Since the beginning of time, there have been reports of visions and encounters with the divine. Christian texts would have us test these claims with the Word of God and alongside the community of faith. But, what happens when these stories are taken for granted and promoted for profit? Our fear of being duped can... Continue Reading →
There can only be one hero in every story. In your life are you more concerned with being that hero or guiding others to success?
Middle School Mission Week. Picture it. A young girl who has just finished 6th grade commits the first week of her summer to feed, clothe, and provide hope for those in downtown Oklahoma City. Today commences our Middle School Mission Week. This week is about serving our neighbors in the Oklahoma City area.... Continue Reading →
Reviewing a year of grad school and ministry by counting the blessings and personal whinings.
There is an ever increasing pressure on individuals to have a social presence on the internet. As children are growing into a world built upon socializing to the masses with their thoughts, popularity, wit, and attraction, it's hard not to look away from the strain that causes on their psyche.
Do you realize how much you hope for throughout the day? You go to bed, hoping that the next day will begin routinely. When we wake up in the morning, we HOPE that our alarm will go off, we HOPE that there will be warm water when we turn on the shower, and we HOPE that people won't cross the yellow stripes on the highway on our way to wherever we're going. Hope drives us, propels us, and frames our perspective of the world we live in.