“Seriously?!?!?!? You’re going to beat that dead horse again?” Okay, I get it. The thought of rehashing the whole ‘how to label yourself’ debate is not a very popular one. Stay with me, though. I promise that it’s not my intent to keep this debate alive; rather, my intent is to share with you my
The following is not an original thought; rather, one I borrowed from Pastor James Ford from a message that he preached at Moody Bible Institute’s Founder’s Week 2013. The illustration was so simple; and yet, it drove home a very important point. At the risk of mutulating the analogy, I would like to share it
So this is the second time that Dr. Tony Evans has motivated me to share my thoughts on this blog. The significance in this is that I do not typically prefer to listen to radio sermons; however, God has a way of grabbing my attention in the most unexpected of ways . . . .
So I was listening to Focus On The Family in my car during lunch, as I do often. On this particular broadcast, Dr. Tony Evans was the guest; and, he was discussing topics from his latest book entitled “Kingdom Man” . Now, I have not read this book as of yet; however, when Dr. Evans
I posted this one before; however, I felt it relevant enough to post it again . . . What are you in this for?…. Whether you are a secular artist or a Christian artist, this remains a relevant question: When you get up on the stage in front of the masses, what is your motivation
Several months ago, I saw a video on YouTube by a poet named Karness Turner which absolutely convicted me. To this day, I can hear his words in my head over and over asking me: does anyone know that I am a Christian? The challenge for me is that I am naturally an introverted person.