Are we holding our young people Back?

“I just don’t know what to think about kids in this generation.” “Kids today just want to play video games. They have no desire to study the Bible” “I’m scared to think of what the future of the church will be when I look at the next generation.”   I have heard these statements along … Continue reading Are we holding our young people Back?

10 Years of Preaching: What I have Learned

 A friend of mine who also just passed the 10 year mark wrote a similar post that would be worth your time: You can find his post here. About 2 months ago, I officially crossed the date on my calendar marking 10 years of preaching and full time ministry. I thought about writing a blog on … Continue reading 10 Years of Preaching: What I have Learned

Strap on your Sword!

  One of the most inspiring accounts contained in Old Testament scripture concerning the resiliency and work ethic of God’s people can be found in the book of Nehemiah. If you want the full picture of what is happening you need to go back to the book of Jeremiah.   The short version: Jeremiah was … Continue reading Strap on your Sword!

Jesus, Friend of Sinners

Religious people, have often fallen in the trap of being hypocrites, and holier than thou. It was true in the days of Jesus, and if we are not careful, it can be true of us today as well. In Luke chapter 7 this is pointed out clearly. Many people mocked John the Baptist because he … Continue reading Jesus, Friend of Sinners

Why In The World Would You Homeschool Your Kids?

Homeschooling is here to stay. More and more families are choosing to homeschool their children. In fact, more families are homeschooling their children now than any other time in recent years. According to the National Center for Education Statistics and Analyses, since 2012 the number of children being homeschooled has grown from 1.8 million to … Continue reading Why In The World Would You Homeschool Your Kids?

“Dear Dad, I Get It Now”

One of my absolute favorite things about my childhood was going camping with my family. The mountain climbing, swimming, hiking, relaxing around the fire, and of course scary stories were right up my alley. I got to take my family camping at the same place that I grew up camping. It was a blessing. As … Continue reading “Dear Dad, I Get It Now”