Evangelize The Streets

Evangelism isn't what everyone thinks. Evangelism is for everyone who believes and cleaves to the Son of God. Evangelism isn't found in a track, program or plan. Evangelism is sound doctrine shared as led by the Holy Spirit.  Evangelism cannot rely on our own understanding of how we're so convinced that God only works in … Continue reading Evangelize The Streets

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To Do Your Will and Not Mine

In a time when we have more wealth than past generations and more non-profits meant to help with the needs of others, we should, theoretically, be seeing such fruitful, hopeful, joyful lives. Would you say this is not true? Yet quite the opposite is true. Suicide rates are extremely high. Hopelessness is seen on the … Continue reading To Do Your Will and Not Mine

Sandwiches & Salvation

In 18 days it will be a year since my mother, Linda, passed from here into the loving arms of our Savior. I have bittersweet memories of the days before she passed as each conversation seemed as though they were the best I've ever had with my mother. As a mom, she supported me and … Continue reading Sandwiches & Salvation

Sick of This Sin Within Us

Homeless men living behind the watchtower who are failing to watch after hopeless men missing life-giving designed salvation. Back at it again, attack it, can’t explain it. Crack cocaine and codeine, panic attacks are insane. Insomniac hijacks the brain. Zodiac, horoscopes and astrology, madman with no antidote. Psychology, maniac cutthroat apostasy. Badlands outpost, bureaucracy, when … Continue reading Sick of This Sin Within Us

Love Out Loud

On November 29, 2017, it was another day for me just walking the streets in D.C. Then I saw a wall of flowers before the Capitol building and went to investigate. Little did I know I would be interviewed by Teleflora and be able to bring a bouquet of flowers to my homeless friend Franklin, … Continue reading Love Out Loud

Hope…

We all know this word. We all use it. But the problem that I'm finding as I live here in D.C. is that there is very little hope in people's lives. I'm not talking about the hope of a better government or the hope that people are no longer poor. These things are needed hopes … Continue reading Hope…

My Twin, Roman from Burkina Faso

"But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you." John 14:26 The day is Monday, November 13, 2017. The weather was chilly cold and the smiles were everywhere as people from all over the … Continue reading My Twin, Roman from Burkina Faso