Commentary on the second of two inspired letters from the Apostle Paul to his younger protégé, Timothy; the Apostle affectionately calls him "my own son in the faith."Written from Macedonia in 62-63 A.D. after his first imprisonment in Rome, Paul writes this first epistle to Timothy addressing certain spiritual discrepancies, false teachings; disorder in worship ; and qualifications of church leaders.
About the Author
Edward L. Seabrooks is the founding pastor of Apostolic Worship Center of Bainbridge, Georgia. Pastor Seabrooks is a passionate communicator and leader who understands the need for doctrinal apologetics in the 21st century, and is committed to the preservation of such. His passion to reach the lost with the Apostles Doctrine is seen and felt in his vision for Apostolic Worship Center and beyond. He is married to Jocelyn and they have two beautiful children, Eleah and Ean. Pastor Seabrooks has been in active ministry for the past 15 years and has served in various pastoral staff capacities, including Assistant Pastor, Youth Pastor, and Director of Music.