I was just starting my apologetic reading this morning, which I’m behind on, when I saw Johnny D live streaming his morning sermon. Johnny D is a San Antonio pastor who used to (maybe still does) do some of the chapel sermons at Cornerstone Christian School and hosted a Bible study called the Anchor I … More Time, replacements, and orphans.
Hey guys and gals Week one is underway of the Apologetics classes. Currently Apol500 and Apol502. (intro and history of apologetics respectively). Did you know that word doesn’t think apologetics is a word? It makes writing it constantly really annoying (I know I know just add it to word’s dictionary…I hate adding things). Most of … More Apologetics- Week 1 take aways.
When I started applying to seminary, I asked my best friends’ dad to fill out my pastoral recommendation. He agreed readily, excited to see how I would unfold but he gave me a piece of advice early in that conversation. He told me that the devil would do anything he could to prevent another effective … More Staying a Christian in Seminary.
A Pastor that I like once posted something on Facebook that said something along the lines of “You don’t have to go to a seminary or have an expensive degree and be taught how to preach. You just take the fire and spread it.” That is true for many people but the rest of us; … More A Penny for Your Faith
Hello everyone, My name is Preston the Nomad and I would like to welcome you to Nomadic Faith. I wanted to take a moment to give you a background of me and what I envision for this site and the church I hope to establish after seminary. I was raised in San Antonio, Texas. I … More The Beginning of Something Beautiful
The Church is not a building. It has nothing to do with Sundays, perfect attendance, or how close you sit to the preacher (this may not have been a thing everywhere but in the megachurch that I grew up in, it was status). The Church is a state of being. The second you welcome Christ … More Churches aren’t buildings.