It’s time. I heard talk that this day would arrive, but inside, secretly, I have been praying that it would never happen. It just doesn’t seem fair. To have something so precious given to me, and now I am forced to watch while it’s taken away. Maybe I’m just being selfish, but right now, in … Continue reading Final Moments
I spent a lot of time trying to be someone I wasn't. Let me explain. When my life was radically flipped upside down on July 7th, 2016, everything changed. I was on the edge of losing my wife and two daughters. I had been trapped in a 33-year pornography addiction. I had no clue about … Continue reading Learning how to be me
I’m scared. Darkness surrounds us at every moment. We are extremely tired, but we press on, believing this is what we have been called to do. Doubt attempts to creep into my heart with every step, but I fight to push it away. I know I must remain strong, but not only for myself. The … Continue reading Why Me?
Today marks eighteen years since my amazing wife, Jennifer, and I were married. Eighteen years. Wow. It's extremely difficult to believe that much time has transpired. To say we've been through stuff would qualify as the understatement of the century. While the first seventeen years of our marriage had some enjoyable moments, we went through … Continue reading Celebrating a special day with my bride
I went through a phase, quite a long one actually, where nearly everything I said, posted, or wrote about was pointing out the failures of others. Exposing the anti-Jesus in every person, organization, leader, group, and idea I could unearth. My blog was flourishing with around 11,000 subscribers. I had nearly 2,000 "friends" on Facebook. … Continue reading Why I stopped pointing fingers
I used to write about, talk about, and have conversations about things I thought I believed. I would hear a good message from a favorite pastor or speaker and start making it my own belief. My own truth. I would post all over social media. I would argue points. I would debate the validity of … Continue reading God has become so much more than my theology