This blog is designed to encourage and inspire you on your journey as a Christ follower. In my forty plus years of experience in ministry as pastor, missionary and denominational leader, I've discovered how important it is to encourage one another. Of all the things we can do for each other in the Body of Christ, nothing is more important. I pray this blog will lift up, encourage and bless someone in their spiritual journey.
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In the movie, The Matrix, the character Morpheus said to Neo, “You are here because you know something. What you know, you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life. There is something wrong with the world, but … Continue reading
The record-breaking storms this winter caused huge delays in airline flight schedules, and as a result, thousands of people were stranded in airports all over the country. Because of the backlog of canceled flights, many airports looked like pajama parties gone … Continue reading
It has been said, there are two, critical questions every successful CEO and business owner must answer. First, “What is your business?” Second, “How is business?” If we put these two questions to the Church, how would we answer them? … Continue reading
Let me ask you, “What is your calling? How many of you are members of a church? How many are ministers in that church? How many consider yourselves to be missionaries of that church? Most would say they are members. … Continue reading
My article last week was about what it means to be an attractional church. This week I want to focus on what it means to be a marginal church. The term “marginal church” refers to the fact that we no … Continue reading
Mammoth Cave National Park, in south central Kentucky, is one of the oldest tourist attractions in North America. People have visited this site since 1816. I often wonder what attracts people to these places. Is it the 400 miles of … Continue reading