Today I saw a link to an article by Ed Cyzewksi. The title is “Why We Need the Wilderness.” It struck me because the wilderness is where I’m at and where God has been drawing me for some time now. I was taken up with a few specific words in the article:
In this brief video, I talk about one of the most difficult things for us to do – forgiving ourselves. Check it out and pick up your copy of the new book today!
In this brief video, I share some thoughts around an important word when it comes to change. That word is “cycles.” Check it out and pick up your copy of the new book today!
I grew up in a family of five. Money was not always in our hands but we were always in the hands of God. I remember thinking to myself one day at school, “Why do all these kids get to have nice shoes and bring money to school and all my mom gave me was […]
Today marks a day of remembrance for a man who pioneered one of the greatest developments in modern American history – the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s. Or, better articulated, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., helped open the doors of dignity and respect for our African-American brothers and sisters. For he knew, was correctly convinced, that these honors were due to all humanity created in the […]
Why write a book about change? In this video I share some reflections on how the idea had been brewing for some years before pen went to paper (or fingers to computer). Check it out and pick up your copy today!
Here is a short video with reflections on a new year. No special hype is offered; just some simple reflections to help as we walk through the #storyofchange we are all on.
‘It’s dangerous to loosen foundation stones!’ (Thomas Manton) That’s true. Chipping away at basic Christian doctrines—which is what the speaker meant—is always ill-advised; it is at our peril that we tinker with, say, the inspiration of Scripture or the deity of Christ. But surely many secondary issues of Christian belief, the theological equivalents of artexing […]
Yesterday was Thanksgiving. Family, friends, food, lots of food, giving thanks, watching football or a movie, falling asleep on the couch, and a host of other activities. I had to make a quick trip to the store in the morning to grab a couple items – mainly newborn diapers, as we were staying with my […]
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 […]