The son of a preacher, Adam Cozort has been around preaching and the Bible his entire life. He began doing fill-in preaching for small congregations at the age of 16. After graduating high school he attended the Tri-Cities School of Preaching and Christian Development, where he was part of their first graduating class in 2005. Over the past 11 years, he has preached full-time for congregations in Virginia, Georgia, and Mississippi. For the past 6 years he has worked with the Second Street church of Christ in Belmont, Mississippi.

He has authored four books: Studies in Genesis, The Christian Graces: God’s Blueprint for the Development of Complete Christians, You Shall Call His Name Jesus (A Guide to Matthew), and Of the Seed of Abraham (A Guide to Romans).

6 responses to “About

  1. Benjamin Richardson

    Looking forward to reading this on a regular basis.

  2. Daniel Kelley

    Hello Adam,

    I searched on yahoo for something about brother Jason (Acts 17) and you popped up. I read your article (Disciples Like Jason) and plan on sharing it with my class soon (9-10 or 9-17-14). The article was very well written and completely biblical. I was pleasantly surprised that as I looked on your “About” page that you are a preacher for the Lord’s church. I sometimes come across good, biblical articles written by so-called Christians and use them with disclaimers. It will be with a smile that I can share not only your work, but that you are a brother in Christ!

    Thank you for your service!

    Daniel – Bellows and Brown Street Church of Christ in Mt. Pleasant, MI.

  3. Couldn’t find an email for you to request permission to reprint the devil advocate’s article in Brotherhood News.

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