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Letter to My Unknown Child

January 30, 2018

This is one blog post that I wish I wasn’t writing. My wife and I began 2018 with an unexpected surprise: we were expecting our second child. Much to my surprise, Sarah showed me her positive pregnancy test on New Years Eve and we were incredibly excited. We told our parents, siblings, and a few of our closest friends. We were looking forward to sharing the news with the rest of our loved ones, our church family, and on social…

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The Future of Adventism is for Entrepreneurs

If your mindset set is on preserving our church organization as it currently stands, your days are numbered. I’m not referring to theology, I’m referring to the way we think and act methodologically in order to fulfill the Great Commission. Entrepreneurs have a certain…

January 28, 2018
Church Leadership

Why Are The Best Leaders Tall?

Let me tell you something you may not know about me. I’m a recovering short-man. It’s something I’m hoping to grow out of (see what I did there?). A lot of it stems from emotional trauma during my teen years. There was a girl…

January 14, 2018
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Did God Send Hurricanes Irma and Harvey?

I’m either very lucky or very unlucky, depending on how you look at it. In 1992, I remember hunkering down in a Miami shelter as Hurricane Andrew slammed the state. It was scary for a six-year-old. I can still hear the howling sounds of…

September 8, 2017
Church Leadership

How to Get A Book Banned and Unbanned In One Week

Everything happened so fast that you might have missed it if you blinked. In one day, I read the news that the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists had stopped selling books written by renowned Adventist historian and author, George Knight. About an hour later, I saw a statement…

July 11, 2017
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