My friend, Chris Marchand, wanted to catch up and talk about some of my professional undertakings on his Post-Consumer Reports podcast.
I produced some free video meditations by several renowned scholars for Logos Mobile Education. Take a look! On this web page, there’s also a compilation video course on Easter that comes with an Activities resource that I designed and wrote. The Easter course comes with the video meditations with accompanying materials that integrate with Logos Bible Software.
I had the privilege of preaching on Psalm 124 at St. Brendan’s Anglican Church in Bellingham a couple of Sundays back (in front of a bishop, no less!—and was not excommunicated). Here is the text of the thing.
It’s nice to connect with the place of study that equipped me to accomplish this task, and an honor to see it mentioned in the school’s magazine. Thanks, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School!
What a privilege it is to take on work from a diverse group of publishers, each possessing not only a distinct approach to communicating truth, but in my current projects, at least, a diversity of disciplines from which to glean. Proofreading and copyediting for Baker has presented opportunities to stay in touch with theology and biblical studies. Logos is giving me the opportunity to keep up my Hebrew-English interlinear alignment skills. Baylor is getting me further into linguistics. Together with taking on style handbooks and the rules of editing, I find that my work is a continuation of my education—only this time, I’m getting paid while I learn, rather than paying. Thanks be to God!
The Hebrew–English Interlinear ESV Old Testament
It is scheduled to come out in November. I am credited as the General Editor. It could be said that this is my life’s work.