Last week I had the privilege of sharing God's word during the main service at my church. You can listen to my sermon by clicking the link below. I would love to hear your feedback in the comments below! Click here to listen to Out of The Box!
In any typical grocery store you will find a clearance section with an assortment of items which all have one thing in common; they’re flawed. They might be nearing their expiration date or have a dent, a scratch a ding etc. They come with a label on them, “As Is” There is no returning them, … Continue reading Lay down your Stones
More than anything right now, I want to be walking pain free and without crutches in a way that I haven’t done in at least four months and in a way that is better than ever before. As I lay in bed my mind says “Let’s get up and go!” but when I try it … Continue reading A Little Uncomfortable
The other day I met with some fellow youth pastors. We shared stories, broke bread and had a time of getting to know each other. We shared some of our highlights, frustrations and ideas with each other. It’s good to have a network of people like this, because crazy things happen in ministry that only … Continue reading United
There are these two teen guys that hang outside of our church. After school hours they bring their skateboards and use our curb as a playscape. The first time I saw them I was on my way to a student’s football game. I was planning on stopping by the church for a moment, but when … Continue reading Basic Needs
For the first month or so of what seems like forever, I was doing fine on crutches. I don’t celebrate the occasions, but this wasn’t my first time using the metal medical sticks. Over the years, I have learned how to hold them correctly so that you won’t need towels wrapped around the tops to … Continue reading Perseverance
I realize I am a day late on this, but something about the weather today reminded me. Anyone who is old enough to remember, can recall that beautiful blue sky before it was filled with smoke. The stillness of the air before it echoed with tragedy. Before 8:46am it was a day that felt like … Continue reading Never Forget