The funny thing about opinions is, we all have them! Each of us have opinions on just about everything, which in itself is not a bad thing. Some of our opinions are about small, insignificant things that don’t have much impact on our lives. Other are on more important, significant things that may have directContinue reading “Opinions”
Vintage Church Weekend Worship Gathering: In this sermon, I preached about the incredible story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 from Luke 9. It’s amazing to see what God can do with so little. Start with what you have!
Communication. A word that makes it’s way into just about every area of our lives. We communicate on a daily and hourly basis. Communication looks different, depending on what we are doing, who we are talking to and what we are trying to accomplish. I don’t know about you, but the importance of communicating clearlyContinue reading “The Power of a Phone Call”
Check out this video conversation below as I talk with some of my Pastor friends that I went to seminary with about how they are navigating a new year after the rough year of 2020! SPECIAL GUESTS INCLUDE: Irvin Wasswa – Campus Pastor at Tylertown Church (Tylertown, TN) “The crises taking place on Earth doContinue reading “VIDEO – Pastors Chat!”
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering: Happy New Year! 2020 was a HEAVY year, to say the least. In this sermon, I preach from Matthew 11:28-30, as we learn how Jesus takes our burdens from HEAVY to LIGHT! I hope it encourages you as we kick off 2021.
Do you ever wonder what’s going on in the spiritual realm? For those that know Jesus, there is this reality that we put our faith in what we can’t currently physically see. When we gave our lives to Jesus, we stepped into a life of faith based on His work on the cross. Yes, weContinue reading “Spiritual Awareness in 2021”
In 2020, we have seen just how fragile life is, how dark the world can be and how loving one another really does matter. One thing that often holds us back from loving one another is the use of assumptions. The truth is, we all make assumptions about others. Some are small and some areContinue reading “Avoiding Assumptions”
Those of us who know Christ will have seasons of life where we feel like we are on a spiritual mountain top, and others where we will feel stuck in the valley. These experiences are to be expected and happened to people in the Bible as well. Each season presents an opportunity for growth –Continue reading “Dive Deeper”
When we set goals for this year, COVID-19 was definitely not on our radar. It has changed the way we interact with people, carry out our daily lives, routines and future planning. Jobs have been lost, the economy has taken a hit, schools are struggling with what to do, churches, businesses, events and everything elseContinue reading “Lessons I’m Learning”
Real People Real Talk – Paul Calcote Podcast I had the opportunity to join the conversation “A Step in the Right Direction” on my friend Paul Calcote‘s podcast about racial reconciliation, unity and next steps that must be taken. I learned a lot and I’m sure you will as well. Paul and I went to seminaryContinue reading “PODCAST – A Step in the Right Direction”