What is there to say about me? I could take one approach and rattle of a litany of my professional, vocational, and educational accomplishments (Bachelor of Arts in History from Johnson C. Smith University, Master of Divinity from the Interdenominational Theological Center, current student at The School of Theology at The University of the South, studies in Pastoral Care at Emory University Center for Pastoral Services, etc. – I couldn’t resist). I could use a long list of hopelessly myopic adjectives in the vain attempt to describe myself (young, gifted, and Black – sorry, I couldn’t help it).
Rather, I will just say that this blog is a hodgepodge, a clustermess, and random agglomeration of mental and spiritual ruminations. There isn’t a clear connection between them aside from the fact that they all come from me. They reflect my passions, my pains, my dreams, my nightmares, my strengths, and my growing edges. They are falliable and they are true. In that way, they reflect me and reveal something: that as unique as I am, I am very much so like everyone else: just trying to find my way.
And I welcome the conversation.
The Word of Marcus for the People of God…