Our Elder Brother

  Jesus is our elder brother. We are family—the family of God. And like Jesus, we have a role to play. A plan to discover. A purpose to fulfill. Jesus was born into human flesh to complete a great work that was crafted just for him. There was no other who could do it. He […]

Snakes Do What Snakes Do

  America continues to be torn apart over issues of racial violence and inequality. I hear howling about how the ancestors of African-Americans were once slaves to white men. This is true, this is barbaric, and there needs to be continued repentance for the oppression of not only black men and women, but Irish and […]

"Woke"

I have been assailed by a horde of white “woke” folks this week who have confidently instructed me that I clearly don’t understand, and most certainly don’t care about the victims of racial inequality in America––implying that I need to be more “woke.” This is my response to that accusation:   Abortion is the number […]

AN URGENT APPEAL

  What is inconvenient for some is a disaster for others. The Deaf community in Kenya has been economically devastated by the COVID 19 pandemic. Families are hungry with no way to obtain food.  As many of my friends are aware, I have been deeply involved in ministry to the Deaf in Kenya for almost […]

I Will Not Fear

  Two great fears stalk the American public: We are afraid of the coronavirus and we fear the growing control of the government in our lives at all levels. On the one side, there are those who are absolutely consumed with fear that they or someone they love might contract this virus. How do we […]

Called To Freedom

  Galatians 5:13 warns:  “For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.” Paul warned the Galatians that the freedom we have in Christ does not constitute a license to sin.  The grace of God is not permission to […]

A Hairless Church

(Note: My comments here will prove irritating for some very fine people. I could apologize in advance, but I won’t. Sometimes what we need is some well-placed irritation, and there are some would suggest that irritation is what I do best. Please listen to what I AM saying and don’t try to imagine what I […]

A Parable

A Parable for those among us who would be a king . . .  The King tossed about upon his bed, rolling first to one side and then the other. He was asleep, but rest would not be a part of this sleep. Troubling visions danced in his dreams all through the night; visions of […]

A Town Named Gantt

I don’t know what brought the following to mind, and I’m pretty sure I’ve written about my experience visiting the Town of Gantt, South Carolina before. I just have a feeling that it will speak to someone’s heart today and maybe, just maybe bring a little smile into your life in a pretty dreary time. […]

What If We Couldn't Go to Church

I recently released a new book: OLD PATHS AND ANCIENT MARKERS, Guarding the Treasure of the Gospel. I wrote it to be instructional and inspirational in particular to parents and their families. I did not see it at the time as prophetic and yet . . . it has turned out to be just that. […]

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