Singles Discover: All Blog Posts
We Have Never Been Here Before
Yesterday was a dark day in American history. Deep cave, not being able to see your hand in front of your face kind of dark.
A Day at The Hermitage
A few years ago, I was in Nashville, Tennessee for a weekend speaking engagement at a wonderful church in the Nashville area. Being an avid lover of American history, I decided to tour The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson.
The Odds Are Not in Our Favor
For a brief stint of my life, I spent some time in sales—specifically, as a financial advisor and insurance specialist. I worked for a great company and made meaningful friendships. With that being said, I am so thankful to be back in full time ministry!
Drawing Back but Pressing On
One of the most poignant images of Scripture is portrayed the very night our Lord was prophetically arrested in Gethsemane’s Garden.
The Un-Acknowledging Learner?
Are we in the end times? Has 2020 been the year to solve the apocryphal clues, codes, and mysteries?
Making Our Election Sure
It has been an absolutely crazy presidential election. Did we honestly believe it would not be?
The Full Message of New Life
I have always been intrigued by a message an angel of the Lord gave to the apostles in Acts 5: 20. To fully grasp its magnitude, we must set the scene.
Activating Armed Forces
I have always been fascinated by the power, precision, and promptness of America’s military. It can respond to imminent danger or trouble on a dime. Within a matter of moments, armed forces can attack or defend from anywhere in the world.
“You violated our sovereignty”—woeful words that constitute an act of war. When a nation believes another nation has violated their sovereignty, planes are fueled, and bombs are loaded. Soldiers lace up their boots and ships steer their rudders into the winds of danger.
What Would You Spend?
Did you hear about the latest purchase out of Boston, Massachusetts this week? RR Auction is an auctioneer firm that specializes in selling rare artifacts and items in national and international auctions. On Saturday, a transaction finalized that was unique, even for RR’s specialized standards.
Trusting the Engineer
Old church signs have become things of the past. Catchy marquees have faded into distant memories. Most have been replaced by electronic message screens or simple signage. Call me “old school”, but I still enjoy a messaged marquee from time to time.
Nothing owed, but everything offered
Early one morning this week, I was at the gym huffing and puffing on an elliptical. This has become my new workout routine. I appreciate the...
Get to know Jacob
Help us welcome Jacob Hawk to the staff at Prestoncrest! Jacob came on board in May of 2020 as our Young Adults Minister...