• A Taste of the Divine

    May 24, 2005

    “A day is as a thousand years with the Lord.” We often look at this truth through only one end of the telescope. We view this truth as liberating to God. He is free from the constraints of time; therefore, the past, present and future are just as tangible for Him as this present moment... Read More

  • My Tribute

    April 28, 2005

    Strewn across the vast expanse of data and virtual worlds comprising the Internet are the ideas, philosophies and collective knowledge that represent mankind as a whole. Science has never ceased to amaze us with its mysteries unveiled and its questions explained; yet we have almost progressed to a point of second-guessing ourselves. We predict tomorrows... Read More

  • Yours?

    April 14, 2005

    Why, why, why God do I wallow in insecurity? You have brought me a love I am most unworthy of, and instead of lavishing you with praise, I’m living in fear that you’ll take her from me. Oh this life is so full of forgetfulness–I drive at night with music beating you out of my... Read More

  • Slow and Steady Compromise

    March 20, 2005

    Looking back on the short time I’ve been alive, it sobers me to see how many of my close friends have fallen from grace. Best friends who have fathered illicit children in a drunken fit of passion. Mentors who have been scorched by the fire of an extramarital affair. Students who are, as you read... Read More

  • Just a Christian

    March 3, 2005

    This post was taken from a comment I made on my friend Kinsey’s site. She wrote a letter addressed to God expressing some of the frustrations that I’ve felt and I’ve seen in the hearts and minds of my students. I’ve reworded it so it makes more sense as a post: You started your post... Read More

  • God the Dangerous

    February 12, 2005

    I came across this article by Doug Jones and found it very thought provoking. I’m not sure how I feel about all of it, but he certainly got me thinking quite alot about how little we ‘expect’ of God when we sit quietly in our church pews and yawn through another verse of ‘Yeild Not... Read More

  • The Vision

    February 8, 2005

    by Pete Grieg So this guy comes up to me and says, “What’s the vision? What’s the big idea?” I open up my mouth and the words come out like this… The vision? The vision is Jesus: obsessively, dangerously, undeniably Jesus. The vision is of an army of young people. You see bones? I see... Read More

  • Live Chat with Dale Fincher

    January 13, 2005

    This article was reprinted from was pleased to have apologist Dale Fincher, from Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, recently join us for a second exciting chat event in which he fielded a range of challenging questions from the community. Below you will find the transcript for this event, which includes some great answers... Read More

  • The Value of Earthly Wonders

    December 27, 2004

    We save for a lifetime to go visit the wonders of the earth that man has created, but the Bible makes it clear that they will eventually fall away to nothing. Does that mean God is cruel? Keep in mind, any glory that man can convey with earthly hands is just a brief reflection of... Read More

  • Homoevangelism?

    October 19, 2004

    I agree that we should reach out to homosexuals because they are sinners in need of God’s grace as I am. I also believe that God causes the rain to fall on the just and the unjust. As a matter of fact one of my good friends just ran off to Miami with his boyfriend,... Read More

  • The Responsibility of the Strong

    October 6, 2004

    “There is no peace without justice,” Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, secretary of the Vatican once said. “The force of law must prevail over the law of force.” It has always been and will always continue to be the practice of good men to use the strength given them to protect those who have no strength. A... Read More

  • Peace Through Obedience

    September 3, 2004

    I’m convinced that the reason there are so few good movies out today is because good is simple. If you want to make something difficult or complex, unrighteousness will work in a pinch. Adam and Eve in the Garden – a simple and beautiful scene; but as soon as they sin, murder, jealousy and spite... Read More

  • Ministering at a Migrant Camp

    July 18, 2004

    Jessica and I went with about fifteen other people from Grace Bible Fellowship in Redhook, NY to evangelize to a migrant camp of about fifty Spanish workers at a nearby farm.  Before hand we prayed for our trip and were a trifle apprehensive because no one had a solid plan.  The idea was simply to... Read More

  • The Divine Qualifier

    March 30, 2003

    I thrust my hands to the heavens to embrace God and all that He has for me, but I must not lose sight of those in need around me. It is very easy to reach for someone who cannot be touched with these hands; the real test is reaching out to those who can be... Read More

  • God of Creation

    July 2, 2002

    Leaps and bounds over emerald hillsides, Drinking summertime’s wine; Oh the days of cerulean heavens, Up, up and alive; Strings are loosed – imagination wings away… Taste a cloud – and savor it another day… Like a word that is whispered upon the breeze, Free, innocent child; Swept away from the halcyon yesterdays To a... Read More