March 18, 2003 marks the start of the Iraq war. That was 16 years ago today. I was just finishing High School when this happened. One year later I was deployed to Iraq. Reflecting back this was a significant personal date in my history. I learned more than I could ever imagine. I learned about... Continue Reading →
Preached on Dec, 31, 2017 When we look at the grand narrative of the Bible, the coming of Christ is a high point for us. But to appreciate how high of a point it is we must go to the lowest point. When we read the Bible we can think of it as a meta... Continue Reading →
We can see the results of this fall today. We are broken. Our relationship with God is broken, our relationship with each other is tainted with selfishness.
This world will kill you. For some it is a slow process, a slow death of body and mind. When you spend your first 10 years of adult life at war this death can overwhelm you. When you are thrust into a world where bodies are stacked like driftwood. When you respond to a vehicle... Continue Reading →