Back in October, I wrote an article entitled, Is a sinless life possible? Needless to say, it stirred up quite the conversation. Especially when I said my simple answer to that question is yes, I believe it’s possible. I’m not trying to convince you of anything. We are all the stewards of our own hearts. I’m […]Read more "Let’s talk about sin"
I’ve been to almost every kind of church imaginable. Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, Non denominational, etc. I’ve attended churches based out of schools, theaters, and even shopping malls. Each are different in their own way. Some have great worship, others don’t. Some have a phenomenal speaker, others don’t. The list can go on and on. […]Read more "Why you shouldn’t go to church"
Lat year, I published a collection of ten, first-person Bible stories entitled, I Was There. At the time, I really had no intention of writing another one. Well, I had such a great response from the first collection, that I decided to publish a second. This one is entitled, I Believe. My Mom has done […]Read more "I Believe – cover reveal and sample"
On Sept 11 2012, I published a post entitled Why I Write Clean. By far, it’s been my most viewed and most commented on article since I began this blog. A while back, I disabled comments on my blog and changed my template. It looks like all but two comments were wiped out. In case […]Read more "Why I still write clean"
This post is going to be unlike any I’ve ever written. I’m very passionate about spreading the love of Christ to everyone, whether through personal interactions or with my writing. That’s usually the main focus of all my blog posts. Today, I want to do something completely different. I want you to meet Rocky. Three […]Read more "Meet Rocky"
I want to apologize up front if this post comes across a little stronger than usual. Time is short. People are dying. As a Church, we need to take a long, hard look into the mirror, and figure out real quick-like how we are representing the word, Christian. It’s not our job to change people. […]Read more "Stop trying to do God’s job"
The story of Malchus is one of my favorites in the Bible. Luke 22:47-53: 47 And while He was still speaking, behold, a multitude; and he who was called Judas, one of the twelve, went before them and drew near to Jesus to kiss Him. 48 But Jesus said to him, “Judas, are you betraying the Son […]Read more "An epic story of mercy, compassion, and unconditional love"