This blog is primarily concerned with my own personal journey through Christianity. I was raised Mormon, left the church as a teenager and joined independent, Word-of-Faith, Evangelicalism. It was nearly 20 years later that I discovered my true home in the Eastern Orthodox Church. This blog is partially my experiences of the journey as it happens as well as a compilation of various theological and philosophical wrangling.
I hold a BA in Pastoral Ministry and a M.Th in Theological and Historical Studies from Oral Roberts University. I am currently working on a MA in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern State University.
Besides formal studies, I’ve spent the better part of my adult life studying music, languages, and philosophy. If trapped on an island with only 3 books at my disposal I would take the Bible, the Philokalia and the collected works of Soren Kierkegaard (okay, that’s more like 40 books total, but…).