Man, am I thankful for Memphis. In 2009, I was asked not to come back to Malone because my GPA was hardly even existent. I enrolled in community college with the end goal of being back to Malone in no time and it was miserable. I had no community. I felt alone. I had zero […]
I’d like to tell you a story and share a song I wrote, so grab a cup of coffee, get comfy on the couch…
Like many people, my change came about through a season of suffering. I was forced to rethink some of the things that I grew up believing about God and the Bible because they didn’t make sense in light of what I was going through. It all started about 6 months after I got married, when […]
The most frequent question I’m asked is, “Why in the world did you move from New York to Mississippi? Really, Mississippi? From New York? Mississippi to New York? Who does that?” I must admit that is a valid question, especially since I had no friends, family nor job awaiting me here. Today, I chuckle when […]
I shared this post over at my personal blog, but thought I’d post it here. Within the past couple of weeks, I finished a book that was water to my soul. It was Jonathan Martin’s new release, How to Survive a Shipwreck: Help Is on the Way and Love Is Already Here. I appreciate Zondervan sending […]
Change is constant. We see it in the endlessly shifting shapes of the clouds, the swing of a pendulum, the current of a river, the often gentle, but sometimes violent changing of the weather, the beating of our hearts, and the way our chests rise and fall with every breath.
Seventeen. That is the number of churches that I have been involved in, each for more than a year. It may seem like a lot, but most of the changes were for fairly innocuous reasons.