Hey Everyone! Thanks for checking out my about me section. 

Soo I’m not big on talking about myself. But since I put myself into this awkward situation, I will comply :).  I’m a Christian, Husband, Father, Son, Brother and then Friend. I love reading the Bible and trying to understand it in its original context. I’ve found that studying Jewish and ancient Greek history have been tremendously helpful in my studies. 

My reason for starting this blog was I enjoy discussing the things of God with believers and unbelievers alike. I thought this would be a fun way to be able to accomplish that. On my blog you’ll be sure to find posts that range from thoughts on Bible passages, Apologetics and current End Time Biblical news. 


This is me in Jerusalem during March of 2016

24 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you for following The Comfortable Coop. I’m glad I always read the “About” page first. The comments here have given me a place to start reading yours. I look forward to getting to know you and your work!

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  2. Hi, and thank you for following my blog. Also thank you for putting something on your “About” page. It’s amazing how many people don’t do that. Blessings!

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  3. Thank you for following my blog, flutterings. I think you have a lot in common with my son. He is a professor at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas. He lived in Israel for nearly ten years while he received his doctorate at Ben Gurion University in BeerSheva. While in Israel, he learned much about the early church. He has also studied ancient Greek and Hebrew. He too loves to read the Bible and understand it in its original context. He is an in-depth researcher.
    I dearly loved your post, “A Voice in the Wilderness.” It rings of great truth and hope. My husband and I have personally had this experience of living for a while in a “wilderness” of sorts. God made it clear to us that he was refining us. It has proved to us that we can reach a spiritual high point while we are at the same time experiencing a low point physically, mentally and emotionally. God will never leave us or forsake us.
    Thank you.

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    1. I think your right, your son sounds like someone i would love to spend time with. I cant imagine the blessing it is to live in Israel for 10 years and study at Ben Gurion University. What favor the Lord has put over his life. That is a dream of mine, to live in Israel and learn the Word of God deeper and deeper. If the Lord permits, i hope it becomes a reality some day.

      I’m blessed to know this post spoke to your heart. I believe its mature believers in Christ like you and your husband who really understand and cherish times in the wilderness with the Lord. I think of all the men and woman in the Bible who have also had their wilderness experiences, like King David, and how you see the work God was doing in their lives and the fruit that came from it. No doubt the Lord does the same thing in our lives today, just as you mentioned.

      Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts.

      God bless

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  4. Thanks for liking the post on The Ruminant Scribe. I appreciate your taking the time to visit and to read about the carol While You Were Sleeping. I also am glad that you visited since it prompted me to come to your site. I read America the Beautiful and that is one powerful poem. It certainly goes hand in glove with the message of the Casting Crowns’ carol. Again, thanks for stopping by. I look forward to seeing more on your blog. Blessings to you in 2017.

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