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 →

I Don’t Know What I Believe

From October 2012-June 2013, I was deployed to Bagram, Afghanistan. This was my 4th deployment for a total of 42 months down range. In my career, I have had the privilege of serving ... Continue Reading →

Martial Law or Jubilee, You Decide!

Hundreds of years ago these United States of America set into effect a form of government with a capability to declare Martial Law in extreme circumstances. Since then, the Supreme ... Continue Reading →

All Souls Matter: Keeping Our Eyes On Christ

Today, our collective relationships with one another in our country are in need of dire healing and strengthening. The most recent senseless deaths that are grabbing all the headlines ... Continue Reading →

The Prodigal Father

“And he said, ‘there was a man who had two sons.’” – Luke 15:11 When presented with the Luke 15 passage about the Prodigal or Lost Son, the Father in this story is often ... Continue Reading →

The Confederate Flag: The SBC and Dr. James Merritt Got it Right

I was blessed to be witness to and part of what many would call a small change, but one that I think will go down as a pivotal moment for American evangelicalism.  What I saw yesterday ... Continue Reading →

Come What May

The phrase, “Come what may” in today’s terms is largely unknown. Few understand it and even fewer live by these three words. We only see it used twice in scripture but both times ... Continue Reading →

Living in a Post-Christian World: Behind Enemy Lines

In their case, the god of this age has blinded the minds of the unbelievers so they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. – 2 Corinthians ... Continue Reading →

Appetite: Sin vs. Righteousness

“The bed is too short on which to stretch out, and the blanket is too small to wrap oneself in.” Isaiah 28:20 The one that pursues righteousness possesses a different appetite than ... Continue Reading →