How Jeremy Carr got in with the ESV crowd

Just saw my old friend Jeremy Carr as one of the “poster boys” for the ESV bible at esvbible.org. Jeremy’s an old friend from college (Go Jaguars!) who is planting a church in downtown Augusta called The Well, and from what I hear doing some really great things for the kingdom back in the “dirty south.” I like being able to point out my friends whenever I get a chance.

I probably should plug the ESV too, since I’m linking it. It really is a great version of the bible that brings some good balance to conceptual/contextual clarity and good, solid, literal rendering of the Greek/Hebrew/Aramaic language. Plus, one of my former pastors and a couple of my current seminary professors did some of the exegetical work. All that to say that I’m a fan of it. And so is Jeremy…

Jeremy Carr and ESV Banner

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About Chris Gensheer

Husband and father of four, living in Mansfield, TX, serving as Lead Pastor of Christ Church Mansfield. Connect with us at www.christchurchmansfield.com I also provide research and social media consulting work for other pastors, churches, and ministry leaders. Contact me at gensheer@mac.com for more.

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