Wild at Heart – Poem

Something breaks and shatters, Cracks and peels In the heart of a man that no longer feels. The cold of his soul Is the chill in his breath Yielding to the touch of death. The flames within are quenched and dim He no longer desires, No longer dreams of greater things That will his strength... Continue Reading →


Poetry: Passion 4 Christ Movement

Instead of presenting written poems today, I've decided to share with you two of my favourite spoken word poets: Ezekiel Azonwu and Jeanette...ikz. Their pieces really speak for themselves so without further a-do... Ezekiel Azonwu - Identity Crisis of a Misfit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glTiXaJubyc   Jeanette...ikz - I Will Wait for You http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igCj3jsbcqs   Ezekiel Azonwu -... Continue Reading →

Through the Brokenness – Poem

Sometimes we get hurt and then decide to lock ourselves away so that we can't be hurt again. Here's a little story.  Blood runs down his arm from what’s left of the heart he once wore on his sleeve A gentle spirit is now imprisoned in an icy palace of indifference A heart once so... Continue Reading →

Insecurity: Nature’s Cover-All

Fear is one of the greatest enemies of deep, meaningful and developing relationships between human beings and it manifests itself in a number of ways. When we're afraid in dangerous situations, we instinctively do things to protect ourselves and the parts of us that will feel the most pain. We either become defensive or we... Continue Reading →

Wounds from a Friend

Continuing on the theme of people in the Church being real with each other, I'd like to bring up another issue that I've noticed in myself that keeps me from growing and perhaps someone else will be able to relate.      I'm finding that if someone challenges me on something I do or say,... Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Brag on the Bride of Christ

This is a big deal for Christians in the age of opinion-empowering social media!

The Centrality and Supremacy of Jesus Christ

The church is not perfect. Never has been. Never will be. Not in this life.

That’s why I’m not surprised when folks go through a period of disillusionment with the church, even reveling in bitterness and cynicism. I’ve written two popular posts on this here and here.

As I’ve written before, experiencing a season of cynicism can actually bring forth a renewed vision of the church and a deeper commitment to the gospel if we are willing to let the Spirit transform our hearts. I’ve been there.

Are you upset at the hypocrisy and nominalism in the church? Are you tired of judgmental Christians who look more like the Pharisees than the Messiah from Nazareth? Fed up? Angry? Cynical? I get it. I really do.

So if this describes you, please allow me to speak very candidly.

I understand the cyclone of cynicism has blown through your life. But hear me… please. There is simply no excuse for isolating yourself from the saints and making yourself…

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Hurting and Healing – Part 1

[I use a lot of parallel examples in this post so to avoid confusion, let me please clarify that I'm not talking about miraculous physical healing but emotional healing that is led by the Holy Spirit] Even though there is so much to celebrate, so much to be thankful for and so much to enjoy,... Continue Reading →

Hurting and Healing – Part 2

[I use a lot of parallel examples in this post so, to avoid confusion, let me please clarify that I'm not talking about miraculous physical healing but emotional healing that is led by the Holy Spirit] You DEFINITELY need to read Part 1 first... Knowing our problems is not the same as no longer having them.  Sometimes... Continue Reading →


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