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A View of the President in the Age of Distinction – [Part 4]

This my fourth in the series on a view of the president in the age of distinction. In this installment, I want to take a turn from speaking mainly about the president to speaking about things that the Church in America need to focus on in light of what President Trump has meant in the […]

A View of the President in the Age of Distinction – [Part 3]

This the third installment in my series on the President in the Age of Distinction. In previous posts, I’ve covered many of the differing views of people, mainly Christians as it relates to the president and whether he’s believed to be a present-day type of David or even an instrument of God in this nation. […]

A View of the President in the Age of Distinction – [Part 2]

In my last post, I shared a few thoughts on how there have been varying views of the President of the United States in this age of distinction. In this post, I want to continue looking at this age of distinction while acknowledging opposing views that have seemingly placed Christians in the position of having […]

The King Dream Cries for New Voices for a New Day

It is probably no stretch to say that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of the most prolific voices for social justice that our nation has even known in the modern era. His voice rung out loud during a time when many had gone silent. The nation had not been that many years removed […]

Things to Consider as You Ponder the Last Ten Years

If you’re like me, you probably love the year in review shows that air on television right around this time. With this being the end of a decade, you’re more than likely going to see quite a bit of decade in reviews happening. As this is probably going to be my last post of the […]

Are We Called to Judge Salvation?

We’ve been inundated by reports of late about people like Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and others all sharing personal testimonies of God’s impact and influence in their lives. When looking at the Mountain of Arts and Entertainment, it can become quite easy for us to slip into a seat of judgment because so […]

Self-Inflicted Wounds in the Church

All this week, many across the body of Christ have been deeply impacted by the reports of a response made by John MacArthur at the “Truth Matters Conference”. When asked to respond to the name Beth Moore, his initial comment was simply “Go home!” His comment did not end with that. As was shared by […]

A Simple Truth About Marriage Ministry

There are few people at this time who have not heard of the news regarding the marriage and ministry of Joshua Harris, author of books like I Kissed Dating Goodbye and Boy Meets Girl. The news of his separation from his wife and his walking away from Christianity reverberated throughout the body of Christ. This is not […]

Awakening the Church to the Reality of Wolves Among Lambs

In the Gospel of John, in the tenth chapter, Jesus conveys the message of the good shepherd. In this passage, he distinguishes the difference between the shepherd, a hireling, and a thief. The shepherd’s heart is for the sheep and will defend them at the cost of his own life. An example of this can […]

Tragedy After Trauma

In the span of a week, two students who survived the Parkland School Shooting tragically die in apparent suicides. First, was Sydney Aiello on Sunday, March 17th. Next, was Calvin Desir on Saturday, March 23rd. Then, on Monday, March 25th, after the second student has died, Jeremy Richland, the father of one of the 26 victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting takes his own life. While, an explanation is still too […]

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