On the lookout – for the leading Holy Spirit

MeerkatNow that my dissertation is finished and I am awaiting final comments from my faculty advisors at the Haggard School of Theology, I am turning my face toward the Lord in a new way.  It’s new in the sense that it is something that needs an increased urgency because of the "tyranny" of the realities that everyone has to face in life – finances and responsibility.  Add to that the complexities of denominational churches that have many hoops for a leader to see and jump through in order to simply serve within their context.  That’s part of a much longer story…but suffice to say, that’s about all I’m going to say on that subject.  I’m massively enjoying my part-time, adjunct teaching at APU for the Biblical Studies department…but it is only a part-time job that accompanies a part-time salary…so there must be more.  So, I’m on the lookout…the Spirit is moving in the world…my world…our world.  I want to simply catch the wave of what God is already doing and see how the gifts and passions I have can contribute to that movement.  So, if you would honor me with your prayers that I would have ears to hear and eyes to see and a heart that is patient and trusting.  Yep, there is definitely more to come with this…stay tuned!

One thought on “On the lookout – for the leading Holy Spirit

  1. “Therefore, say to the Israelites: ‘I am the LORD, and I will bring you out from under the yoke of the Egyptians. I will free you from being slaves to them, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with mighty acts of judgment.”

    I am praying for you indeed!


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