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When Love is Real

My prayer this past month has been centered on love.  So this blog post is all about love. I do not plan to hit on the super romantic, mushy stuff that we think love is though; I want to talk… Continue Reading →

Making a Man Out of You

You know, I really wish I could just go troll Instagram or Facebook without the lustful temptations that seem to be hiding around every other click. In the overly sexualized world that we live in, the idea of our sexuality… Continue Reading →

Mo’ Betta’

In high school, I had a track coach named Coach Brockman. Almost every day before our workouts, he would come into the field house saying, “Let’s get mo’ betta’ today!” Not only was he an extraordinary track coach, but he… Continue Reading →

For Whom the Wedding Bell Tolls

“You must learn to be a bride before you can become a bridegroom.” These are the words Jesus spoke to me in prayer not even a week ago. When I first heard Him say this to me, I thought, you… Continue Reading →

Witness of Hope

This past Sunday, I was one of the millions of people waiting in line to see the Pope. Yes, that’s right. I was in Philadelphia, trying to make it into the Papal Mass. We were given tickets as a last… Continue Reading →

The Company that Pope Francis Keeps

Last week when I learned about who the president invited to the White House’s welcome of Pope Francis, I was pretty upset.

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Throughout my time in ministry, I have noticed one thing that stands true at every level and across all cultures:  Men are absent in our Church.

The Fight For Truth

Bodies of migrants and refugees washing up on the shores of beaches. Girls walking out of their school boycotting the decision to let a transgender person use the girls’ locker room. Planned Parenthood severing babies and selling their parts. Christians… Continue Reading →

Victory In Christ

Over the course of my time in ministry, I’ve noticed something that has never sat well with me. I get to meet all sorts of people, weekly church-going people, and others who used to be involved at their Church but… Continue Reading →

Walk It Out (God’s Will)

I used to spend too much of my time stressing about my future and what I was supposed to do with it.  What brought me peace in that anxiety was the book of Deuteronomy. I love that book. Through it the Holy Spirit… Continue Reading →

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