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.



5 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.

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