I'm back. The Lord has been moving in my life

It’s the end of March, 2017 and I’ve become used to my “new normal”. I’m not the person I was before my brain surgery last May. I’ve learned to depend on the Lord for almost everything. By doing that, I’ve gotten a much better understanding of God and how our relationship with Him should work. I’ve been going to Bible College off and on for years, and will be publishing more papers as they are written. I will also be updating my relationship with Him, as He leads.

Lenten Journal - Day 27: Sloth

Monday of the Fourth Week of Lent

John 4:47 – When he heard that Jesus had come from Judea to Galilee, he went and begged him to come down and heal his son, for he was at the point of death.

The Power Of Unity


Devotion for Tuesday March 28, 2017

Topic: The Power Of Unity

Text: Acts 4:32 – 37

Unity is indispensable among Christians if they hope to achieve the mandate given by Christ to make disciples of all nations. This is so because no single Christian has all that is needed to build the body of Christ. All of us have diverse gifts that should be coordinated to build the church of God. Unity is possible where there is love.

Here's the rub.

We wait too long.

there are so many things that need to be said. People to be encouraged. I love you’s that need to be spoken. Friendships that need to be cultivated. and we wait until it’s too late.

We look at the news and we wonder why the suicide rates are jumping. We ask ourselves why but then don’t even listen to the answer.

Maybe the reason why is because you waited until it was too late.

I am the Word: Dyslexia and Church

If you struggle to read …

How do you sing along in church? Follow in the bulletin? Participate in Sunday School?

If you struggle to read …..how do you access the word?

As the parent to a child who has profound dyslexia, I live this daily. But what about the 32 million American adults who cannot read? Do they hide it? Just stay home from church? That’s not even taking into account the additional 21% who read below a 5th-grade level.


As defined by Wikipedia, temptation is an “immediate, pleasurable urge and/or impulse that disrupts an individual’s ability to wait for the long-term goals which the individual hopes to attain.” It can also mean “the state of being attracted and enticed” like when you want to eat a piece of chocolate cake, but know that you shouldn’t. Since this is a Christian blog though, the definition of temptation I will be referring to is the “inclination to sin”.


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