I have been a Christ follower for more than two decades now and I’d say that for those 20+ years that I have been characterized as a guy who has been “pro-life.” I’ve been someone who says that life begins in the womb and needs to be protected. Our family strongly supports adoption as my… Continue reading 3 Value Statements Needed in The Pro-Life Movement
It is crazy to think that I joined Facebook almost 16 years ago…and it was SO much different then. You had to have an email address from a college to even sign up for the app. Most of my “friends” were my classmates that I saw almost every day. We share pictures of our lives:… Continue reading Love Thy “Friends”
Her story and mine, are both wrapped tightly around this highly emotional fight for life debate around the world. I was born full term with no arms, not breathing, and with under new late-term legislation, I would have legally been allowed to die. She is the product of an unwanted, late-term teenage pregnancy that with… Continue reading Value, Viability and The Abortion Debate
The comments that Ralph Northam, governor of Virginia, offered up this week on abortion were thoughts that hit far too close to home for me. At birth, I was deemed not viable by my doctor, but here I am 34 years later having a national speaking and preaching career while having the blessing to care… Continue reading Valuable Means More Than Viable
You're not a mistake. You're not a freak. You're not a hopeless cause. You're beautiful. You're talented. Your life is full of purpose today because God has made you with purpose - to display Him. Every day is a gift. Use it to display Him in all the world.
“Weirdo.” “Gross.” “Freak.” Those are words I’ve had spoken to me over the past few years at restaurants. All of them, directed at me, not because I was doing anything offensive, mind you. No, I was being shamed because I was eating. The issue is … that I don’t eat like everyone else. I eat… Continue reading “Different” Isn’t A Bad Thing
Last week I had the opportunity to share my testimony at Liberty Christian School's chapel. You can get a glimpse of that session in the link below: