The Song of Hope
Sep02

The Song of Hope

With so much turmoil throughout the world, news of celebrity suicides due to depression, and the heartache of a normal life lived through difficulty, it is easy to lose sight of hope. It’s easy to lose sight of why it’s important, of why we can’t let it go. A life lived without hope is not a life lived in worth. It’s unaware of, or has forgotten, the simple beauty of its own existence. Forget about hope for...

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Is Depression Our Responsibility?
Aug12

Is Depression Our Responsibility?

The passing of Robin Williams shocked everyone in the country. One of the more beloved people of Hollywood, everyone knows who he is and everyone knows a lot of his work. My favorite of his was the movie What Dreams May Come, a powerful film about a man who, after dying and leaving his wife alone, tries to save his her from an eternity of hell after she commits suicide. The irony isn’t lost to me. Neither is the real-life...

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We Are N
Aug01

We Are N

Though there have been some reports coming out of Iraq for a couple of months now, the persecution of Christians has been vastly under-reported. The ISIS militants are marking the homes of Christians in Mosul and other parts of northern Iraq with the Arabic letter “N,” meaning Nazarene. Jesus. Yes. Our brothers and sisters are being marked. For persecution. And they are at this very hour being persecuted, tortured, driven...

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The Waiting IS the Point
Jul18

The Waiting IS the Point

We know as Christians that our walk with God will lead to a lot of ups and downs, trials and tribulations, joys and sorrows, loss and gain, peace and struggle. Last Sunday morning (July 6, 2014) I delivered a message at my church. I wanted to speak about the bride of Christ from Jesus’s perspective. But the Spirit kept moving in me and I felt strongly impressed to speak about Longsuffering. This wasn’t something I...

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