Purpose

My goal for Time Redemption could be considered selfish in a way. As a recent seminary grad, and now actively serving the Body of Christ in the humbling opportunity as an assistant pastor, there are numerous biblical doctrines, principles, and applications that I would like to research deeper in order to formulate a working ministry philosophy. It is my hope that this blog will help me to be more concise in how I formulate and put into writing what I believe the Bible has to say concerning various doctrines and how we apply such doctrinal truth to our lives. I am thankful for the greater body of Christ and welcome thoughts and concerns along the way. The only directive is that both my comments as well as those of the reader are in line with Paul’s command in Colossians 4:6–“Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer each person.” If this takes place, whether we are writing on a blog, cellphone, or talking face-to-face with others, we will indeed be fulfilling Paul’s immediately previous command one verse earlier to “make the best use of our time” (Col. 4:5b)–or as the KJV words it, “Redeeming the time.”

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