What a Life – A Tribute to Billy Graham, a General of the Faith

He was the same man privately that he was publicly.

I never got to meet Billy Graham personally. I remember the first time I ever heard of the famed evangelist. I was meeting with my pastor, I had given my life to Christ just a few months prior, and he mentioned something along the lines of, “You don’t know what God has planned for you. […]

On Jesus, Suffering, and the Evil in the World

Even in the midst of this darkness that has put a dark shadow over our world, we can have hope in Jesus.

I was getting ready for youth when I learned of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. I was immediately broken. I was angry and confused. As, I’m sure, many of you were as well. Horrific tragedies such as this have become all too common in the world today. The world […]

Review: The CSB Apologetics Study Bible, Hardcover Edition

The CSB Apologetics Study Bible Review  (Item description taken from ChristianBook.com) The CSB Apologetics Study Bible helps today’s Christians better understand, defend, and proclaim their beliefs in an age of increasing moral and spiritual relativism. This revised and updated edition includes new articles and extensive apologetics study material from today’s leading apologists. Features include: Presentation […]

Ohio Cold, Road Trips, and Jesus

Until Jesus returns there will never be a time where we don’t need to share the gospel.

(Please keep in mind this is not an in-depth article, so try to refrain from assuming things that aren’t said. I didn’t write it to be like a seminary essay. I wrote it only to share some reflections of mine. Also, parts of this article were written once we got back to Florida. Thanks!)   ____ As […]

On Church and the Proclamation of the Gospel

People began to assemble together because of Jesus!

Church—what comes to mind when you hear that word? Is it a building? A place of worship? When the “church” was birthed in Acts it wasn’t a building, a 501c3 organization, or a place people went. The church was then and still today people. For many, church has become a place you go. A place […]

We Need to be Praying for Trump Rather Than Constantly Criticizing Him

I think one of the mayjor problems with modern Christianity in America is our quick reaction to criticize someone rather than praying for them. Most Americans don’t know and will likely never personally meet President Trump, yet so many are quick to judge him solely because of what the media filers to our TVs, smart […]