Tongues and Tribes: Understanding Pentecost

When we love each other, despite our differences, we represent our Father well. It can be hard at times to love those that do not love us in return, or those that share a different understanding than we do. But I have recently been reminded about the power of God’s love for us, that even

2016-06-03T04:22:03+00:00May 27th, 2016|

Sons and Daughters: The Prodigal Story

Sonship can never be taken away but the strength of a relationship takes two. The story of the prodigal son is probably my favorite passage of scripture. It paints an amazing picture of God’s love for us and also speaks to the reason behind it. The passage teaches sonship and a proper understanding of it leads to right

2018-10-25T06:36:04+00:00May 18th, 2016|

The Real State of The Union

If you watched the Grammys Sunday night you witnessed something very significant. No, I am not referring to the homosexual marital union. I am talking about a message given through Katy Perry’s song Dark Horse. Katy Perry, accompanied by rapper Juicy J, formerly of Three 6 Mafia (666), gave America a hidden but clear message.

2017-02-26T23:58:40+00:00January 29th, 2014|

The Voice of the Unborn

I am holding my sons when they should still be in my wife’s womb. Think about that for a second. I know their personalities. I know their temperament. I am holding them in my arms. They hold my finger. As I previously wrote, and for those that don’t know me, we have sons that were

2017-02-26T23:58:40+00:00January 23rd, 2014|

The Fight for Life

How do you put into words the feeling you have holding your child for the first time? You can’t. Hannah and I both agreed it is a love like we have never felt before. We looked at each other and sort of laughed because we both knew what the other person was thinking. We love

2017-02-26T23:58:40+00:00January 13th, 2014|