It doesn’t really matter where you are coming from, what matters is where God says you are going. Your past restrictions, because of your sin, don’t have to eliminate you from your inheritance as a son or daughter and from your citizenship in the new Jerusalem.
Below is a poem about growing used to the process of sanctification as I get a bit older. It's called "The Man" The ManThere’s a man who lives inside my house He looks a lot like me, except older He walks slouched by the incessant weight of cynicism and sits sunken by the burden of... Continue Reading →
This past weekend, I had the immense privilege of preaching twice at The Call Conference in Pretoria for my good friend Rory Dyer. It was a very special time and I am always so grateful and humbled that people would trust me enough to share at these sorts of things. On Friday night I spoke... Continue Reading →