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 2)

Alright, swinging back to where we left off–let’s take a deeper look at what it means to be a Godly man. Men, you will likely be very convicted by the next few blog posts, if you weren’t already by the first of this series.  But that’s okay–that conviction is a good thing. Let these words Read More

What is Righteousness? (part 2)

So how is it, then, that we can be 100% righteous in our POSITION, but must constantly strive towards righteousness in our CONDITION?  We understand that the Bible is our “How To” guide on EXACTLY what a righteous life looks like, but how can we be both ‘all’ and ‘nothing’ at the same time? Let’s Read More

Position .v. Condition In Christ (part 2)

Alright, to pick up where we left off, let’s take a look back at this awesome visual… We discussed an overview of what the graph represents and what the lines and colors represent up until the big “dot”. Then we discussed that, BAM!, that dot represents something so unbelievably powerful–that dot represents our salvation! (If Read More

His Mosaic


I fancy myself a mosaic, a mosaic constructed by God. Intricately made, passionately displayed, beautifully humble, yet odd.   For I once was I clean sheet of glass, free from blemish or flaw. I was polished and buffed, fragile but tough, pure and simple, yet raw.   What you must understand, is a clean pane Read More

Back to the Basics (part 2)

I want to keep the explanation of these three pillars as simple as possible.  There are countless scriptures and historical principles I could throw at you, but the belief of those scriptures touches on the third point, and that is something we have yet to cover, so I will write with simplicity and generalization for Read More