Month: July 2020



God does not do anything in haste..

Building Our Brands

Building Our Brands – I’ve seen so many Christians with great intentions begin “branding and marketing” themselves.

cruise ship heading into the sunset

Missing the Boat

Perhaps you also have missed the purchase of the house of your dreams or the class you need to graduate or the job you desperately wanted or the person the Holy Spirit told you to witness to because you showed up moments too late.

homeless man with a man helping him

From the time of Christ until now, little has changed.

When it came to preparing His disciples for ministry, Jesus told them which tool was the best and most important.

Eating Brussels Sprouts, Part 3 of “Why So Many”

Many Christians avoid most of the Old Testament. Genesis is fascinating, Psalms encouraging, Proverbs helpful, Ecclesiastes and Job are readable but confusing.

neon sign that says "change"

Change for a Change

Real change is tough. Transient change seems to be a natural human cycle. These ephemeral changes trick our minds into thinking that we have affected some conditions that we perceive as being within our purview to modify.   Common examples of these ECs (ephemeral changes) are,   – I’m going to learn a new language. – I’m going to exercise every day.– I’m going to church …

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Scars Contain a Story

It is human nature for us to craft a story for our scars. Also, as humans, we want to hear those stories.

a man kneeling in prayer

People Need the Lord

No matter what you’ve done, you can be saved. No matter what you feel, you can be saved. No matter where you are, you can be saved. It doesn’t matter if people think you are saved; you can be saved. You may ask, “Gary, how do I know that God exists? My friends and I …

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Not a Dichotomy

Dichotomies of faith are like arthritis in the joints of our body. They are a spiritual irritant and they will cause us to be weak when we need to be strong.

baptism in the Jordan river

A Special Place

“And there he remained” was not permanent. Jesus left and returned to Jerusalem where He paid the price for my sins and yours.

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