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Our Teaching Elder:
Donald T. Williams is associate professor of English at Toccoa Falls College and a church planter/pastor at Trinity Fellowship in Toccoa, Georgia. He is a graduate of Taylor University (B.A.), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (M.Div.), and the University of Georgia (Ph.D.).
Dr. Williams is the author of
As I look at the current scene, I see a church in desperate need of three great movements of God:
A recovery of the life of the mind. An increasingly illiterate generation is harder to reach with a faith founded on the message of a Book; an increasingly illiterate church is incapable of experiencing full-orbed Christianity based on the whole counsel of God;
A recovery of sound doctrine. Otherwise, we gorge ourselves on spiritual junk food while the great truths of the faith slip through our fingers;
A recovery of vital spirituality. The great error of our generation is to believe that this recovery is possible apart from the first two. Biblically and historically it is not. Without Renaissance and Reformation, all our zeal for Revival is vanity and striving after wind.