Leadership is learned in the home. Eight principles I try to live by in my marriage. 1. You will get out of it what you put into it. Blame and rationalization are familiar reactions but lead nowhere. They are a symptoms of spiritual blindness. Fight against the thinking, “It’s my spouses fault.” 2. I am in control of my own […]

Being a Word and Spirit People

“When the Word and Spirit come together, there will be the biggest movement of the Holy Spirit the nation, and indeed the world, has ever seen.” Smith Wigglesworth I want to be a man that is living grounded fully in the Word and led completely by the Spirit. There is a tension that is created when you want to be […]

Loving Your Mission Field

“If Christians see ourselves as people who are ‘losing’ a culture rather than people who have been sent on a mission to a culture, we will be outraged and hopeless instead of compassionate and convictional. If we do not love our mission field, we will have nothing to say to it.” ~ Russell Moore

Freedom from Oppression

Have you ever had a desire to nurse a grudge against someone? Have you found yourself strategically avoiding certain people? Have you ever found yourself having a conversation with someone in your head to settle a score with them? Unforgiveness is an extremely tempting way that the enemy binds up many Christian. Choosing not to forgive those that hurt you […]


– Where God guides, He provides. – Where God leads, He feeds. – Where God gives vision, He brings provision.

What Faith Says…

“Unbelief says: Some other time, but not now; some other place, but not here; some other people, but not us. Faith says: Anything He did anywhere else He will do here; anything He did any other time He is willing to do now; anything He ever did for other people He is willing to do for us! With our feet […]

Dealing with Disappointment

The Tale of Two Fathers

One of the questions that I most frequently asked is, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” “If God is so good, why is there so much evil all around?” This vein of question always intrigues me how quickly the Lord gets accused for what Satan is doing. These questions also seem to infer that a human being can […]

Spectator or Participator?

I love the power of a good question. I believe the Lord uses questions to continue to grow and mature us. A wonderful question popped into my mind this week. The question was, “Am I living this life as a participator or a spectator?” It is very easy to sit back and watch life pass us by but our relationship […]

Prayer That Breaks Through

  Prayer is a powerful, and sometimes, dangerous exercise to engage in. Many of you have attended a Freedom Immersion and can attest to the transforming reality of your prayer time. I have been on the receiving end of many of those times but I also reflect fondly on another time. I remember when our three boys were young and […]