I’m a Pastor and I Can Think of 4 Reasons Why the Superbowl Is More Exciting than Church

Did you know that you are not allowed to use the word “Superbowl” without the expressed written permission of the NFL? They want royalties I suppose and I’m sure they want to protect their brand from unwanted advertisements. Well since I make no money blogging (in fact, I had to buy my own domain name) … More I’m a Pastor and I Can Think of 4 Reasons Why the Superbowl Is More Exciting than Church

The Most In-depth Blog on Christmas You Never Thought You’d Want to Read

  You’ve probably been celebrating Christmas since you were a baby and you probably think there’s nothing you don’t know about the Christmas story.   There actually isn’t a whole lot written about Jesus’ birth so some of this is speculation, but I wouldn’t share it with you if I wasn’t at least 51% sure.   … More The Most In-depth Blog on Christmas You Never Thought You’d Want to Read

Terrorism, Racism, Natural Disasters: Is the Future Better or Worse?

This is the age-old question of science fiction. What’s more likely? Mad Max or Star Trek. Or is it more likely that it’s something in-between like Star Wars where some people have space ships and light sabers and laser blasters; while others live in sand igloos and are slaves to the ugliest creatures in the … More Terrorism, Racism, Natural Disasters: Is the Future Better or Worse?

The New Sexual Morality

These last few years, I’ve noticed a change in sexual acceptance. I don’t know if there’s been a change in sexual activity, but definitely acceptance. I’m specifically writing this to Christians. I don’t expect non-Christians to care what the Bible has to say. But I think I’m at least somewhat surprised at the shift in … More The New Sexual Morality

Digital Discipleship 101: The First Steps for the New American Believer to Take

I get asked often on advice for new Believers in beginning their journey of faith. In this post I may interchange the word “new” for “young” but I’m not referring to numerical age, but rather simply referring to someone’s lack of experience in their Christian walk. I actually think Americans have some unique challenges when … More Digital Discipleship 101: The First Steps for the New American Believer to Take