A moment of vulnerability: Over the past 15 years, I have re-engaged with my faith in a fresh way. It started with me wrestling with what I believed generally about God and then led to me working out what I believed about the Bible. At a certain point, I landed a more orthodox perspective of […]Read More There is Less Heresy in Christian Circles Than People Think! Part 1
I grew up hearing the story of “The Tower of Babel”. Here is how it went… Humans refused to multiply and spread over the earth. They decided to build a tower to reach to God. Because of this, God confused them by giving them different languages and spread them out across the earth. This is […]Read More Are we Reliving the Tower of Babel?
I graduated from a Christian High School. I remember a song that we would sing in chapels. Holiness Holiness Is what I long for Holiness Is what I need Holiness Holiness Is what you want From me I would hear the word “holiness” often. If you asked the high school version of me what it […]Read More The Meaning of Holiness
Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. People of faith know that there is a world and a reality that is outside of what we can comprehend. We know that there is a divine power that is actually in control. When we struggle […]Read More When We Make Poor Choices by Faith
Luke 12 2 There is nothing concealed that will not be disclosed, or hidden that will not be made known. 3 What you have said in the dark will be heard in the daylight, and what you have whispered in the ear in the inner rooms will be proclaimed from the roofs. I am very […]Read More Franklin Graham’s Response to Dr. Ford is Harmful to so Many!
John MacArthur and many people in his theological camp have released a statement about social justice. You can read it here: https://statementonsocialjustice.com. Any stance of social justice would come out of an individual or body of believer’s understanding of “the gospel”. This I believe is why MacArthur and the other signers have made it a […]Read More How Jesus’s View of the Gospel leads us to Social Justice
In the past nine months, I haven’t been very public about all the details of my internal process. I was in a long transition to my next ministry assignment, and kept my internal process to trusted friends and mentors. I wanted people at my last church to know that I was fully present and onboard […]Read More Anglicanism – My Journey Continues
A little while back I tacked some of these same concepts that I am writing about here from the view point of Jesus in “Are We Unaware That We Are Disagreeing with Jesus?”. In this post I am tackling this same idea from the perspective of the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and I will […]Read More Are We Aware That We Are Disagreeing with the Holy Spirit?
I believe that the lion and the lamb conversation is one of the most misunderstood concepts that is taught about Jesus. Many songs, sermons, and statements have been made about Jesus being the lion and the lamb, but do we really understand this concept and what the Bible has to say? “The Lion the Witch […]Read More Jesus is not a lion, but He is a lamb!
I often hear, “It’s not about a head knowledge. It’s about a heart knowledge.” Is this true? Is Christianity primarily meant to be experiential? Are we not supposed to care about knowledge and growing in our understanding of God? The reality is that I think that there are three main reasons for this: 1. We […]Read More Are We Unaware That We Are Disagreeing With Jesus?