Archive for December, 2009

Predictions for 2010

I hate making resolutions. More exercise, healthy eating, and watching less television are grand ideas but let’s get serious. I hate to exercise. I love cheeseburgers and I watch very little television anyway. So, I’ve decided not to make any resolutions this year. Instead, I’ve decided to make a couple of predictions. In 2010, we […]

Continue Reading 2 comments December 31st, 2009

The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay

Every Christian Lost lover should spend a few hours with Chris Seay’s new book, “The Gospel According to Lost”. Filled with tidbits of plotlines, back-stories, and trivia for Lost connoisseurs, Seay’s new book won’t disappoint. For the diehard fan who silences their cell phone, logs off Facebook, and forgets about Twitter for the entire 60 […]

Continue Reading 4 comments December 28th, 2009

Wise Men?

We don’t know much about them. Scripture says they were from the East. They stood before Herod and inquired of the Christ child, the King of the Jews. Matthew 2:11 tells us that they entered the house where Mary, Joseph, and the baby were, a stark contradiction to the nativity scenes that place them around […]

Continue Reading Add comment December 22nd, 2009

New Article at An Encouraging Word

New article at Forthright. Click here to be redirected.

Continue Reading Add comment December 18th, 2009

19-38-38-19

December 30th, 1990 wasn’t a good day for a rebellious nineteen year old living in Nashville. It was a Sunday and the anniversary of my father’s death. He had died on December 30, 1980 after a three year struggle with ALS. I always wondered why God would let a good man, a Gospel preacher who […]

Continue Reading Add comment December 3rd, 2009


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