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Purpose and Mission of This Blog

The purpose of this blog is to help others grow spiritually in their understanding of and walk with God—specifically concerning the knowledge and life practice of Christianity. This means we’ll be talking about things ranging from the elementary principles of spiritual life all the way to the hard to grasp about the nature of God, in an understandable way. My goal is to help you build up your spiritual foundation, and build on your spiritual foundation. It’s all about theology and discipleship for everyday growth.

About Me

Keith Wrassmann was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Early on, he worked as a legal editor in downtown Cincinnati. He now has worked in the real estate industry for two decades.

Keith holds the degrees of MDiv in Theology from Cincinnati Christian University, where he also won the Theological Studies Award, as well as MA in Creative Writing: Poetry from Miami University (Oxford, OH). He has served as a shepherd and teacher in the church, and enjoys poetry and screenwriting. He lives in the greater Cincinnati, Ohio area with his wife and children.

His current release, A Riddle for the King, is a book-length, formal narrative poem that follows the journey of the Queen of Sheba and her quest to test King Solomon with life’s hard questions.

Visit www.keithwrassmann.com for more.

A Note on Bible Translations

On this blog, all Bible quotations are from the English Standard Version unless otherwise noted.

Scripture quotations are from the ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®), copyright © 2001 by Crossway, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved. The ESV text may not be quoted in any publication made available to the public by a Creative Commons license. The ESV may not be translated into any other language.

I occasionally quote from the New American Standard Bible as well, and note when I do.

Scripture quotations taken from the (NASB®) New American Standard Bible®, Copyright © 2020 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission. All rights reserved. www.lockman.org