If you are searching for meaning and purpose as this pandemic continues, join our whole church in turning to God's Word to seek direction. If you need hope, community, or guidance, our special August discipleship journey will show us how God has used change and challenges to call His people into His purposes throughout the Bible.
Rev. Dr. Jim Singleton, Associate Professor of Pastoral Leadership and Evangelism at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, has prepared a weekly 15-20 minute teaching on the Bible specifically for FPC Houston. Each week's thought-provoking video will be available for you to watch prior to your weekly small group discussions. In such tumultuous times, it's now even more important to fix our eyes on the Lord and look to His Word for direction. We hope you will join us!
Week 1: Exodus or Exile – Which Story Do We Inhabit?
Week 2: Daniel – An Illustrative Story of Exile
Week 3: Exile and Ethnic Tension – Peter and Cornelius
Week 4: Exile and Mission
Week 5: Change and Loss in Exile
About Rev. Dr. Jim Singleton
Rev. Dr. Jim Singleton joined Gordon-Conwell as Associate Professor of Pastoral Leadership and Evangelism in 2012, bringing with him many years of church leadership experience. His particular interests lie in evangelism and the mission of the local church. He has a passion for helping equip congregations to better fulfill their global mission.
Prior to his current post at Gordon-Conwell, Rev. Dr. Singleton served as senior pastor of churches in Texas, Washington, and most recently, First Presbyterian Church in Colorado Springs, a downtown congregation of 4,200 members. He has taught at several seminaries around the world, including ones in Virginia, Texas, Washington, Moscow, and Zambia. In addition to teaching and preaching, Rev. Dr. Singleton has participated in cross-cultural missions in places like Mongolia, Ecuador, Cuba, Mexico, and India, to name a few.
Rev. Dr. Singleton is an avid fan of baseball statistics, history, hiking, and cross-country skiing. He and his wife, Sara, have a son, James, and a daughter, Rachel, and three grandchildren.