Monthly Archives: December 2020

What Color is Jesus?

A question for all my white, conservative, evangelical friends: Have you ever walked into a black church and seen a painting or picture of a black Jesus? How did it make you feel? If you felt any awkwardness or discomfort … Continue reading

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The Radical, Relevant Message of Christmas (Luke 1:46-56)

It’s the Sunday before Christmas. This will be my 31st Sunday before Christmas sermon. How do you tell the same story 31 different times? The fact the Christmas Story is a timeless story, and a true story, and a story … Continue reading

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I Just Can’t Anymore

“I’m electing a president not a pastor.” “God used wicked kings in the Old Testament for His purposes just like He is now using Trump.” “I don’t like him personally, and I would not want him to date or marry … Continue reading

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God at Work in Honduras w/ Cesar Lopez (Floods of Justice Podcast)

On this episode of Floods of Justice we talk with Pastor Cesar Lopez of Passion for Souls Church in Tegucigalpa, Honduras about what is going on in Honduras after COVID and two Hurricanes. Click on the link below to listen. … Continue reading

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What to Do When Afraid and Anxious (Psalm 27)

Question: What makes you afraid? Don’t be a tough guy (or gal) and say nothing makes you afraid. Be honest: What makes you afraid? Maybe a better question is: What makes you anxious? Did you know in 2019 the number … Continue reading

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