Study More. Pretend Less.



Service Second is founded on Jesus’ words in Mark 12, that the most important thing we can do is love the Lord our God, first, and then love others.  Given that premise, there may be nothing more important than learning and knowing Him.  This site is dedicated to that journey.



Born and raised on the south side of San Antonio, I am a graduate of McCollum High School and Trinity University. After spending ten years in public education, I decided to go back and get another piece of paper and earned my Master’s in Educational Administration from Lamar University. I am called to be a football coach that is humbly serving at my alma mater; Trinity University. I have authored and independently published a book entitled “Salt, Light, and Friday Nights” that illustrates this calling.



Native San Antonian Logan Seth Ramirez, graduated from Trinity University with a degree in Computer Science , does analytics professionally, and founded San Antonio based Web Design & Hosting company Orange Pulley, LLC. His creative outlets are music and web design and laughing at his favorite Spanish word, cacahuates. Come find me on Google+



Your Reward and the Movie War Room

Featured Photo by Lel4nd War Room (which I have not yet seen) is pretty popular right now.  Aside from bringing in serious money and contending for the top spot in mainstream movie theaters, it is also continuously on my facebook stream, quite often tethered with... read more

The Whole Universe needs Jesus

19 For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. 20 For the creation was subjected to frustration, not by its own choice, but by the will of the one who subjected it, in hope 21 that the creation itself will be liberated from its... read more

Matthew 5-7 – The Sermon on the Mount

Been reading Matthew chapters 5 – 7 lately.  According to Matthew, this is the first of five really big sermons Jesus gives.  WARNING – they are all a doozy. I’ll get into the text itself here, eventually, but one observation I have is this: so much... read more


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