Viewing: Gospel

A Letter To the Church of Young Adults

I was approached a few weeks ago to write a letter to a group of Young Adults that were going to be meeting at our denomination’s summer camp for a retreat.  I thought it would be a good post to share, enjoy. To the Church that is meeting at Camp Gideon: May the power of […] Read more


Over the last two months my soul has been burdened with the loss of Kingdom importance. What do I mean by this:  It’s simple; we are more concerned with the outward appearance of our lawns than we are the spiritually deprived family members we live with.  We are focused on the next great thing that […] Read more

Get Lost

I love getting lost. I mean it’s not always the most convenient thing or the greatest feeling to experience, but I love the idea of being in a place that is unknown and foreign.  Growing up my family lived in some pretty different places.  We spent time in Germany, England, Michigan, Nevada and Ohio.  We […] Read more

Get Out Of The Way

“Do whatever he tells you.” John 2:5(b) One of the hardest things to do as a believer in Christ is what he tells us to do.  We always want to question his leading, challenge his prompting or even just bluntly disobey.  God is calling all of us to a deep level of obedience so that […] Read more


With Easter right around the corner I decided to sit down and read about Christ’s last few days before the cross.  As I began to read in Luke 19 I was taken back by these words of Christ, “Go to the village ahead of you, and as you enter it, you will find a colt […] Read more

Snowmen & Creation

I believe that we know God, because God designed us to know Him.  In Ecclesiastes 3:11 it says, “He has made everything beautiful in its time.  He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end” (NIV, Bold and Italics me).  We also know […] Read more


As I stepped out of the holding cell and onto the prison yard for the first time my mind went blank.  I remember my eyes zooming back and forth trying to establish some sense of direction.  My feet became heavy with uncertainty and my chest tight with anticipation. I knew my life was about to […] Read more

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