Category: From the Blog

  • The Original “Safe Space”

                On Monday the focus of media coverage at the University of Missouri moved from racial-injustice and concern over campus violence to freedom of speech as a video emerged student-journalist Tim Tai attempted to photograph and enter the protestors campsite. The response was a demand that he leave and after […]

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  • A Mountaintop followed by a Viking Funeral

                    I love being a Missionary, serving God by proclaiming the Gospel in foreign Countries is one of the most fulfilling, and at the same time frightening things a person can do with their lives.  That mixture of success and fear is why I like to define missions as “a mountaintop […]

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  • When a Red Cup Isn’t Just a Red Cup

                          Okay first things first-I happen to be a Christian that drinks Starbucks coffee.  I’m aware that many Believers don’t do this, and would view my buying coffee from them as wrong, and aware that they don’t hold to a Christian worldview (being anti-family and […]

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  • Creating a Gospel-Centered Worldview with a Peanut-Butter Sandwich

                    Planting the Gospel in children’s hearts often involves becoming the role-model for them which means you become the authority figure, and one who teaches them what being a man or woman of God is really about.  In other words, you teach them a whole new worldview, or […]

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  • Putting an End to the “John Show”

                          In about a week it will officially be two-months since I returned to Barrouallie as the intern pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church.  During that time I’ve enjoyed many wonderful blessings, but none of them compare to tonight. See for the last eight weeks we […]

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