People are convinced that their lives can be “the greatest story ever told,” so they spend it chasing everything they can, trying to “get it ’til it’s gone.” Dre Murray explores the real meaning behind this in “Pharaoh”. ITUNES EXCLUSIVE OUT NOW https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/gold-rush-maybe-one-day/id662441555 http://goldrushmod.com
If you follow my posts on this blog, and I hope you do, you will know that on Wednesday nights my wife and I split up our youth group for ministry time. I take the senior high kids and she takes the junior high ones. But sometimes — not super often mind you — but […]
The first day of school can be bittersweet. It means freedom for mom, but it also means another year has come and gone. In this video, the Skitzy Chicks share a prayer for our kids as they head back to school. Purchase the video for public viewing here.
Our senior pastors are on vacation for the next few weeks. You know what that means… WOOO! It’s party time at Destiny Foursquare Church! Well, only kinda. The reality is the pastors being gone means more work for me and my family, and I’m ok with that. Today I’d like to share 3 reasons why […]
It stinks when there’s just “not enough time in the day”. Or how about that “busy season” you’re working your way through? It’s gonna end soon, right? And then there’s that “really important” trip or meeting that you’ve spent countless hours on this past month. These are all lies that keep you trapped in an […]
One day some punk church guy came up to Jesus, hoping to catch Him off guard and prove Him an inferior teacher with this question: “Of the ten commandments, which is the most important?” Jesus, being the almighty God in human form was prepared for this man’s nincompoopery and replied with this statement, “Love God […]
A while back I started a blog conversation about forgiveness by telling my personal story. Not only did I share about the incredible freedom I found in forgiveness, but I also described a huge obstacle I faced in that process: forgiveness was nearly impossible for me to give when the offending party didn’t admit he […]
I am often in a debate with my 12-year-old son about who the greatest superhero is. He is a DC fan and I am more of a marvel guy. We discuss who could beat who and which villain would match up against which superhero. We love talking about different situations. I can’t tell you how […]