“I can’t handle this anymore. Suicide has become a daily, hourly consideration for me. I can’t keep going. I will kill myself.” I don’t remember if those were the exact words, but it was something like that
Grace seems to be quite the buzz word lately. Sermons upon sermons have been preached. Ministries have been birthed. Books have been written. A lot of what has come forth is good, but other aspects maybe not so much. When
“My soul is in the midst of lions; I lie down amid fiery beasts…” – Psalm 57:4 I’ve been reading through the Psalms lately, and needless to say, I have really been enjoying myself.
“Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.” – John 8:7 The above words were those spoken by Jesus over a broken woman, a sinner who had been
A few weeks ago, Hannah and I had a heart to heart conversation with the other elders of our church. We shared with them feelings of being burnt out and weariness. Their response: we needed to take a break. In
I’ve had this blog post in draft mode for a while, however, because of some recent events surrounding well-known pastors, I thought I’d maybe dust it off and share it. If you weren’t aware,
I came across an article today from Charisma entitled “7 Inspiring Leaders and the Traits That Made Them Great“. I was very disappointed with what I found. Actually, I was more than disappointed. I was mad. The traits
“For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions…” – 2 Timothy 4:3 ESV I’ve not