Note: I suppose you could say this is a follow up post to my previous one entitled “My Son Is Black.” If you haven’t read that, I’d encourage you to go read it.
If you didn’t already know this: one of my sons is black. Just typing those words stirs up much emotion. With the recent happenings in Ferguson, racial divides have soared to the forefronts of our minds. It&
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
I love talking about Jesus. I love re-telling the stories that the Gospels share about Jesus. Like the woman caught in the act of adultery, for instance, and how He extended grace and mercy to her. There’s also
When taking a look at Adam and Eve and the Scripture surrounding their sin, it’s easy to see a couple of lies that they bought into. Those lies seem to have stuck and around and really affect our
If you know anything about Santa Claus, you know that one of his names is St. Nick. That’s because the modern day Santa character was fashioned after a real guy by the name of St. Nicholas. He lived
Disclaimer: This isn’t an anti-santa rant. Please read the full post before assuming what I’m saying. 🙂 Who doesn’t like Santa Clause? The man, the myth, the legend. The jolly laugh. The exciting gifts. The