- Greenville Presbyterian Theological SeminaryMasters of Divinity, 2010 - present
- Texas A&M UniversityMechanical Engineering, 2005 - 2010
The Benefit of a Large Family: “Pack-Life” | Ordinary Pastor
I've always enjoyed those scenes in the old Westerns when a guy walks into a saloon. You know what happens next; the music stops, conversati
Post-Mortem on the 41st General Assembly of the PCA
After a couple of days to reflect on it, and to seek to explain it to friends who weren't there, I have concluded that the event was not as
My 7-Day Workweek Experiment (and Why I Won't Stick With It)
For the first two weeks of last month, I religiously tried to follow a new routine I created for myself: a 7-day work week routine. The idea
Texas becomes first state to require warrant for e-mail snooping
Gov. Rick Perry signed HB 2268 on June 14, and it takes effect immediately.
Thankful People are Happy People | HeadHeartHand Blog
God is using psychologists to confirm the Bible's teaching about giving making us happier than receiving (Acts 20:35), and to increase grati
Supreme Court won’t let farmer dodge Monsanto’s patented seeds
Justices rule 9-0 that Indiana farmer can't rely on a "blame-the-bean defense."
Viacom v. YouTube ruling is a bummer for Google and the UGC community
The new appellate decision in looks like a loss for Google and the UGC community.
Google's Dead Sea Scrolls project: why putting parchment & papyr...
In bringing the Dead Sea Scrolls into the cloud via an interface so user-friendly that even a humanities professor can navigate it, Google h