Lightworkers and the Unrelenting Voice

“To the unrelenting voice in my head that will never allow me to stop.” These are the first words you will read in the dedication of retired Navy Seal and ultramarathon runner David Goggins’ best-selling self-published memoir, “Can’t Hurt Me”. In certain circles, Goggins has earned the reputation of being the toughest man on the … More Lightworkers and the Unrelenting Voice

Transforming Purpose

Years ago a friend told me that he was sad because he didn’t know his life’s purpose. For some reason, I had never thought about that concept before. And so, because I didn’t know how to take what he was saying seriously, I insensitively reacted with laughter. This upset him, which only made me laugh … More Transforming Purpose

Our Word’s Matter

A number of year’s ago, I had a book proposal rejected by a publisher. The book was based on the opening verses of Hebrews 11. 11 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. 2 For by it the elders obtained a good testimony. 3 By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so … More Our Word’s Matter

Think What You Want to Think and Other Things Pastors Aren’t Supposed to Say

As I said in the video, I feel like this blog was a long time coming.  Since I accepted the “call to ministry”, I have wrestled with different ways that I naturally express myself.  Here are four things that easily came out of my mouth that made me think I was unqualified for public ministry: … More Think What You Want to Think and Other Things Pastors Aren’t Supposed to Say

The Firstborn of Many – The Man of Steel as a Messianic Metaphor

***WARNING*** THERE WILL BE ALL KINDS OF MAN OF STEEL SPOILERS IN THIS POST.  IF THAT KIND OF THING BOTHERS YOU…. WELL JUST SKIP THIS POST.  AS A MATTER OF FACT, EVEN IF YOU ALREADY SAW THE MOVIE I MAY STILL SPOIL YOUR MEMORIES OR THE DVD RELEASE.  DEPENDING ON YOUR OUTLOOK, THIS POST MAY … More The Firstborn of Many – The Man of Steel as a Messianic Metaphor