My Prayer For Your Marriage


In a culture of divorce, broken hearts and broken families, pain often seems far more prevalent than purpose. Hurt echoes through homes so loudly it’s hard to hear hope. And a dangerous silence always seems to be lurking in tense places, waiting for its opportunity to mute apologies. To hush cries for conversation. I climbed Read More

Clay In the Potter’s Hands: a poem of trust

potters hands

I am but clay in the potter’s hands, a mass amongst many in the workshop of life. Formless and shapeless, no use or demands, simple and naive, unfamiliar to strife. To my left rest many, resembling me, but they’re hardened and drying, crumbling in state. Though the potter offers moisture, graciously free, they progressively resist, Read More

In Response to “Mo-vember”


“Humble yourselves before the Lord, and He will lift you up.” –James 4:10 It’s hard to believe that it is already mid-November.  Ten and a half months into my year-long intimacy fast, and I have never felt so alive! If you are in-touch with pop-culture, I’m sure you’re familiar with “No Shave November”–a month dedicated Read More

Godly Men (part 4)

(Hey there! Sorry i’s been a minute, had some internet issues. But here we go!…Again, picking up where we left off. If you are just joining, it might help to read part 1, 2, and 3 of this series before reading this portion. A continuation of 1 Timothy 3:1-7…detailing what it looks like to be Read More

In the Aftermath of Easter…


I’ll warn you from word one: today’s post is a cry of my heart. I’m sitting and letting my fingers do the talking. If you care for what my heart cries out for our King, read on. But if you are comfortable putting God in a “box” and have no desire to step out of Read More

Swimming Upstream

Swimming Upstream

Hey there! Today’s post was inspired by an acquaintance of mine, and a brother in Christ.  He contacted me in regards to a speech he was preparing to give.  It was a speech about leadership, and He was wondering if I had any insight. I put his question into prayer for a few days and Read More