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A View To Eternity

I thought I would allow folks to peer inside the struggles going on in my little brain in recent weeks. (Please don’t be afraid, if it gets too scary you can leave at any moment you choose.) In the first century after Jesus died and was resurrected, Christians were on the outside. They were revolutionaries; […]

Throwing Off Egypt

This is a somewhat edited version of my sermon this morning at Agape Christian Fellowship, in Brattleboro, Vermont. God has been gracious enough to allow us to minister to a number of folks during this season who are in recovery from substance abuse. Over the years, Agape has been a welcome haven for those struggling […]

The Change Obama Promised

Let’s all remember that on November 4, 2008 in his victory speech delivered in Grant Park, Chicago, IL – Barack Obama promised to “fundamentally change America.” He, along with politicians on both sides of the aisle have delivered on that promise. I think few people gathered in Grant Park or watching on television had even […]

Hath God Said?

Every once in awhile it is helpful to put difficult things in perspective. We can look at things from our human perspective and they appear to be something that they are not. As Christ-followers, we need to look at the world from God’s perspective; through the lens of Scripture. To do so is to more […]

Changing America

“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. And awe came upon every soul, and many wonders and signs were being done through the apostles. And all who believed were together and had all things in common. And they were selling their possessions and […]


  (I originally wrote this article on the plane in 2016 as I few back to Vermont from the Colorado Christian Writers Conference.  I was so blessed by the conference, by Marlene Bagnull and the excellent staff she seems to assemble year after year that I felt compelled to put my feelings into print.  Since […]

A Different Walk

For eight hours, he prepares his uniform and his mind for duty. Every day of his duty, he gets a fresh haircut. And when he is on duty, he will not vary from his command a single step, or for a single second, no matter the weather, no matter the hour of the day, no […]

The Arm of Flesh Will Fail

Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help And rely on horses, And trust in chariots because they are many And in horsemen because they are very strong, But does not look to the Holy One of Israel or consult the Lord! It is not so much that I oppose any candidate for […]

Integrity Traumatized by Expediency

[Notice: This article is for adults and not children. I apologize for the graphic nature of some of the material contained in this article; however, I need to be direct in order to adequately address a matter of grave concern to me regarding the state of the heart of the Body of Christ in America. […]


[Zurich Switzerland] I am sitting in a hotel room in Zurich, Switzerland awaiting the arrival of my youngest daughter who will join me this afternoon from Spain. We will take a few days on holiday together before returning to the states. Abigail has just finished a stint with YWAM’s Marriage of the Arts DTS in […]

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