This weekend I get to add another city to the list of places I’ve sung.  While Ive sung in Virginia before, I’ll actually be in Fairfax this time; totally new to me.  It’s actually somewhat of a Valor reunion since Paul David Kennamer, Jr. and Chad Bahr will also be singing. 

Just for grins I’ve compiled a list of states in which I’ve had the privilege to sing:

  1. Pennsylvania
  2. Maryland
  3. West Virginia
  4. Virginia
  5. North Carolina
  6. South Carolina
  7. Georgia
  8. Florida
  9. Alabama
  10. Mississippi
  11. Louisiana
  12. Texas
  13. Arkansas
  14. Oklahoma
  15. Colorado
  16. New Mexico
  17. Missouri
  18. Kansas
  19. Illinois
  20. Kentucky
  21. Tennessee
  22. Indiana
  23. Ohio

It’s sad really.  I’d vainly hoped that the list would be longer, but oh well.  I should count my privileges/blessings instead of being envious.

If you hear of an opportunity for a state that isn’t listed (well, any state really), please let me know!

For those of you who wondered about my speaking/singing schedule, here are the next few months as it stands now.  If you’re close by, come see me!


  • 4th – Fairfax, VA (singing): each morning service, Fairfax Church,
  • 9th – Florence, AL (speaking): University of North Alabama, 10 a.m. “Historical-Critical Approach to 1 Corinthians”
  • 28th – Florence, AL (speaking): University of North Alabama, 10 a.m. “Historical-Critical Approach to Revelation (pt. 1)”
  • 30th – Florence, AL (speaking): University of North Alabama, 10 a.m. “Historical-Critical Approach to Revelation (pt. 2)”


  • 18th – Huntsville, AL (singing): closed event


  • 14th – Owens Crossroads, AL: OC Church, this is an event with Broken, my nationally-recognized a cappella group

I’m not actively seeking new dates, but you’re welcome to give it a try.  At this point, I don’t really want to book anything musical without Broken, and I prefer speaking dates that are not religious in nature.  I know it looks like I’m doing religious lectures in April, but trust me, they’re not.  They’re bible related lectures in a course called “The Bible as Literature” in the English Dept at the University of North Alabama.

Lastly, keep your eyes open for an update about a slough of new speaking engagements in the fall (between 24-40, actually).  I’ll tell you more about that as things develop.  In the meantime, I hope to see you at one of the scheduled events.