October 25, 2019

Kanye Wests’ film “Jesus Is King” is now playing in IMAX theaters nationwide for a very limited time. As mixed reviews roll out, many are leaving the cinema with more questions than answers. But, there are a few questions that I can answer before you even have to ask. I’ve known Jesus is King since long before Kanye proclaimed it. However, these are some of the things that I didn’t know before watching the film. DON’T BE LATE.  IT IS… Read more

September 16, 2019

It’s June 2009 at the Indianapolis Convention Center. I hear that Benny Hinn is coming to town but I have little to no interest in attending it. Then “Margie” calls my wife and I with an invitation. As one of the most precious women in our lives; she is beautiful, spiritually vibrant, and deeply passionate about Jesus. Being similar in age to what my late mother, Margie quickly became a mothering figure in my life. Praying for us weekly; her calls… Read more

June 5, 2019

On Tuesday, the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties hosted a hearing on “Threats to Reproductive Rights in America”. Compelling testimonies were recorded from a panel of distinguished women representing a pro-choice majority.  However, the pro-life position was championed by Melissa Ohden, the survivor of a failed saline abortion; and Christina Bennett from the Family Institute of Connecticut. Her comments drew upon the failure of her mother’s abortion appointment, America’s history of racism, and the birth control… Read more

May 2, 2019

From observation to leadership. Several 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls are including slavery reparations bills such as H.R. 40 as a key focus of their platforms. A respected global news agency recently contacted me with an invitation to share my thoughts about it. My initial response was “thank you but no thanks”. It isn’t because I don’t feel that the conversation is important. It is however, because I don’t feel that my thoughts have had enough time to mature. There are… Read more

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