have any questions about these sermons, e-mail
We have just finished up a very busy March at First Baptist Church. We had several events leading up to the culmination of the month–Easter Sunday. The Lord has been very kind to us this month.
We had a fantastic concert with Matt Scott a few weeks back. Then, we had a wonderful Easter Egg Hunt with many from the