Category: Blog Post

September 14, 2020

The Price of Neglect & A Commitment to the Lord

(My adaptation from A.W. Tozer’s version in “The Price of Neglect” pages 104-105) A commitment to my Lord Jesus: From this day forward I refuse to compete with anyone who is a servant of Yours. They have congregations larger than mine. So be it. I rejoice in their success. They have greater gifts. Very well. For it’s not in their power nor in mine but by Your […]

August 20, 2020

Little Country Church

#ThrowbackThursday In the early 70’s, during the beginnings of what became known as the “Jesus Movement,” a group of young musicians, desiring to express their new-found faith in Jesus Christ through music, formed a band called Love Song. The music was fresh, sometimes radical, and yet, truly inspirational for a generation of young people searching for truth and it blazed the path for what we […]

August 16, 2020

Pandemic Revival

In one fell swoop, Covid-19 has dethroned many of nations our idols. We are finally realizing what is really important. In this sense, I am incredibly encouraged since this is fertile ground for revival. Revival thrives in brokenness, repentance, humility, and passionate prayer. I am concerned that America is fearful but not repentant, anxious but not surrendered to God, worried but not worshipful, confused but […]

August 14, 2020

Are You Struggling With Church?

If you (or a Christian you know) is struggling with how you feel about the church, ask yourself these 3 questions: Matthew 16:18 says Jesus built the church. Would the Son of God actually spend time building something that was worthless? Acts 20:28 says Jesus shed His blood for the church. Would the Son of God have been willing to endure the suffering He went […]

July 30, 2020

‘Be Best’ is Advocating that Every Child Find a Loving, Safe and Forever Family

America’s kids need us now more than ever. The disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have had a serious impact on America’s children and those who care for them, from parents and teachers to child welfare workers and foster families. The Be Best campaign, has made foster care a top priority, as a foster-care parent I’m thankful small & good changes are being made! Read […]