About TENNESSEE CHRISTIAN NEWS ™
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Available for speaking engagements
I’m available to speak at your church, ministry or other organization. Email me at journalnewsroom (at) gmail.com for details. Topics may include Christian formation, organizational communications, current events through a Christian worldview, dealing with the press, and more. I’m a professional journalist and hold a master’s degree in business administration.
My online journal will provide news with a Christian worldview. My emphasis is providing news of interest to Christians in Tennessee, but I will provide national and world news as well. I ALSO PROVIDE NEWS ON CHRISTIAN BOOKS.
I started this Christian news site to fill a need I perceived to be missing — applying journalistic reporting to the Christian scene around the state. I pray for God to bless this ministry.
I was baptized in June 2009 after knowing about Jesus but not knowing Jesus. As a messed up person following a perfect creator, I am still on a quest to learn about my savior. I am nondenominational, although I attend a Methodist church. I believe in the Trinity. I believe in the Nicene Creed. Jesus is the co-creator, the son of God, begotten, not made, of one Being with the Father and the Holy Spirit. Jesus is the only way to salvation.
I’m a reporter at a Middle Tennessee community newspaper. I love writing, the art of crafting words together in unique ways to make beautiful stories that people want to consume.
I live in Murfreesboro but am a native of East Tennessee. My undergrad degree is from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville: Go Vols! I have a degree from Bryan College as well.
My freelance work includes editing a real estate investment book and writing online training materials for small-business owners. I have finished writing a memoir, “My Heart Attack Adventure.” There’s a great story there about faith, discipleship and, yes, a heart attack. Keep checking back for updates.