>Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil . . . ~ Ecclesiastes 4.9
As you notice in the new title “Pilgrims and Pastors,” the blog, it is a changin’. “Why the new title?,” you may be asking. Well, because the former title was singular and didn’t make sense any more now that there are two authors for this blog!
I am very happy to introduce to you Pastor Jeremy Jones. Jeremy is the Associate Pastor at Reformed Presbyterian Church where I have just been called. From listening to many of his sermons and from our conversations, I knew that I had to invite him to write with me here and to share his thoughts. I have been blessed by him and I know you will be too. You will soon be able to learn more about Jeremy when his bio is completed, which you will find above at the “About Jeremy” tab.
So, we needed a new title to reflect the new situation. I didn’t want the new situation, however, to be divorced from the brief history of “A Pilgrim’s Redress,” so I kept the “pilgrim” theme since it is so important to the Bible’s description of Jesus Christ and his church. But I also wanted to reflect the new situation in that I am about to be ordained as a minister, which is a big step in my pilgrimage that has taken a lot of blood, sweat and tears. Therefore, since Jeremy and I are Christian pilgrims and will soon be writing as pastors, I thought the new title “Pilgrims & Pastors” was rather fitting.
For now the url will remain what it is, but that will be changing in the near future, so stay tuned!