What could a Saint from Hippo, An Augustinian Monk, and an Anglican Priest possibly have in common?
For everything, there is a season…
I hope everyone’s fall season has been filled with cool mornings, cups of coffee, and days filled with family fun. It’s been a few weeks since my last update; we have been taking some time to make changes. You might see a new look or even new ways we can learn together in the coming months. My hope is that you’ll find some moments to lean in, study the Word, and share with others.
This week, I’m asking the big question: “What could a Saint from Hippo, An Augustinian Monk, and an Anglican Priest possibly have in common?”. I know that might be a mouth full. You would be right! But, you might just be surprised what the answer is! Look forward to hearing from you afterward.
In the summer of 1995, George Shamblin left a successful career in pharmaceutical sales to enroll at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Though he experienced more than his share of challenges and setbacks over the next 28 years, it's a decision he never regretted.
Since 2012, Shamblin has been a pastor at The Center for Executive Leadership in Birmingham, Alabama, where he teaches Bible Studies and disciples others at various stages of spiritual growth. He serves on the board of Reel-Life International and has been an adjunct professor at Birmingham Theological Seminary. In 2023, he and his brother Keith co-founded a missions ministry, The Overseas Initiative.
Shamblin published his first book, The Relay, in 2020 and was inducted into Marquis Who's Who that same year. An avid outdoorsman, as well as a Master Gardener, George and his wife of 30 years, Jill, have four children Sydney, Bailey, Miller, and George Jr.