Ultimately I know that underlying the nobility of a surrendered spiritual journey is my search for truth--the truth about my own life and the Truth Himself. I have found they go hand in hand.Read More
Jesus was God incarnate, so that God could have complete communion with the human experience and so that humanity could fully relate to God. Today, perhaps He is living in you. If you’re filled with the Holy Spirit, then right now God is experiencing your life. All of your life. He is not only seeing it from afar, He is communing with you in it to see what you see and experience what you experience.
In an age when it seems impossible for sexuality or gender to align to scripture, it is happening. Past generations sought physical healing as a sign of God’s presence, but what if today restoration of sexuality and gender were the miracle?Read More
To answer our questions about homosexuality we must begin by inviting our sons, daughters, peers, spouses, friends into the inner kingdom of God. Homosexuality should not be our focus. Jesus is always the only effective agent of change. Loving well depends upon our ability to show others how to let Him in so that His kingdom may be established.Read More
We may not love well, but we certainly know One who does. Our ability to connect people to God distinguishes Christian love.Christian love always seeks to bring people into His presence, where they may experience the beauty and satisfaction of the love they were designed to enjoy.Read More
It is more important that your gay friends develop relationship with God, who can both reveal Himself and their sonship (or daughterhood) than it is for your to identify what is wrong or what has happened to them.Read More
We don’t have, and there has never been, a single-minded Christian movement since Paul’s apostleship to the Gentiles began. Yet, Jesus’ kingship continues to be announced and revival is ongoing. His gospel is unthwarted.Read More
Hello, Michael, I appreciate your question. I’ll do my best to answer, but that is a challenging question because there seem to be so many ideas of what “reparative therapy” is.Read More