Tag Archives: Matthew 7:21

You’re Going to Think I’m Crazy

Something’s going on. It started about 18 months ago – you could just feel something was changing. I talked with my accountability partner about it – he was feeling it, too. We couldn’t pinpoint it back then, but we just felt that there has been this spiritual intensity that we’ve never felt before. And we […]

White Church, Black Church or Jesus’ Church?

I got a little fired up today reading something on Facebook – imagine that! The blog Hello Christian reposted an article from the Huffington Post that basically said the “White Church” is the anti-Christ. Well, if there is such a thing as the “White Church,” I would agree that it is an anti-Christ, as would […]

Itching Ears

I haven’t done a blog in a while because I’ve been spending all my time studying. After what must have been a 10-year discernment process, I decided a couple of years ago to complete my education requirements for ordination. On February 17, I passed my ordination board interview and was ordained by the Evangelical Church […]

Trying to Find the Loophole

I was asked an interesting question by a friend on Facebook today in response to a post I put up from Tim Keller expertly explaining why punishment in the Old Testament is not how we act today. After reading the piece, which focused a bit on the OT punishment for homosexuality versus what our response […]

What is Wrong With You People?

These past 10 days or so have been a little difficult. I have found myself in the awkward and uncomfortable position of having to correct a couple of my fellow Christians regarding their actions, which is never fun. I keep asking myself the same question: “What is wrong with these people? Why can’t they do […]

Does Easter Matter?

For Christians, today begins the crescendo of Holy Week as we celebrate Maundy Thursday – the day Jesus ate his last meal with his disciples and was later arrested in the garden of Gethsemane; Good Friday – the day Jesus was nailed to the cross, was crucified, and died; and Easter Sunday – the day […]