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My robe with my Grandpa’s Celtic cross, and a set of his doctoral bars.

Just recently I finished my doctoral thesis and officially completed all of my requirements for my D. Min. at Fuller Theological Seminary.

 

This day has been a long time coming, five years, to be exact. I applied for this program in the summer of 2012. Almost exactly five years later I finished.

 

Let me be honest with you. Continue Reading…

We began the first day of class in our DMin program today.

My first day of school!

My first day of school!

It’s been an exciting experience so far, but it’s been intimidating as well. Continue Reading…

 

Inertia – the resistance of any physical object to a change in its state of motion or rest, or the tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion.

We are inertial beings.

Notice how the dummies continue moving even when the car stops. That’s inertia at work.

Two weeks ago, I started eating my primal diet again. I started eating healthier foods back in March, but since May, I’ve been pretty inconsistent. After finishing all my traveling with vacations, summer camp, and conferences, I decided to get back on the wagon again. Continue Reading…

A Big Announcement

August 18, 2012 — 2 Comments

At the beginning of this week, I officially became a doctoral student.

This is less than a third of the books I need to read for our class in January. The rest are on my iPad.

Earlier this year, I enrolled in Fuller Theological Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry program. I applied for the Missional Leadership cohort. The program is a professional doctorate, not a PhD. I will work on this degree while continuing to work at First Presbyterian Church. Continue Reading…