Peter serves as the senior Pastor of Amissville Baptist Church (ABC) located in Amissville, Virginia. Before arriving at the base of the Blue Ridge mountains, Peter worked as an intern at the Bible Church of Little Rock, ministered as a hospital Chaplain at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville, and served as the Associate Pastor of Preschool and Children’s Pastor at First Baptist Church Eastman.
Peter earned his Master of Divinity Degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2012. Seeking to put his theology into action, he became a certified member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) in 2016. In his free time, he works on PhD. in Church History at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Before turning to theology, he received Bachelor of Art Degrees in History and French from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Go Trojans!
While at Southern Seminary, he encountered something far greater than the glories of Reformation which have shaped his understanding of theology. He met and married the one and only April Witkowski. They have three wonderful children.
In addition to preaching, counseling and celebrating all things Chicago, Peter loves to write about theology. His articles have been featured at Credo Magazine, the Family Research Council website and HistoricalTheology.org.
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The following was published at Credo Magazine which is an excellent theological resource for scholar, pastors, and lay readers! I highly encourage you to visit their sight. Confusion hung over the crowd of the Second National Assembly of Evangelicals like a cloud of secondhand smoke. Moments earlier, the famed pastor D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones had appealed … Continue reading Finding Clarity in Confusion: Understanding Lloyd-Jones’s 1966 Address
Our hearts grinded to an abrupt stop on Friday, May 17, 2019 at 2:30 PM. Like standing on an island of doom in the middle of a Walmart shopping aisle, first April and then I could only hear two words echoing over the waves of life: “metastatic cancer.” The day before my dear wife, April, had … Continue reading Memo: April’s Breast Cancer Announcement
We love the story of David and Goliath. But, we often misunderstand the story. We see the narrative as a great example of how we can save ourselves from the giants of adversity through good analysis, elbow-grease, and ingenuity. The famous columnist Malcolm Gladwell encapsulated the typical approach to the David and Goliath story when … Continue reading Why You Got David and Goliath Wrong