Pray For Nepal

In October 2014, I was scheduled to be in Kathmandu, Nepal for a gospel meeting. Everything was set for an awesome outpouring of the Holy Spirit but for some reason, last minute, a schedule change meant I could not be there. This change created an insatiable hunger to be back with my brothers and sisters in Nepal to share the gospel and help out in 2015. And so imagine how […]

By |April 28th, 2015|Evangelism|

Creating By Managing

I lost my fiance last month and my god-sister in days of each other. They were the two closest people in my life. I didn’t know how to go on but God has carried me through the one thing I thought I couldn’t make it through. I feel God ministering and upholding my heart in his hands and his grace keeps me in ways like I don’t know. I thank […]

By |April 22nd, 2015|Teaching|

Don’t Buy Potential, Buy As Is

The windshield was oily, making it difficult to see out through the night as I sped through the Canadian countryside. The rhythmic sound of the wiper coupled with the car stereo going at full blast formed an eclectic melody. “Whish Whash Boom!” I had driven 533 miles over 9 hours just to witness the wedding of a dear friend, a good man, Sebastian. To grasp the significance of this, you […]

By |April 15th, 2015|Advice|

An Increased Capacity to Influence

 I recently met a gentleman for lunch and he told me a fascinating story. Let me share it with you. Croydon (not his real name), had the perfect life. Everything he had wanted to be as a child, he was. He had married his Bible College sweetheart. Their 19 years of fruitful marriage produced 3 handsome and healthy boys. He was ordained as a youth pastor, his dream job. Better […]

By |April 1st, 2015|Christian living|

You Are Healed

The winter was brutal with ice and freezing cold hovering all over the Indianapolis skyline. I was owing 3 months of rent. School was out of session and so I could not sneak into the cafeteria for a hot meal. Yes, I used to sneak in through the back door since I could not afford the $5.50 meal charge. Many times I got caught and sent away to face a […]

By |March 25th, 2015|Healing|

Let Them Come

Fallen leaves and dew overlaid the grass. The weather was not too hot nor cold. Just a perfect fall Sunday. My roommate John, mentioned he had been invited to Church. I asked him if I could come along. He agreed. Though a Christian, I hadn’t been to Church in the four weeks since I arrived Indianapolis. We attended Grace Evangelical Church that day. There I […]

By |March 3rd, 2015|Compassion|

The Master Orchestrator

orchestrate: – to arrange or manipulate, especially by means of clever or thorough planning or maneuvering:

I had the pleasure of meeting legendary investor, Warren Buffett years ago in Omaha, Nebraska. Along with several other students, I came to him for wisdom on how to pick stocks and be successful. But the advice he gave us was to not “miss it” when it became time to choose […]

By |February 18th, 2015|Teaching|