September 1, 2017

Over the span of my ministry, and truly over the span of my adult life, I have heard the terms "being present" and "ministry of presence". Over the last 5 weeks I have been reflecting on the meaning of presence; what it means in my life, family and ministry; but more s...

August 14, 2017

Have you ever tried mixing oil and vinegar. If you have, you quickly noticed that they didn't mix at all. They quickly separate from one another due to their incompatibility. This is what happens when one tries to mix racism with Christianity. They are completely incom...

February 1, 2017


Before You read this blog, I think it's important that you know that I understand the necessity of borders and a thorough vetting process in order to protect the country. My questions are these, "How far do we allow it to go?" and "How far is too far?" We as Christia...

November 10, 2016

How we respond to the results of this election as a Church, Church meaning the entire of body Christ, will send a strong message to the rest of the country, and the world, about just how seriously we take our faith and our God. If we respond rashly with hate and fear,...

     No matter how many times I get up to preach and I step to the pulpit confident that God has spoken His message to me, I am always humbled by the leasons learned in the stillness following the sermon. There are just some things that the Heavenly Father must reveal...

January 1, 2016

The gathering of the saints is something that many of us see as an obligation rather than a privilage, an opportunity to enter to the presence of the almighty creator. We have also lost sight of its intended purpose. We have reduced attending church to the point where...

December 8, 2015



     As I have studied the Book of Hebrews over the last several weeks, I have truly been captivated by the grace of God. The book continuously shows us how much greater Jesus is than all these things we anchor ourselves to in this life. The major revelation made in...

October 13, 2015



In Acts chapter 9 we meet a man named Ananias who is called by God to meet with a man named Saul. Saul is the man who would later go on to be one of the biggest shakers and movers of the New Testament, his name would become Paul. Saul's past made him a figure of fear...

September 30, 2015

It is easy in life to worry. There are so many experiences and events that happen around us each and every day that it would be nearly impossible not to worry. We worry about our children when they make poor decisions. We worry about our spouses when they are sick. We...

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