Greetings! Thanks for visiting the site.
Like you, I wear a lot of hats. I am a husband, father, grandfather, pastor, professor, and author. I am the Director of the Bachelor of Applied Theology program at California Baptist University. I serve as a pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church in Riverside, CA.
Also like you, I strive to live faithfully before God and others. I strive to walk in a manner worthy of my calling in Christ–24/7. And I need encouragement. If you do, too, then you may find some here. At least, that’s my hope.
I will share resources and insights which focus on serving Christ’s church (God’s covenant people)–encouraging believers to live out their calling in the everyday world we inhabit. A different way to say this is that our theology is meant to be applied to life–thus, AppliedTheology.
I am also concerned for the persecuted church, so I will point you to some updates and resources. We can be encouraged by these faithful brothers and sisters suffering on account of Christ. In many ways, their lives exemplify Applied Theology–living out their calling in Christ in real time.
Finally, I will from time to time throw in some pictures of God’s glorious creation. These pictures (like my header pic) are not professional, so don’t judge harshly. Just enjoy the beauty.
Have a nice day !
Do you do any public speaking? We are having a concert of prayer for the sanctity of life and after some passages in your blog, I thought that you would be and excellent choice to speak at this years event. Please contact me if you would be interested in speaking at our COP.
wow seven kids, two adopted, you are truly blessed! All thanks and praise be to God!!
Thanks for visiting ‘Unwalled”……I’m happy that my post “Don’t…….’ was a blessing to you……..May God richly bless you and your family as you seek to serve Him and others……shalom!……Kim
Greg, I’ve just started posting at VOP (Testimonies inspired by Saeed) and read your “Persecution/Social Policy” post as well as the link to Holmes piece at Heritage. I have a few questions for you and maybe a better way to think about “Zero Intolerance.” How can I reach you (email)? You can reach me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A bit about me here:
Stephen V. Anderson. “500 Years of Calvin: An Assessment of the Human Condition” On Faith, an Online Journal of the Washington Post and Newsweek. August 8, 2010. (http://newsweek.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/guestvoices/2010/08/500_years_of_calvin_an_assessment_of_the_human_condition.html).
Stephen V. Anderson. “Unity: The Best Case for God” On Faith, an Online Journal of the Washington Post and Newsweek. October 13, 2009. (http://newsweek.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/guestvoices/2009/10/unity_the_best_case_for_god.html).