What happens when there’s no time for theological education?
By Norman Jameson
Even while thriving on the staff of three North Carolina Baptist organizations — first as an information technology guru, then in church relations — Shane Nixon always wanted to be a pastor.
He felt called to it. He loved to preach and he studied preaching and preachers like a lion studies the habits of antelope around a watering hole. He still listens to two sermons daily as a spiritual discipline, intent on the style and substance of preachers from across the theological spectrum. Continue reading →