I am married to one of the most intelligent men I’ve ever known. Sometimes it can be frustrating (like when I’m trying to “win” a discussion by throwing out useless facts and figures), but most often it is enlightening and refreshing to be married to someone who is knowledgeable on a plethora of subjects.
When we got married, I had no idea he was “called to preach”. He shared that little tidbit with me about a month after our wedding day in a Baptist book store. Although I had always considered myself a ‘Christian’ and could talk the talk, I was shocked and replied, “I’m not “called” to be a preacher’s wife!” And he told me firmly, “If you married me, you are.” So, like most everything else about him, I accepted it and eventually embraced it. We have been married for over 6 years now and I am so thankful that he is a rock solid man of God. It is because of his testimony that I got saved when I was pregnant with our son. Our mission now is to see all three of our children saved at a young age (our eldest has made a profession of faith) and to disciple them and train them up to be Godly girls and boy. That sounded wierd, but we only have one boy.
I told you all of that simply to say this: my husband has started a blog here. It’s called “Foundations in Truth” and will be bibliocentric and focus on the Genesis account of Creation. He’s quite well read on this and has done several teachings in our Church on the Genesis account – the kids in our JR Church loved the series. This is a ministry for us – something that when we are able to, we’d like to share around the world. If you are so inclined, check him out and let him know you were there. Bookmark him, because I promise you, if you are the least bit interested in Creation, you will be riveted.
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