In addition to teaching Ancient and Medieval Church History at Covenant Theological Seminary, I also get invited to speak and teach in churches across the country.
I have been invited to speak and teach on topics related to church history, racial reconciliation, abuse, and liturgy. I can also ably teach on the doctrine of God, of Christ, and the Sacraments. I regularly consult with pastors and church leaders on the topics of church polity and responding to abuse. Some of my recent engagements are listed below.
If you would like to talk about me speaking at your church or organization, please contact me.
Providence Presbyterian Reformation Conference
I recently spoke at a Reformation conference in Salisbury, MD. It was a delightful experience. I thoroughly recommend this church if you are ever on the Eastern Shore.
The title of my lectures was, “The Ancient and Medieval Roots of the Protestant Reformation.” You can watch them below.
School of Discipleship: Trinity Presbyterian Church
This fall (2021) I’ve been teaching a Sunday School Class, via Zoom, for Trinity Presbyterian Church in Seattle, WA. In the class we’ve covered the first 450 years of the history of the Church. If you would like for me to do a Sunday School or other type of adult Christian Education class, please contact me.
The Liturgy Collective
I was invited to participate at the Liturgy Collective conference in Nashville this fall. My role was to help plan the worship services, especially in writing the liturgies. My involvement in the conference was an offshoot of planning worship for General Assembly, where I had the privilege to work with Sandra McCracken and her husband Tim Nicholson. After working with Sandra and Tim at GA, he invited me to participate in this conference, which I was happy to do. If you are a church musician or worship leader, I highly recommend attending this conference next year!
PCA General Assembly
I was on the host committee for the General Assembly this year, and my role was to be in charge of all the worship services. I was especially involved in the Tuesday and Thursday services. I wrote the liturgies for both of those services and worked hand-in-hand with the musicians to produce worship services that were glorifying to God and edifying to his people. One of the highlights of my life was to celebrate the Eucharist for the 4,000+ attendees on Tuesday night. What an honor!