The Waugh Blog (pronounced wah-blawg).
Have you ever wondered if someone else thought the same way you did? Ever wished that some things in this world were viewed differently? Ever wanted to know how God is actively involved in your everyday life?
Are you trying to figure out why you’re reading this blog?
Me too. And that’s what The Waugh Blog is all about. Thoughts on life, ministry, and the pursuit of Godliness.
I grew up in Spring Hill, Florida (just north of Tampa, and yes, by the mermaids in Weeki Wachee). In high school, I started dating a sweet girl named Susie. She was cute. 7 years later we were married and added a beautiful little girl named Bella Grace Anna! Who said high school sweet hearts don’t make it?
I am a follower of Jesus Christ. I believe God has an incredible plan for my life and I want everyone to know that God has a purpose and plan for their life as well! Every day I continue to grow in my relationship with God and I will never be the same again.
Growing up, I knew I’d be a pastor. I mean, that’s what my dad did so I was supposed to do that too, right? Well, I found out through high school and college that I love music, students, and preaching. Enter the world of Student Ministry AKA The Twilight Zone. Where middle schoolers, high schoolers, and college students try to find their identity… and I’m just trying to help.
After serving as a student pastor for several years, I began my journey as a full time worship pastor. Never thought I would be a worship pastor. But, I love to worship Jesus… and I love pastoring people. It was a perfect match.
I received my Bachelors from Samford University… Sam, not Stan. Now, Susie and I live in Tennessee where I serve as the Associate Worship Pastor for First Baptist Church of Hendersonville.
I like to read blogs. I like to write blogs. My name is Josh Waugh and I write out thoughts that come to mind. So, I started a blog. The Waugh Blog. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I love
writing typing it.
*Disclaimer: This blog is my personal opinion and does not necessarily reflect the views of First Baptist Church of Hendersonville.