Cory Wiggington

Welcome, Beloved, and Praise be to God! My name is Cory Wiggington. I am a humble servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. I am married to a wonderful, Godly woman and have a son who is the joy of my life. I have been blessed to serve the Lord my entire life.

I am a Baptist minister who favors Reformed Theology. I have been preaching steadily in “fill-in” roles since I graduated from Seminary in 2016. I am blessed to have stood in the pulpit, delivering expository messages from the Word of God, well over 100 times in my short career. I was officially ordained as a Minister of the Gospel on September 20th, 2022. The ceremony was conducted by Pastors Jim Cain and Chris Gehring, along with the Elders of the church. Beyond my preaching ministry I have spent the last 12 years teaching various Small Group studies, Adult Education classes, and Discipleship groups.

In 2010, I felt the call to be a Minister the Gospel. As such, I enrolled in seminary in the fall of 2012 and graduated in the Spring of 2016, I earned a Master of Divinity degree from Oral Roberts University even though I am far from being a Charismatic. One day, I hope to attend Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and pursue a Doctorate of Ministry, with a focus on Expository Preaching.

As a young child, I grew up in the Assembly of God among other Charismatic denominations. Around the age of 8, my family began attending either Baptist or Restoration Movement churches. Finally, when I turned 21, I humbly accepted the role of Deacon at the Christian Church of which I was a member.

My eclectic theological upbringing has given me a broad perspective and understanding of the various denominations in the world of Christianity. I would humbly admit that my theology is not 100% perfect, but I do my best to read, research, and correct my thinking in order to better align with the teachings of the Bible. All I can say is that my understanding is better today than it was yesterday. Sanctification is a life long process after all.

The biggest modern day influences in my life are John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul, and James R. White. I am deeply indebted to the work of these men, and while I do not claim to be as smart as them, I endeavor to do my best for the Kingdom of God.

It is my utmost hope that my understanding and explanation of the Holy Scriptures will strengthen your faith and give glory to our Heavenly Father. The Lord Jesus called us to go into all of the world and make disciples. I pray that the Lord uses my work to draw you closer to Him.

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