Hello everyone. It’s been a very long time since I wrote an actual blog post. Things have been happening so quickly in my life over the last year or two that I’ve hardly had time to come up for air. I’ve got a stack of “to do’s” a mile long and had little time to actually whittle away at that list. I thought I would try to touch base with everyone, and try to get back into writing a blog post every once in a while. So many things have changed in my life in these last few years.
One of the biggest is that my family and I have left our life-long home in Arkansas and moved to Macon, Georgia. At the beginning of April I came on staff at Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue as the rabbi’s assistant. It’s been an exciting journey—not without challenges—but one I and my family have been very fulfilled in making. We know this is Hashem’s will for our lives and have dove head-first into our responsibilities and building relationships here in Middle Georgia. While our hearts still ache to be with all those we love back in Arkansas, we are so thankful for the path our Father has put us on to help fulfill His Kingdom mission for this area.
I hope to write more at a later time, but I wanted to at least get a brief word in to update everyone on one of our most important life decisions. If you’re ever in Middle Georgia, take some time to come to Macon and visit us and our incredible congregation. We would love to have you!