5 destructive myths about Jesus Pt II – Everything is A-Okay Jesus

First, an apology. I hoped to have this blog entry posted about 5 days ago, but occupying a 6 month old’s attention has occupied my time pretty well over the last few days. So, sorry for the delay. Second, I … Continued

Five destructive myths about Jesus

5 destructive myths about Jesus I will never forget the day it happened. A few years back a friend and I were praying with a woman who was in a tough emotional situation. And when I say tough, I mean … Continued

5 Church sayings that need to be retired (or at least used correctly)

Language and word choice is a big deal. And as Christians, we have some church sayings that need to go into the dumpster Growing up in the church, I wasn’t aware that Christians had their own “special” language. Even worse, … Continued

Why did the Hebrews have to paint their lintels & doorposts with blood for Passover?

If God is all knowing and all-powerful, why did the Hebrews have to paint their lintels and doorposts with lamb’s blood to identify themselves at the first Passover?   First, a little background. Way back in another life, before I … Continued

Evangelism 101 – God loves devil worshipers Part 2

Evangelism. It is a word that strikes fear into quite a few people, Christian and non-Christian alike. But evangelism is nothing to fear. In fact, as Christians we are called to spread the Gospel. If you have spent more than … Continued

Everything is coming up Rosie – A story of a life come true

So how does the story of Rosie truly begin? Well, you have to know a very important fact… I just have to say, my wife is the most amazing person I have ever met. Who is the coolest person I’ve … Continued

Redemption is spelled capital G-O-D

“He has sent redemption to His people; He has ordained His covenant forever; Holy and awesome is His name.” Psalm 111:9 Redemption is sweet. And when I say sweet, I mean really sweet. As many of you know, my wife … Continued

Thoughts on Prayer

  I don’t know why I ever believed otherwise. Maybe it was watching too many “religious/ritual-type” ceremonies. Maybe it was the movies. Maybe it was Sunday School. Whatever it was, man, I thought prayer was boring. But the truth is, … Continued