Dear Donald Miller

There is a lot of attention right now being given to the following post from Don Miller – the one reenforcing people to not go to church “often” if they simply aren’t feeling it. I have listened to him a great deal. I too have read most all of his writing and I resonate with […]

BLOG: Philip Seymour Hoffman found dead

This is not the norm for me. This is actually far from a book review and nowhere near the business of any publishing house. But I write on this because seeing the news has shaken me in ways that headlines in the past, headlines of famous celebrities, has not shaken me before. As sincere and […]

Featured: Finding God in a Storm [#Kindle Edition]

Finding God in a Storm is a devotional illustrated book written for Readers who are experiencing loss, worry and anxiety, bereavement, job loss, illness, depression, emotional pain and heartache or approaching a crossroads in their lives. The book is a collection of biblical scriptures and images supported by words of encouragement and inspiration. It is […]

Confession by Kings Kaleidoscope

I was obstinate. My neck, an iron tendon. My head was like a stone. I did what I wanted. Wretched, wretched, bound. Gagged and shackled. You give, You give life. I ignore it. Who would set me free from bondage, and put sin to death, put sin to death? I have turned inward, and out to things […]

Blog: Unhappy where I am. Is this church for me?

I do a lot of work with those “dreadful,” “dead end,” “discontent,” and “divisive” millennials. You know who I’m talking about – not because you’ve taken the time to sit and listen to them but because you’ve read the blogs. You’ve seen the latest books on ministering to them. You know the stats. You’ve heard […]