About Me

God called me into the ministry over 20 years ago and I have had the blessed opportunity to preach for a church radio broadcast, served as a Sunday School teacher, served as a youth director along with my wife, as a music director, as an Associate Pastor, and as an Interim Pastor.

 I prefer a traditional country church worship service, where the 1611 King James Version (KJV) is utilized, and the music comes from the old red back church hymnal.  

My favorite style of music is Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Gospel, but I do enjoy some Praise / Worship, and Contemporary Christian music as well.

I retired from the US Navy as a Chief Hospital Corpsman in 2019 after over thirty years of combined active and reserve service. 

My wife and I attend worship services at the First Church of God Madison, in Madison AL.

A church service does not need to be so rigid that it follows a strict regime. Too many churches pass out a "menu" of what and how the service will go. There needs to be an order in a worship service, but when a man starts dictating everything that goes on during the service, it leaves out the opportunity for the Holy Spirit to move. And, if the Holy Spirit cannot move in the service, hearts will not be touched, and souls may not be saved

It is up to the individual Christian to dutifully study God's Word, talk to the Father in prayer, and listen for the Holy Spirit to speak revelation of the Scriptures to you. I only present what I believe that the Lord has given to me during my time in study and prayer. We need to get back to the basics of God's Word and what Christ has done and is doing for us. True Christian prosperity comes from a right spiritual relationship with the Lord, not in how big our church may be, how many church members we may have, or how financially wealthy we are. We are to lay up our treasures in Heaven, not here on earth (Matthew 6:19-20).


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