In Reply to a Beloved Brother Regarding the Kavanaugh SCOTUS Nomination

John C. Richards, Jr., a self-described "Christian person of color," is expressing concern over the potential impacts the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. His dissatisfaction with Kavanaugh's nomination seems to be proffered in such a way as to suggest that black Christians are, or should be, primarily, if not solely, concerned about matters that subjectively fall under the ever-expanding and ambiguous banner of "social justice."

Slow Days of Summer

Times change; traditions sometimes do as well. But when it comes to summer vacation at the grandparents, it's a tradition worth keeping.

How to Pray for Revival

This month has seen some huge judicial victories for God's people here in America. Yet I sometimes wonder: have we forgotten the victory that must precede all the others? I fear that we often do forget.

5 MORE Unbiblical Statements That Christians Believe

About three years ago, I wrote an article titled 9 Unbiblical Statements That Christians Believe, and it really struck a nerve with people. Sadly, the list doesn't stop with just nine of these unbiblical statements. There are many of them that are cultural teachings and spiritual sounding clichés that have snuck into the Church, got baptized, and then joined the ranks of our jargon.

Instagram's Latest Hook

Here's another phone app parents should know about. IGTV: Videos are created and posted in order to gain followers. What could possibly go wrong?

How to Kill a Revival

My heart sank. With great sadness I said what was on my heart to say. "Pastor, please tell your people that this deeply grieves the Spirit of God. That no man or woman should ever expect God to fit into their schedule."

Device Addiction Is Killing Face Time

There was an uncommon addition to Apple's updates this year — a tool to help users curb their phone addiction. Even Tim Cook (CEO of Apple) acknowledges it: Device addiction is a consuming problem that has deep mental health implications.

Guarding the Heart of the Church

What would be your reaction to me saying that the Church is being defiled? I mean, given all that is happening with what many have come to acknowledge as an ill-advised relationship between particular segments of the Church and politics, and the moral and ethical compromise born of that relationship, wouldn't you say so? Or would you say that I am overreacting?