Category: Theo…

Lost, stuck, and the way out

We are forgetting that the Gospel is the solution. We too often treat the Gospel as a side issue, even though the current buzz states the Gospel is central. The questions we are asking right now is how do we live justly? The cycle… Continue Reading “Lost, stuck, and the way out”

Insights form teaching Mark

When I finish teaching through book I like to pause and reflect. There is what you think you know when you go in, and then there is what stands out when you finished. After working through books of the Bible it can be all… Continue Reading “Insights form teaching Mark”

The Jesus centered wheel needs an alignment…

“How does Jesus pointing people to God the Father line up with the emphasis on Jesus in preaching?” I asked during a conference. “It seems with our emphasis on Jesus in the Scriptures we are forgetting God the Father, who Jesus pointed to, submitted… Continue Reading “The Jesus centered wheel needs an alignment…”

Reding the Bible in a week

On occasion the Holy Spirit, whose operations are mysterious no doubt, taps you on the shoulder. The tap is often a kind way of saying you need to do something different or correctly. This occurred when on a spiritual retreat. I wanted to try… Continue Reading “Reding the Bible in a week”

Why the church is doing just fine…

The crying out on the state of the church is huge, massive, and honestly misplaced. Much of it stems from the impression that we control the church instead of Jesus. In a conversation with a person decrying the status of the North American church,… Continue Reading “Why the church is doing just fine…”

The opposite of freedom is tyranny

I’ve had many conversations with believers who hold socialistic views from a seemingly biblical standpoint. While the marriage of church and state is disaster, it is essential for both to be in the public square. The marriage of church and state is disaster, yet… Continue Reading “The opposite of freedom is tyranny”

Secularism and the problem of humanity

I am not surprised. The news that broke this week about Planned Parenthood is a natural outgrowth of secular thought. Just as superiority of a certain ethnicity is an outgrowth of evolutionary thought. Treating aborted babies as a cash crop is consistent. Stating the… Continue Reading “Secularism and the problem of humanity”

Who turned out the lights for a brighter future?

Every once in a while an article or articles you post online blows up your feed. Clearly, lighting in a worship center is a sensitive issue. In the ground swell of discussion there are a few concerns and patterns that need to be addressed.… Continue Reading “Who turned out the lights for a brighter future?”

Church would be better if people thought like and agreed with me!

I finally found the solution to ALL the church’s problems! For sure this will be a chapter in my up and coming book “Humility and how I achieved it.” Oh wait! I do have a chapter about that! Let me be frank, cause I… Continue Reading “Church would be better if people thought like and agreed with me!”

Get to work! A perspective on prophesy

“It is not for you to know the times or seasons that the Father has fixed by his own authority.” ~Jesus Given the news of late and also preparing for an up and coming sermon series, some people raised questions on how events relate… Continue Reading “Get to work! A perspective on prophesy”