I actively write for four blog sites:
4X LARGE is an eye-level, investor-focused technical blog dedicated to addressing current trends in four private wealth management disciplines: estate, insurance, investment, and tax. My colleagues and I at Senior Partners make up the writing staff. You will find posts on everything from allocating your portfolio using non-traditional investments to understanding the inevitable realities of extended care needs. You will also find articles on subjects such as extracting maximum value when selling your business and avoiding costly tax errors. Be sure to search for topics of personal interest to you.
APOLOGIA VERITAS is a blog devoted to the evidential, historical, logical, and philosophical defense of the Christian Faith. I hold a master’s degree in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, as well as two undergraduate degrees in Theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Alongside my business career, I have been involved in significant ministry endeavors, from pastoring a small community Bible church for 12 years to serving as Associate Director of World Hope Bible Institute for the past 3 years. Through the Bible Institute, I travel the world training remote and underserved pastors in Christian Theology. My travels take me as far away as the jungles of India, the bush of Tanzania, and the Amazon Basin of Peru.
THE TOTAL PRACTICE is a practice management site written primarily for other financial advisors and is devoted to expounding upon the principles for becoming a premier wealth manager. I have been in the investment business for 30 years, and I blog on various topics related thereto. The site is a companion to the work I do in mentoring top financial advisors around the country. My mentoring program is The Total Practice Makeover: Office Edition.
PRESS ON!, also known as NoelVincent.com, is the present site you are visiting. It was the brainchild of my cousin and business colleague, Dustin Martin. He pestered and cajoled me and encouraged me to find an outlet for the stories I write about family, ministry, and travel. Over the years, whenever I experienced something visceral or recalled a searing image from my life, I would write it down or email it to myself so I wouldn’t forget the moment or the memory. When I started traveling for World Hope Bible Institute, I sent out to some friends and family a few of the stories I was writing of my escapades on the international mission field, just to give them some insight into the work I was doing. The stories gathered a small following and the email list started to grow. So, now here you are, reading them on my blog site. Thanks for stopping by.