From One War to Another: Being a Man of God

After living through a war, a lot of us are left with many questions.  Most pressing for me being, “How can I be a good husband, father, and Christian leader after everything ... Continue Reading →

God Will Never Abandon You

After finding Christ, many of us feel convicted about the sins we commit, even when just a short time previous, we felt completely comfortable in committing those same acts. We feel ... Continue Reading →

The Christian Capability Gap

Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me and know my anxious thoughts; And see if there be any hurtful way in me, And lead me in the everlasting way. – Psalm 139:23-24 Here ... Continue Reading →

Jesus is not a Republican

This article is a long time coming and one that I hope will convict many of you for placing your faith in anyone other than God. On a daily basis, I have to endure people commenting ... Continue Reading →

Our Nation at a Point of Desperation: The Will to Fight and to Pray

Then I looked, and I heard the voices of many angels. The angels were around the throne, the four living beings, and the elders. There were thousands and thousands of angels—10,000 ... Continue Reading →

The Burdens of War and Redemption Through Christ

War is primal and it is visceral. It pits man vs man in mortal conflict and it is generally the most memorable event of anyone’s life for those who lived through one. The problems ... Continue Reading →

What Football Can Teach Us About Christ and the Kingdom of Heaven

I’m so glad that football season is here. Due to possible misinterpretation, I must inform all readers that I’m talking about American football and not the football that we recognize ... Continue Reading →

Risky Business and The Power of Prayer

From 2012 to 2013, I was given the awesome opportunity to pray in the Strategic Operations Center (SOC) of the 1st Sustainment Brigade Support Command. My commander told me early on ... Continue Reading →

A Plea: Move Out and Cover Our Disable Veterans!

It’s always a joy seeing and working with other veterans. This is because of a shared camaraderie. That camaraderie is deep, respectful, and colorless which keeps Veterans closer ... Continue Reading →

What Meeting God Might Be Like for a Christian

A strange feeling washed over me. After months of battling the cancer that had ravaged my body, I had finally found a moment free from pain and from the nausea of the treatments. There ... Continue Reading →