Author Archives: Pastor Kevin

About Pastor Kevin

I am a husband, father, pastor, teacher, scuba diver, reader, bike that order.

A Tough Spot

Two times over the last few months I have met two different homeless men in my city who have a similar story. Both men are in their twenties. Neither man is from Franklin or Williamson County. One man is black … Continue reading

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A Prophet

Three times over the past month, people have commented to me that I am prophet, or that my preaching and ministry is prophetic. Twice, people have commented that I am like John the Baptist, calling people to repentance. Once a … Continue reading

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Changing the Analogy

This past week, Press Secretary Sarah Hubkabee Sanders gave an illustration that she thought explained our tax system. You can watch the video here. After watching the video, I thought to myself, “What if you changed the analogy from a … Continue reading

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A Call for Corporate Repentance

This past Sunday night (October 29, 2017) I had the privilege of preaching at New Livingstone Church (Pastor Ronnie Mitchell) during their “Solar Eclipse Revival: Where love covers hate.” My sermon, “A Call for Corporate Repentance” was based on a … Continue reading

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White Supremacy Rally

Tomorrow (Saturday, October 28th) is a big day for parts of Middle Tennessee. It’s not a good day, but an important day. Tomorrow, in both Murfreesboro and Shelbyville, White Supremacist groups are holding “white lives matter” rallies. It’s sad, but … Continue reading

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Community or Chaos

This Thursday, October 19th, I’ve been invited to American Baptist College to speak, and be on a panel, titled, “Community or Chaos.” It’s an interesting topic for today’s environment. If you are in the Nashville area, I would love to … Continue reading

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Point, Kaepernick

Last year, when Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the national anthem, I thought it was a bad stunt; n unwise PR move. I also thought it would go away soon. But one thing I never thought was that he was … Continue reading

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