Wow. So where to start? I don’t even have a title for this post yet, nor do I know what this will even look like as I am trying to type this out in the browser of my phone without any tools I would normally have on a desktop computer.
As I read about the controversy swirling around James MacDonald and Harvest Bible Chapel, my heart breaks. As a former attendee of the Deerfield Road campus, my heart hurts for my friends there. This letter is for them, for any who would take time to care about this issue, and
I am so excited to share with you that I am working on a new book. Since the writing of my last book, “Nigerian Genocide,” I have started and quit several books. Life over the past few years has been nothing if not hectic. I had to take a break
So I awoke this morning to a lot of smoke in our garage and of course outside of our house. We already knew the wind would shift our direction, so it was expected. What was not expected was a ring of our doorbell at 10am. Having checked the social media
View from near my house on Day 1 So, today I decided to write about the fire. Mostly to document and to share with all of you what is going on. At the time of this writing, we are safe and out of harm’s way. Tomorrow, due to shifting winds,
Wow, I was just convicted by the Holy Spirit! While watching Part 2 of David Jeremiah’s Spiritual Warfare videos, he gave this imagery about Satan talking to his demons. “As long as Christians stay close to God, we have no power of them. So this is how you gain victory
It is now available! Discover the genocide taking place against Christians in Nigeria.
It’s amazing how God works sometimes. I had been contemplating this very issue and applying its concepts to my life when it was reinforced today through one of my church’s pastors. This pastor does not normally preach. He might be the youth pastor, not sure (we are new to