The Mustard Seed and the Mountain

Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!      Jesus told the apostles in Matthew 17:20 that if they would only have the faith the size of a mustard seed, they could move a mountain. Now, I’m a believer in the inerrancy and truth of the Word…but this seems a bit beyond human ability. Because it is! The faith we put … Continue reading The Mustard Seed and the Mountain

It’s Never Too Late

This is a follow up to my post from last year titled “Alone on the Mountaintop” ( In the over one year since that particular post, I have seen an amazing transformation in my grandparents. Over the last 13 months I have seen them both become open and honest about giving and requesting prayer for situations. I have seen them outwardly loving people and family, … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late

Beginning, not the End

Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     February 12, 2016 “The good news of the gospel is not merely about the commuting of an eternal sentence but about the commencing of an eternal relationship.” Our acceptance of Jesus is not the end…but the beginning!  We have an intimate and personal walk with Jesus.  And we have our public and outward … Continue reading Beginning, not the End

Fourth Day

On this day almost 2000 years ago the disciples of Jesus began a slow, methodical, genuine spread of Jesus’s teachings. After appearing to them behind closed/locked doors, they became emboldened and excited to share the good news of His resurrection with everyone they came in contact with. Jesus appears to over 500 people over the next 40 days, legitimizing the disciples claims and creating even … Continue reading Fourth Day

Easter Sunday

On this day almost 2000 years ago, the course of human spirituality was altered forever. The below picture is of the tomb of the Prohpet Mohammed, founder of Islam: The below pic is the tomb of Buddha, founder of Buddhism: The below pic is the tomb of Confucius, founder of Confuciusanism: The below is a statue and tomb commemorating the life of Laozi, the found … Continue reading Easter Sunday

Holy Saturday 

On this day almost 2000 years ago, the population of Jews which had gathered in town for the Passover/Sabbath festivities would be unsure what to do. You see, when Jesus died at 3pm the day before, the practice of the Jews changed drastically. The above image depicts what the interior of the temple would have looked like. In the background you’ll notice a large curtain … Continue reading Holy Saturday