Don’t Confuse Me With the Facts

Christians are funny creatures. About six months ago, someone sent me a Tweet saying, “I am reading one of your books. I’m half-way through, and I don’t agree with it.” I responded (in a series of tweets) the following: “Twitter isn’t the place for substantial dialogue. In fact, it’s impossible. Make a comment on my blog [Read More...]

Hope Without Borders – Opportunity to Donate

This is from Shellie Rushing Tomlinson, Out of all the churches and orphanages we visited, one stop changed me forever. I saw children with so little act like they had everything. We were visiting their brand new Hope Center. Smiling children took me by the hand and showed me their dining table, box of toys, [Read More...]

Hope Reborn

Adrian Warnock and Tope Koleoso have written a well-attested book called Hope Reborn: How to Become a Christian and Live for Jesus. I caught up with Adrian recently to discuss the book. Check it out! Instead of asking, “what is your book about,” I’m going to ask the question that’s behind that question. And that [Read More...]

Suicide and Media Bias?

On September 15th, a news portal blog published an article I wrote called A Jesus Response to Suicide. Then, the mega news journal Opposing Views interviewed me on the subject and also quoted from my article. I somehow feel that the article in “Opposing Views” biased my views to support their own. Am I wrong [Read More...]