About

I am the husband of one and the father of two.  I am currently serving as the pastor of Towaliga Baptist Church in Jackson, Georgia.  Before that, I was a student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky where I graduated in 2009.

Half of what I post here is overflow from sermons and the other half is my opinion on a variety of subjects.  That’s where the title Pastoral Ramblings comes from.  Whether you’re here for the pastoral, the ramblings or both I hope you leave with a laugh or something to think about.  If you would like to contact me you can do so at [email protected]

Here are a few posts that might help you to get acquainted with the site.

Donuts Are Good For You

Would That Be Okay?

Your Best Halloween Now: An Exegetical Analysis Of America’s Most Awkward Holiday

What Every Kid Needs To Hear But Most Parents Aren’t Saying

Nine People You Will Meet On Facebook

Tool Box

The Southern Lexicon

A Better Test Of Your Southernicity

Thanks again for stopping by.

Jay

 

7 thoughts on “About

  1. I like your article “Why parents need to hear their kids cuss”. I would bet the word in question was “doody”, aka poop, not “duty”. Keep up the good writing!

  2. Thanks for the good work Jason. I am a fellow blogger. http://www.thewearyvoter.com I enjoyed your article about calling people uneducated. I am linking your article as a resource inside of my article. My article is entitled “Words Mean Things.” Just wanted to give you a heads up. I’m a fairly new blogger so it may or may not help your visits. Thanks.
    Kevin

  3. I respectfully ask that you read the verse before Matthew 24:36. Clearly Jesus is talking about the end of the world. Even so, Jesus ascended into heaven, sat at the right hand of God, descended and gave John new Revelation in the book of revelation. God makes it clear that he uses the sun, moon, stars, and constellations that he created for signs and seasons (appointed times). So my question to you is, what will you say to God when you are before him if these people are right? These people, right or wrong, are watchmen on the wall, not false prophets. Be careful that you don’t stifle the Holy Spirit. That’s dangerous!!!!! We disagree, but God bless you!

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