Below are some of my recent written works. They include:

From Law to Logos: Reading St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (Wipf and Stock, 2017)

This is a very short book about a very short letter that will help you become a better reader of Galatians, and other New Testament letters for that matter.

From Law to Logos: Reading St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians is a primer for reading Galatians for all it is worth. The focus of this book is preparing lay Christians to understand Galatians by reading it as a letter, in its entirety, over and over again. At the end of each chapter, the reader is better prepared to read and study Galatians in its literary, historical, and theological context.

You can pick up a copy most places where books are sold, and many places where books are borrowed.

Rhythms of Habit (forthcoming book)

Here is a section of this website dedicated to my forthcoming book, called Rhythms of Habit: The Church Calendar as an Apprenticeship in Holiness. Join me along the way to get a first look at much of the content of that book!

I previously offered these updates as a paid Substack newsletter. I have since made them available for free on my website.

Covenant Essays

I am a contributor for the Covenant blog from The Living Church. Some of my recent essays are linked below. Beginning in January 2024 I also write a monthly column for Covenant called Paideia for Preachers.

Personal Newsletter

I also write a very occasional personal newsletter. Think of it as slower, but still social, media.

Letters from the Headmaster

I occasionally send letters to our school’s parents, students, and faculty. Some of those letters are also linked below.

Podcast Episodes

  • Adrienne Freas’s Classical Education Podcast, on which I spoke about creating and maintaining a virtue-based school community.
  • Virginia Theological Seminary’s TryTank Podcast, on which I discuss (or warn about?!) the impact AI should or should not have on the local church.
  • Jodie Niznik’s So Much More Podcast, on which I talk with Jodie about my dual vocations, Psalm 91, and more.