Do You Have Faith or Rotten Bread?

When is the last time that you lived by faith? I don’t simply mean do you have faith? I mean, do you really live like everything doesn’t depend on you? The old hymn “Living By Faith” lays it out beautifully: “I care not today, what the morrow may bring, if shadow or sunshine or rain. … Continue reading Do You Have Faith or Rotten Bread?

“4 Questions Christians Need to Stop Asking”

  Generally speaking, I love it when I am teaching Bible class and someone raises their hand, or just interrupts me with a question. I enjoy the questions because often times the one asking, has a different view point than I do and I can learn from them. Other times I enjoy it simply because … Continue reading “4 Questions Christians Need to Stop Asking”

“The King Has Fallen, and So Have You”

Most Bible students know king David as the great king of Israel, the guy who killed Goliath, the guy who cheated on his wife with Bathsheba, or the man after God’s own heart. Without a doubt, David’s life had it’s ups and downs.                Some of the most powerful … Continue reading “The King Has Fallen, and So Have You”

The Power of the Tongue and Sniper Fire

  Lt. General Russel Honore revealed a real life, humorous account in his book, “Leadership in the New Normal” He wrote about something that happened while he was assisting with the relief efforts in the city of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. Outside of the Saints stadium where thousands were seeking shelter after being displaced, … Continue reading The Power of the Tongue and Sniper Fire

“The Good News About ISIS”

I know you have seen the news. I know you have read the paper, and read the internet articles. ISIS is scary. If you are like me, it breaks your heart a little more when you hear of another act of violence. It breaks your heart even more when you realize that you are becoming … Continue reading “The Good News About ISIS”

“Oh, Me of little Faith”

 I have spent the last couple of weeks struggling with myself. I have been struggling because I have desperately wanted to write about my experience on my first door knocking campaign with the Northwest church in Lawton, Ok where I currently serve. It has been a struggle mainly because I literally could not think of … Continue reading “Oh, Me of little Faith”

Is Faith Shared or Inherited?

                    In common culture today when a loved one passes away, the friends and family are left to cope with the loss, but also the daunting task of sorting through their loved ones belongings. They must decide who is to receive what items, and what is to be done with all of the things that … Continue reading Is Faith Shared or Inherited?