9/29/13, Jacksonville Florida- Christ’s Church Jacksonville

A message on diversity in the Church

What’s up family, this is a message about something that is very close to my heart. Diversity in the church. Should we divide on Sundays based on race/class/culture etc? Click the link below and listen for my take.

second gift of love

Family and friends, I’m overwhelmed in the very best of ways. I married the incredible Jessica Moreland (Rice!) this past Saturday and here’s a couple things that stood out: 1. If tears are the new macho, I’m freaking Rambo. 2. With no required proof to get a wedding certificate after being widowed, I could easily […]

A look back, 2 years later.

I think I’ve already established that I’m the worst blogger in the world. I’m inconsistent, I over promise, and lie to myself weekly that I’m going to blog more frequently. Today, I’m giving up the lies and admitting that (at best) I’ll blog sporadically. Still, I do hope that what I actually write is potent […]

2/10/13 @ Forefront Church: Transfiguration

past behavior, future promises…

(Haven’t blogged in a minute, but I’m back and better than ever. Stay tuned for some ridiculously exciting news on my front.) be·hav·ior (noun) \bi-ˈhā-vyər, Definition of BEHAVIOR 1. a) : the manner of conducting oneself b) : anything that an organism does involving action and response to stimulation c) : the response of an […]

Mourn with those who mourn

Romans 12:15 Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn. What’s up mi gente, been a while since I’ve blogged. I’m a terrible blogger really. I generally wait for something to kickstart a blog and today would have been the 3 year anniversary of marrying my late wife, so that’s what got the […]

Why I Still Follow Jesus (8/19/12)

Writing a Better Story for our lives: The Parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector

7/22/12 @ Forefront Church NYC

death sucks, life is hard, & God is good

Today marks one year since I lost my wife, my best friend and my lover, Danielle. And over this past year I’ve learned a number of things. Honestly, there are very few things I can say that I really know. Divorce rates in this country alone are evidence that what we think we know and […]