Author Archives: Pastor Kevin

About Pastor Kevin

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

The Supreme Court (of God)

A few weeks ago, I had an interesting and inspiring talk with a guy who has been in a maximum security prison, locked up 23 hours a day for a violent crime. He has been at this particular prison for … Continue reading

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I’m Tired

It has been a long week and I am tired. I am tired of all the violence. Every June, our church takes a team to Tegucigalpa, Honduras for a week of medical/evangelism missions. While there we partner with World Gospel … Continue reading

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God’s Grace Sets the Pace

My friend from a maximum security prison, Ryiee, gave me another poem. Please keep Ryiee in your prayers as he struggles to grow in his faith. The title of the poem is “God’s Grace Sets the Pace.” It’s so easy … Continue reading

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American Exceptionalism

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking, studying, reading, teaching, and writing about the Church lately. In fact, I am working on a book about the Church. I hope to have it completed by the end of the year. I … Continue reading

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Weep With Those Who Weep

It has been a difficult 24-plus hours. I was at church, setting up and getting ready for worship when I heard the news about what had happened in Orlando at the Pulse Nightclub. It was probably 7:30am. The first report … Continue reading

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The Church is Beautiful

I have just wrapped up another week of pastoral ministry in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. I have been teaching and preaching about the Church, and I have been encouraged. While I do believe the Church (especially in the U.S.) is sick, I … Continue reading

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What if…? (Luke 9:2,6,11)

What if Jesus really meant it when He said He has given us power and authority to “preach the kingdom of God and to heal the sick?” (Luke 9:2). What if, instead of sitting in our A/C gymatoriums and padded seats, … Continue reading

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