Hey all you invisible people! My name is Aimee Byrd and this blog is about the gospel interrupting the ordinary. Join me in learning more about God and examining whether our knowledge of Him is congruent with our thinking and everyday living. And please forgive all of my virgin efforts in blogging! If computers were really smart, they would let me draw a picture of how I want everything formated and translate it for me. But, dare to look past all my awkward attempts at building a blog, and read my stuff–you might like it!
Also, you might like to know my theological beliefs. I am a member of Pilgrim Presbyterian Church (PCA), and therefore reformed in my theology. I was raised in a Southern Baptist church and am very thankful to have grown up with a strong teaching on the inerrancy of God’s Word. For that reason, I found the reformed confessions of faith to be more in line with the Bible’s teachings. With that being said, I very much enjoy all of my brothers and sisters in the faith and hope everyone can benefit from my reflections on how the gospel interrupts the ordinary.
I’m also excited to share the news of my first book, Housewife Theologian (P&R, 2013) that should be available this July. It is a discipling tool for women, examining how our theology affects our everyday lives.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org