Mentoring Uniquely Defined

Writing Mentor for Life: Finding Purpose through Intentional Discipleship has given me the opportunity to address mentoring from a perspective of intentional discipleship. This is the definition I’ve offered:   In short, I’m addressing mentoring for God’s kingdom purposes as intentional discipleship. This is unique because: The mentoring stories and experiences shared are relational andContinue reading “Mentoring Uniquely Defined”

VBLOG: My Journey Through Seminary

Hi Folks, I was so thankful for the opportunity to share my testimony as one of the student speakers during the May 17, 2014 Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Commencement in Charlotte, NC. Gordon-Conwell has now made this video available to the public. The first student speaker is Andrew R. Anderson (M.Div). He is moving to becomeContinue reading “VBLOG: My Journey Through Seminary”

#RacialRec: Raising the Voices of African American Professors

Today, I raise the voice of African American professors. Dr. Derek Hicks is the Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture at Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity. His recently released his first book, Reclaiming Spirit in the Black Faith Tradition through Palgrave Macmillan. Dr. Jim Logan is the Professor and Department Head, Urban Christian Studies,Continue reading “#RacialRec: Raising the Voices of African American Professors”