Family Is A Scary Thing

Everyone belongs to a family. People from all walks of life have unique perceptions of what the nature and definition of family is. I think one apt common denominator in the world's view of family is that it is quite a precarious relational structure. In the bible, I observe that familial ties are all tangled… Continue reading Family Is A Scary Thing


The Holland’s

I was 17 years old and a brand new Christian when I met missionary couple, Jason and Anna Holland. They just so happened to be leading a mission trip for the local church that I was attending and I felt the Lord was leading me to participate in that trip.  It wasn't long before they… Continue reading The Holland’s

Message To Millennials, Gen X, and Baby Boomers

The scripture is clear, it is not age that brings wisdom but the Spirit of God.There is no legitimate correlation between gray hair and a wise heart, or youthfulness and wisdom. It saddens me to see and hear evidences of subtle age-prejuidice among God's people. It's disappointing to observe Millennials talk disparagingly about older generations,… Continue reading Message To Millennials, Gen X, and Baby Boomers

A Needy & Callous Christian

Contrary to popular belief, narcissists aren't always easy to spot, because not all of them are selfish, shallow, vain, or hungry for prestige. There are other types of narcissists that don't have the “symptoms” most narcissists are understood to have. Some are needy and callous narcissists that present with very different behaviors. In fact, they can appear… Continue reading A Needy & Callous Christian

Made To Hate His Image

His image I can never smear it away I’m permanently stained With brown eyes, brown skin, wide nose, long chin, A voice, walk, and even thoughts like his The list goes on… It’s not like I hate who I am But sometimes I do struggle not to hate what I am… His son. Because now that I’m… Continue reading Made To Hate His Image


Insecurity is something that we all face on some level at some time. Unfortunately, the consequences of insecurity ruling the heart and mind are very clear to me. I’m writing on this subject out of my own journey regarding addiction and extreme anxiety and insecurity. Although insecurity is something that can be overcome, I believe… Continue reading Insecurity

The Emptiness of Exploitation

Recently, I shared with my Facebook friends, a poem by Poet Robert Raines that I heard quoted in a sermon. As I thought about the poem, I realized in startling detail the inner workings of the spirit of pride. Pride dehumanizes and warps our minds into contemptuous vessels. We become narcissistic, callous, and willing to voraciously attack with intent to destroy, whatsoever fails to satisfy our personal… Continue reading The Emptiness of Exploitation