Insights for My Black Brothers

First, let me say that I realize we are men first created in GOD’s image, and then we have our tribal and national ethnicities. To be more correct, we are men that are Black and not Black men, if you can hear me. I also realize that “Black” is just a man contrived social designation... Continue Reading →

Seeking the Greater Glory

I have a strong desire to see the Church model unity for the world. When I say unity, I am referring to the unity spoken of by Christ and his first disciples. Here are a few scriptures that speak to the vision of unity. This was the prayer Christ lifted up shortly before His crucifixion... Continue Reading →

Humbly Accepting Our Interdependence

What does it mean to be your brother’s keeper or your sister’s keeper? The word “keep” is synonymous with preserve. The ways of love are meant to preserve us all, and GOD is love. The ways of GOD are referred to in scripture as a holy salt because historically salt has been used as a... Continue Reading →

Sight for the blind guides

Christ called the Pharisees blind guides because they esteemed the gold in the temple above the temple itself, not understanding that it is the temple which sanctified the gold. This level of blindness is still present today among those who call themselves guides today. Christians are called to be moral guides today however they suffer... Continue Reading →

Trust Is the Stamina of Love

The rarest and most precious element in the world is and has always been trust. When Satan stole trust in the garden of Eden, he knew that he had made it nearly impossible for mankind to have fruitful and fulfilling relationships. The world instantly became a poorer place. Healthy relationships are what facilitate the necessities... Continue Reading →

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