“Is like the Godfather of theology. You don’t find out about him, he reveals himself to you.”–Jason Vaughn
Jason has 4 GREAT loves: The Lord, his wife, his boys, and his church family. He claims coffee, shooting guns, reading, and fellowship fan those flames. (You pick which one fans what love–it’s like a game). He’s ready and willing to joke about everything but two things: the Gospel and coffee. You might say it’s the “fifth element” to his loves.
He roasts his own coffee, Starbucks free since December 2010, and is thankful for both experiences. He is willing to discuss his hobbies but DO NOT ask how many or what firearm he owns. Reading is a past-time he loves and hates at the same time. Medically there is help for him, but only in Africa.
He spends his summer afternoons listening to Yankee games, fall months following the Oklahoma Sooner’s, and winter and spring cheering for the Thunder. Oh, and he cannot STAND the Dallas Cowboys who are the wannabe Yankees of the NFL.
Currently reading: “No One Like Him” by John Feinberg; “What is the Mission of the Church” by DeYoung and Gilbert; and “The Lord of the Rings” by Sir J.R.R Tolkien.
You should follow the musings of Shawn on Twitter.
Shawn Wilhite is a recovering fundamentalist. “Hi, my name is….” Enjoying a stimulating book any time of the day as a means of grace, Shawn is most thankful for the grace God has extended to him through the union he has with Christ and with his wife, Allyson. After growing up as a weak agnostic, Shawn was convicted of his sins and embraced the gospel near the end of his High School years.
When Shawn is not entrenched in ministry or academic studies, he enjoys the friendship of his dog, watching and playing sports, and writing and playing music.
Thankfully, Christian fellowship is not determined by what sport teams people cheer for because Shawn has a strong–inner dislike for the Los Angeles Lakers, Oklahoma Sooners, and New York Yankees, but loves USC Trojan’s collegiate football, Dallas Cowboys, and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.