Incognito God

I remember being young (probably in my tween years) the first time I heard the term "incognito." I learned that it meant undercover and I had all kinds of thoughts of being a James Bond-ish spy and how cool that would be. I've read tons of books about Jesus/God with catchy titles and idea like "Jesus, CEO" … Continue reading Incognito God


My Theism

Faith. Belief. Mystery. Theory. Fact. Fiction. Feeling. Allegory. Metaphor. Truth... Our brains are amazing, but they have a lot to process. One minute we can love, hate, or be completely apathetic about something, the next it can all change. C.S. Lewis once said, "Faith... is the art of holding on to things your reason has … Continue reading My Theism

Step By Step; A Continual Journey

Even the first disciples of Jesus had a process of growth that they had to go through, the same as we do. You don't know everything yet, and that's okay.

Random Theological Thought

Sometimes I find it simply baffling how all across America preachers will try to expound on the teachings of Paul in minute detail… Meanwhile, the pews are full of believers that don’t understand the core of what Jesus taught: God loves you as you are, His Kingdom is at hand (literally here in front of … Continue reading Random Theological Thought

Jesus, Cleansing The Temple (You Are The Temple)

It was nearly time for the Jewish Passover celebration, so Jesus went to Jerusalem. In the Temple area he saw merchants selling cattle, sheep, and doves for sacrifices; he also saw dealers at tables exchanging foreign money. Jesus made a whip from some ropes and chased them all out of the Temple. He drove out the sheep … Continue reading Jesus, Cleansing The Temple (You Are The Temple)

Christianity is (and always was meant to be) an experiential lifestyle; It is not an intellectual pursuit. However, every follower of Christ should have at least a basic understanding of Theology, Church History, and Christian Apologetics. Just because you have the Mind of Christ doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use your brain! (The more I read … Continue reading