(from Dennis Cook) When I started this blog in September of 2010, I never dreamed it would turn into what it has. God has blessed me through this ministry. I have grown in the Spirit and He has used me to encourage several thousand visitors over the last year.
Looking back, I have been blessed to have two contributors who help to carry the load of writing: Zach Rice and John Cashion. Without them, this blog would be completely different and less appealing. Their insight and wisdom blesses me and countless others.
Over the last year we have been able to include posts from several guest bloggers: Mark Williams, John Cashion, Matt Deweese, Tim Hooper, Rod Ellis, Joe Ball, Travis Doucette, Steven Skaggs and Doug King.
Now, God has brought us another contributor to assist with the daily posts of the blog: Jason Logan. I met Jason through Tim Hooper while he was in college at Campbellsville. Then, Jason and I studied together while earning our masters degree at Campbellsville University. Jason is a talented singer and musician. Moreover, he has served part-time and full-time in the ministry of music, which will help reach our goal of providing current and useful news to the part-time and volunteer music leader in the local church.
Learn more about Jason from his bio (below) and look for his first post this Thursday! Jason, on behalf of Zach and John, welcome to the site and we are thrilled to have you as a contributor!
Jason is currently the Minister of Music and Education for First Baptist Church in Paris, Ky. He has served in the music ministry since 2004 and was ordained into the Gospel Ministry in 2008. In 2005 Jason graduated from Campbellsville University with a Bachelors of Music in Music Education and again in 2007 with a Master of the Arts of Music with an emphasis in voice. He is currently enrolled at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary pursing a Maters of Arts in Theological Studies. Besides serving in churches, Jason has also served as a music teacher and worship leader for the Kentucky Christian School—located in Campbellsville Ky. Jason is also a member of the Iota Sigma chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda, music honors society. Jason is married to the former Rebecca Beasley and together they have one son, Aaron.