Parenting requires adaptability

  If you’re like me and have more than one kid, you have probably come to the realization that your kids, although they may have (or not) come from the same mother and father, are NOT the same people. For example, my son is the oldest, and then I have my girls. My son Jayden […]

Praying with no action behind it?

Just like the rest of America, I have been watching the developments around the country, confused, appalled, amazed, saddened… experiencing a mishmash of emotions as I have tried to commandeer hurricane relief initiatives within my church and watching the shooting in Vegas unfold overnight. At times I find myself wondering, what kind of world are […]

A Day of Commemoration…and Reflection

  Like most Americans who were of age at the time, I remember exactly what I was doing when news of what is now referred to as the 9/11 attacks occurred. I was a student at Grand Valley State University. I was getting ready to go to class, and as I usually did, had the […]

Christians need to stop splitting hairs.

  Why do people always find ways to separate themselves into groups? Where in the Bible is there a Scripture that supports multiple Christian denominations? Catholic, Protestant, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal… All these things do is fracture the unity that we should have as members of the body of Christ. Where do they come from? Obviously […]