Author Spotlight: Timothy Mathis

College and Clayton Press is pleased to announce an upcoming title with Dr. Timothy Mathis. Dr. Mathis has a BS in journalism from Troy University (2011), MDiv in Great Commission Studies from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2014), and a DMin in Discipleship and Spiritual Formation from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2019). Dr. Mathis [...]

Stepping into the Hard Things

We are pleased to welcome Rhonda Smith back to the Editor's Corner this month. This month, Rhonda encourages us to depend on God in the midst of difficult circumstances and the monotony of modern life. I spent a few years working as a social worker for hospice and most of my days consisted of visiting [...]

Biblical Rest

This week we are excited to have our long-time friend Joanna Eccles, from Words From the Honeycomb, write a guest post for the Editors' Corner. Joanna offers her personal reflection on God's sustenance in our daily lives in the midst of hectic schedules and modern expectations. Last week, the flu gave me an unexpected gift. [...]

Author Spotlight: Rudder Jenkins

College and Clayton Press is proud to announce an upcoming project with Dr. Rudder Jenkins. Rudder recently defended his doctoral thesis on Christological connecting points within Judaism, Christianity, and Islam at SOAS, University of London (2019). Rudder currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and soon to be born child.  In The Table that Unites: [...]

Author Spotlight: Dr. Robert Cole

We are pleased to announce an upcoming work by Dr. Robert Cole. Robert Cole has taught Hebrew Bible and related subjects for over twenty years and is a graduate of UCLA (MA, PhD) and TEDS (MDiv, ThM). He has published various monographs and articles principally on the Psalms. Born in Venezuela, SA, he is married [...]

Silent Night

One of my favorite parts of Christmas is the return of the Christmas hymns. Far from the “Jesus is my boyfriend” songs that plagued us early in the new millennium, Christmas hymns reset us back to the nuts and bolts of the incarnation of Christ. I’ve always enjoyed making it to an evening Christmas service. [...]