There are a couple of questions that are almost a given whenever I go out into public. The first is, “Are you cold?” Which is a question I definitely understand. There’s just not a category for people when they meet someone without arms. There’s no way that I am missing both arms, so I have… Continue reading You Have A Story to Tell
There's a lack of evangelism in the church - especially in the American church - these days. In a recent podcast interview (clip below) with Charlotte Awake, I talked about one of the root causes of this and the steps we can take to remedy this evangelism void.
Behold my servant, whom I uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights; I have put my Spirit upon him; he will bring forth justice to the nations. He will not cry aloud or lift up his voice, or make it heard in the street; a bruised reed he will not break, and a faintly burning wick… Continue reading Day 7 – A Light For The Nations
I had the opportunity to fill in for our pastor last Sunday and gladly preached the week after Easter. We took time to look at Luke 24 and how the Resurrection impacts the believer more than just one weekend a year. If you have some time I pray God's Word would build you up… Continue reading Walking In the Resurrection
One of the most universally understood calls to Christians in Scripture is to "go therefore and make disciples of all nations." Though universally understood, one may say that this is a call from Scripture that is ignored, underfunded and grossly neglected in practice by the church as a whole. Take moment and run through a… Continue reading Reflecting God’s Glory Globally
Yesterday was my wife's birthday, so I was a busy man yesterday spoiling her by grabbing meals for her and grabbing a last minute present. On one of my stops yesterday, a man stops and begins to talk to me. He asks me what I do and so after finding out I was a youth… Continue reading Taking Time for a Divine Appointment
I want you guys to know up front that I don't want to be "that guy" who passes judgment on particular books as good or bad pieces of Christian literature. None of us really want to read a blog-based book review where someone trashes a book because it didn't suit their taste. Rather, the vast… Continue reading Good Reads: “The Explicit Gospel” by Matt Chandler